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Higher Order Horizontal Discretization of Euler-Equations in a Non-Hydrostatic NWP and RCM Model

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Higher Order Horizontal Discretization of Euler-Equations in a Non-Hydrostatic NWP and RCM Model

Jack Ogaja (Author)

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ISBN-13 (Hard Copy) 9783736992948
ISBN-13 (eBook) 9783736982949
Language English
Page Number 154
Lamination of Cover glossy
Edition 1. Aufl.
Publication Place Göttingen
Place of Dissertation Cottbus
Publication Date 2016-08-31
General Categorization Dissertation
Departments Mathematics
Theoretical physics (including physics of oscillation and waves)
Geophysical science
Meteorology, climatology and aeronomy
Engineering
Technical mechanics
Keywords Higher Order Discretization, Conservative Schemes, Euler Equations, Advection Schemes, Alias Error, Linear Stability Analysis, Compressible Equations, Kinetic Energy Spectrum, Non-hydrostatic Models, Effective Resolution, NWP, Climate Models, Geophysical Modeling
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Extreme weather and climate conditions remain a threat to everyday human life. Understanding the atmospheric processes leading to extreme conditions with devastating effects on human lives have become top priority for climate scientists and weather forecasters. Scientists and forecasters require the right tools to be able to reliably forecast and predict the extreme weather and climate events. The challenge in this endeavour lies in the fact that the evolution and movement in space of the atmospheric processes leading to these conditions need to be understood more within a short time scale of a few hours and at local and regional scales of about 1km. This publication explores the potential of advanced numerical methods applied in state-of-the-art NWP and Climate models in improving weather forecasting and climate prediction.