Accession Number : AD0660981
Title : CERTAIN METHODS OF DETERMINING THE COEFFICIENT OF HORIZONTAL TURBULENT DIFFUSION,
Corporate Author : WEATHER BUREAU WASHINGTON D C
Personal Author(s) : Tseitin,G. Kh.
Report Date : JAN 1961
Pagination or Media Count : 6
Abstract : In previous references problems concerning the transformation of air masses over limited underlying surfaces were theoretically analyzed with a consideration of the horizontal, or more precisely the lateral (in a direction normal to the wind) turbulent diffusion. The coefficient of lateral diffusion was assumed to be proportional to the wind speed k sub y = au, where a- is a certain constant having a dimension of length. This report considers other experimental methods of determining the coefficient of horizontal turbulent diffusion (more precisely of parameter, a), based on measurements of standard meteorological elements such as evaporation, heat fluxes, humidity, temperature, et cetera.
Descriptors : (*DIFFUSION, AIR MASS ANALYSIS), HUMIDITY, TURBULENCE, WIND, EVAPORATION, ATMOSPHERIC TEMPERATURE, USSR
Subject Categories : Meteorology
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE