Accession Number : ADA293963
Title : Monte Carlo Code for Evaluating the Boundary Layer Illumination and Radiation Balance Model (BLIRB).
Corporate Author : BATTELLE MEMORIAL INST COLUMBUS OH
Personal Author(s) : Wells, Michael B.
PDF Url : ADA293963
Report Date : JAN 1995
Pagination or Media Count : 92
Abstract : The AGGIE Monte Carlo code was modified by providing an output file giving information on the location and direction of motion for each source photon and collided photon during a run. The CUBCLD1 code was developed to analyze the collision file to determine the polar and azimuthal angle distribution of the photons escaping from each side of a box-shaped cloud. The AGGIE code was modified to evaluate hemispheric emission from a box-shaped cloud. The modified code was used to provide calculational data for both a sunlight source and ground and cloud emission. The results were compared to data reported by McKee and Cox; Harshvardhan, Weinmann, and Davies; and Zardecki. The comparison shows that AGGIE is capable of providing accurate radiation transport data used for validating the BLIRB code. jg
Descriptors : *RADIATION, *BOUNDARY LAYER, *ILLUMINATION, *MONTE CARLO METHOD, *PHOTONS, TEST AND EVALUATION, FILES(RECORDS), DATA PROCESSING, OUTPUT, ANGLES, GROUND LEVEL, EMISSION, CLOUDS, MODELS, DISTRIBUTION, SHAPE, MOTION, RADIATIVE TRANSFER, BOXES, CODING, TRANSPORT, BALANCE, STATISTICAL ANALYSIS, AZIMUTH, HEMISPHERES, COLLISIONS, SUNLIGHT.
Subject Categories : Atmospheric Physics
Statistics and Probability
Nuclear Physics & Elementary Particle Physics
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE