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Improving the Vorticity-Streamfunction Method to Solve Two-Dimensional Anelastic and Nonhydrostatic Model


doi: 10.1007/BF02666551

  • The potential temperature vorticity has been introduced to polish the (momentum) vorticity-streamfunction method for solving the two-dimensional and nonhydrostatic model with much accuracy but not many increments of computation. The three-step procedure introduced in the present paper can be used to solve both shallow and deep dynamic models.
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Manuscript received: 10 April 1994
Manuscript revised: 10 April 1994
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Improving the Vorticity-Streamfunction Method to Solve Two-Dimensional Anelastic and Nonhydrostatic Model

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Abstract: The potential temperature vorticity has been introduced to polish the (momentum) vorticity-streamfunction method for solving the two-dimensional and nonhydrostatic model with much accuracy but not many increments of computation. The three-step procedure introduced in the present paper can be used to solve both shallow and deep dynamic models.

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