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Oct.  1985

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A NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION ON THE INTERACTION OF TURBULENT AND LONG-WAVE RADIATIVE FLUXES IN THE SURFACE LAYER


doi: 10.1007/BF02678750

  • The interaction of turbulent and radiative transfer applied to a number of plausible atmospheric situations in the surface layer under the stably stratified condition is discussed.The calculated results show that the long-wave radiative flux has a great influence upon the thermal structure of the surface layer, and that it usually acts in such a way as to weaken the thickness of the constant turbulent heat flux layer. In the case of low wind velocities and strongly stable stratifications, the thickness of the turbulent heat flux layer will become very thin and/or inexistent.
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A NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION ON THE INTERACTION OF TURBULENT AND LONG-WAVE RADIATIVE FLUXES IN THE SURFACE LAYER

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Abstract: The interaction of turbulent and radiative transfer applied to a number of plausible atmospheric situations in the surface layer under the stably stratified condition is discussed.The calculated results show that the long-wave radiative flux has a great influence upon the thermal structure of the surface layer, and that it usually acts in such a way as to weaken the thickness of the constant turbulent heat flux layer. In the case of low wind velocities and strongly stable stratifications, the thickness of the turbulent heat flux layer will become very thin and/or inexistent.

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