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Pletzer, Johannes (author)
At speeds roughly between five and ten thousand km/h, hypersonic aircraft offer the promise of an extremely fast means of transport. Growing concerns about climate warming, however, direct attention to sustainability. This thesis focuses on atmospheric composition and radiation changes by considering a range of individual hypersonic aircraft...
doctoral thesis 2024
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Kroese, Willem (author)
Cloud droplet number concentrations change due to perturbations in aerosol concentrations. The strength of this correlation covaries with meteorology. Using polarimetric aerosol estimates and MODIS-2 cloud retrievals we compute the interaction strength per meteorological regime, which we determined using clustering techniques on MERRA-2...
student report 2022
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Maruhashi, J. (author), Grewe, V. (author), Frömming, Christine (author), Jöckel, Patrick (author), Dedoussi, I.C. (author)
The resilient growth of air travel demands a comprehensive understanding of the climate effects from aviation emissions. The current level of knowledge of the environmental repercussions of CO2 emissions is considerably higher than that of non-CO2 emissions, which includes nitrogen oxides (NOx), sulfur oxides (SOx), other aerosols like black...
abstract 2022
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van Hooijdonk, I.G.S. (author), Clercx, Herman J.H. (author), Abraham, Carsten (author), Holdsworth, Amber M. (author), Monahan, Adam H. (author), Vignon, Etienne (author), Moene, Arnold F. (author), Baas, P. (author), van de Wiel, B.J.H. (author)
This study aims to find the typical growth rate of the temperature inversion during the onset of the stable boundary layer around sunset.The sunset transition is a very challenging period for numerical weather prediction, since neither accepted theories for the convective boundary layer nor those for the stable boundary layer appear to be...
journal article 2017
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