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Heusinkveld, Vincent (author)
Wind machines are used to prevent or mitigate the adverse effects of night frost in spring. These frost events occur during clear-sky, low-wind nights in which a thermal inversion builds up from the surface. The machines work by mixing and transporting warm air from aloft downward which consequently erodes the thermal inversion. Various studies...
master thesis 2019
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van Hove, Alouette (author)
Accurate measurement of emissions (i.e. volume flow rate multiplied by concentration) is vital to the control and reduction of air pollution. We quantify the uncertainty of flow measurements by S-type pitot tubes in narrow exhaust stacks (diameter < 0.5 m) in support of recent European Union (EU) regulations for emissions from medium-size...
master thesis 2018
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van Tiggelen, Maurice (author)
This report proposes improvements of the land surface model (LSM) used in the turbulence-resolving Dutch Atmospheric Large-Eddy Simulation model (DALES). Important changes include the inīŦltration of precipitation, the parametrization of the soil hydraulic functions and the formulation of the soil water extraction by vegetation roots. The...
master thesis 2018
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Caljouw, Cindy (author)
The coarse grid of numerical weather prediction and climate models requires parametrization models to resolve atmospheric processes that are smaller than the grid size. For parametrization development, these processes are simulated by a high resolution model. At the Royal Netherlands Meteorological<br/>Institute, the Dutch Atmospheric Large-Eddy...
master thesis 2017
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