publication . Article . 1985

A Theoretical Study of the Wet Removal of Atmospheric Pollutants. Part I: The Redistribution of Aerosol Particles Captured through Nucleation and Impaction Scavenging by Growing Cloud Drops

Andrea I. Flossmann; William D. Hall; Hans R. Pruppacher;
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  • Published: 01 Mar 1985 Journal: Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, volume 42, pages 583-606 (issn: 0022-4928, eissn: 1520-0469, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: American Meteorological Society
We examine the rotation and propagation of the supercell-like convection produced by our three-dimensional cloud model. The rotation in the supercell is studied in terms of the conservation of equivalent potential vorticity and V. Bjerknes' first circulation theorem; neither of these have been used previously in this connection, and we find that they significantly contribute to the current level of understanding in this area. Using these we amplify the findings of our previous work in which we found that the source of midlevel rotation is the horizontally oriented vorticity associated with the environmental shear, while the low-level rotation derives from the ba...
arXiv: Physics::Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics
free text keywords: Institut für Physik der Atmosphäre, [SDU.OCEAN]Sciences of the Universe [physics]/Ocean, Atmosphere, Dispersion (chemistry), Environmental science, Aerosol impaction, Scavenging, Precipitation, Nucleation, Meteorology, Aerosol, Atmospheric sciences, Condensation, Deposition (aerosol physics), Hook echo, Tornadogenesis, Baroclinity, Geometry, Vorticity, Physics, Potential vorticity, Mesovortices, Supercell, Mesocyclone
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