tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-382936031591566618.post5749222619004761014..comments2017-08-14T11:15:37.611-07:00Comments on An Introduction to Dynamic Meteorology: ErrataGreg Hakimnoreply@blogger.comBlogger7125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-382936031591566618.post-58934351886002656562017-08-14T11:15:37.611-07:002017-08-14T11:15:37.611-07:00In the fourth line of the last paragraph on page 4...In the fourth line of the last paragraph on page 41, should it be 1.33 and 1.34 equations instead of 1.31 equation?Eugenio Cillahttps://www.blogger.com/profile/01962165198871210543noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-382936031591566618.post-80560581992161610822017-01-30T00:08:04.846-08:002017-01-30T00:08:04.846-08:00Very nice information. We offer the best and low c...Very nice information. We offer the best and low cost <a href="https://goo.gl/EjQbVO" rel="nofollow"> Evolutionary analysis- 5th edition </a> to the client. For more details visit our website.Selena Wilsonhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/01247619367680790160noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-382936031591566618.post-50849076744242669632016-09-12T10:42:02.574-07:002016-09-12T10:42:02.574-07:00Thank you for your clarification.Thank you for your clarification.Eugenio Cillahttps://www.blogger.com/profile/01962165198871210543noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-382936031591566618.post-86736093249054332272016-09-02T06:33:43.567-07:002016-09-02T06:33:43.567-07:00Hi Greg, could you explain me something regarding ...Hi Greg, could you explain me something regarding the exercise 7.1 from the 5th edition? I saw the solution from the instructor's manual and there it says that the e1 amplification time is just 1/alfa, but I was expecting that it woulb be e*(1/alfa). If I'm wrong, could explain it to me, please? Thank you.Éder Paulo Vendrascohttps://www.blogger.com/profile/13188862516530595779noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-382936031591566618.post-34711949594029346662016-08-30T14:26:23.217-07:002016-08-30T14:26:23.217-07:00Eugenio,
In general, the magnitude of the angular...Eugenio,<br /><br />In general, the magnitude of the angular momentum is RV, where R is the distance from the axis of rotation and V is the magnitude of the linear momentum vector. For the cases considered in section 3.2.5, R represents the distance from the center of the cyclone or anticyclone. There are two contributions to the angular momentum: (1) the wind field, RV, and (2) the Earth's rotation. For (2), the contribution to linear momentum is \omega\sin\phi R, where \omega is the planetary rotation rate and \phi is the latitude. In terms of the Coriolis parameter, f = 2\omega\sin\phi, that means (2) contributes fR^2/2 to the angular momentum. <br /><br />-Greg HakimGreg Hakimhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/01686089181719411052noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-382936031591566618.post-60571766015743622692016-08-30T07:49:23.284-07:002016-08-30T07:49:23.284-07:00Great book. I am studying it and have a query.
On ...Great book. I am studying it and have a query.<br />On page 77, How VR+fR²/ 2 expression for the absolute angular momentum about the axis of rotation for the circularly symmetric motions can be deduced?<br />Which is the axis of rotation (Earth's axis of rotation)? And, does R refer to high's or low's radius of curvaure or the distance to the Earth's axis of rotation?Eugenio Cillahttps://www.blogger.com/profile/01962165198871210543noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-382936031591566618.post-52297004970525330272013-03-01T08:06:18.407-08:002013-03-01T08:06:18.407-08:00Great article, I am very happy to visit this site....Great article, I am very happy to visit <a href="http://www.customwritings.ws/" rel="nofollow">this site</a>. I more hope you will publish new topics for us.Monirul Hasanhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/18011671053596017234noreply@blogger.com