On the numerical solution of diabatic quasi-geostrophic Omega equation
The quasi-geostrophic omega equation has been numerically solved to get the vertical velocity distribution in a typical westerly disturbance. The effects of sensible heat and latent heat of condensation are also for a 4-layer model. The computations were performed on HITAC 5020.
The numerically obtained vertical velocity field is in good agreement with the observed weather pattern associated with the middle latitude large-scale disturbance, i.e., ascending motion in front of the trough and downward motion in the rear of the trough.
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