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Hsu, S.A. (1988) Coastal Meteorology. Academic Press, New York, 260 p.

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  • TITLE: Analytical Models for Hurricanes

    AUTHORS: Arkadii I. Leonov

    KEYWORDS: Hurricane, Aerodynamics, Adiabatic and Boundary Layers, Air-Sea Interaction

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Marine Science, Vol.4 No.3, July 31, 2014

    ABSTRACT: A two-layer theoretical model of hurricanes traveling (quasi-) steadily over open seas has been developed. The use of coherency concept allowed avoiding the common turbulent approximations, except a thin sub-layer near the air/sea interface. The model analytically describes 3D distributions of dynamic and thermodynamic variables in hurricanes and analyzes processes of evaporation and condensation. Using this modeling, the following fundamental problems were naturally resolved-change in the cyclonic/anti-cyclonic directions of hurricane rotation and the directions of radial wind in lower and upper parts of hurricane; increase in wind angular momentum in hurricane boundary layer; dramatic effect of ocean spray and its radial distribution; and a high increase in temperature at the upper region of boundary layer. Additionally, integral balances allowed expressing the governing parameters of field variables via two external parameters, the sailing wind and temperature of a warm air band, in which direction the hurricane travels. A rude model for the hurricane genesis and maturing has also been developed.