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The 178th R-CCS Cafe -part Ⅳ

The 178th R-CCS Cafe -part Ⅳ
Date and Time: Mon. Aug. 5, 2019, 16:00 - 16:55
Place: Lecture Hall (6th floor) at R-CCS

Title: Importance of turbulence process with cloud ~ Toward global large eddy simulation model ~
Speaker: Hirofumi Tomita (Team Leader, Computational Climate Science Research Team)

Presentation Language: English
Presentation Material: English

Abstract:Detail

In K computer era, the global cloud resolving model was established to some extent. Computational Climate Research Team aims now development of a next-generation climate model with super-high resolution, which explicitly resolves the phenomena, based on more principle theoretical modeling. In such model, a key process is expression of turbulence in rotating stratified fluid. Furthermore, it tightly interacts with cloud condensation. After brief introduction of the team aim, we give a talk about the past achievement and future plan, focusing on the turbulence modeling.