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the strong, localized heat and gaseous fluxes occurring near the vent, over the lava flow, and at the lava–sea interface. ... models that rely on these observations. ... Acknowledgments: Computer resources were provided by CINES (Centre Informatique National de l'Enseignement Supérieur) and Météo-France. ...doi:10.3390/atmos12040507 fatcat:sqz33eaffjgv5mc2cijope4cii
This review paper presents simulations and experiments of hypothetical prescribed burns with a suite of selected fire behavior and smoke models and identifies major issues for model improvement and the ... The results are used to understand the new and improved capability required for the next-generation SRF systems and to support the design of the Fire and Smoke Model Evaluation Experiment (FASMEE) and ... Acknowledgements This research was an effort from the FASMEE project supported by the Joint Fire Science Program (JFSP) Projects nos 15-S-01-01, 16-4-05-1, 16-4-05-2, 16-4-05-3, 16-4-05-4 and US Department ...doi:10.1071/wf18204 pmid:32632343 pmcid:PMC7336523 fatcat:lf44z474jred5mk2janjl5ubi4
The workshop was organized around four main topical areas and corresponding breakout groups, including operational rate-of-spread models for wildfire spread, CFD models, wildfire data, and data assimilation ... The objectives of the WIFIRE workshop were: (1) to identify technical barriers and milestones that need to be overcome in order to develop validated data-driven wildfire spread models and make them operational ... Also, some existing data are not made public and the development of an open-source repository is needed. ...doi:10.13016/m2z70r fatcat:6jv7kbtmcnc43gz4ggwbn4qliu
This thesis makes contributions on two fronts: (i) it demonstrates the feasibility of using coupled fire-atmosphere large-eddy simulations to model wildfire smoke dynamics to produce "synthetic" plume ... key input into regional and global chemical transport models. ... Conclusions Modelling plume rise from wildfires is a complex challenge that lies at the interface of fluid dynamics, atmospheric physics and fire behavior science. ...doi:10.14288/1.0395299 fatcat:sup5ot36pneq3h66wbdqbpplkm