Atmosphere Simulation

Coriolis Effect

Coriolis Effect

Coriolis effect The French mathematician Coriolis first explained that the direction of fluid movement on the Earth’s surface is slightly warped. You can observe this effect in all spinning places like Earth.…
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Weather fronts

Weather front and temperate cyclone

You can drag the screen to rotate it. temperate cyclone (also known as Extra-tropical cyclone) The temperate zone is where the cold air mass in the north meets the warm air mass…
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Atmosphere

Atmosphere

Altitude-temperature data is based on ISA(International Standard Atmosphere). Values ​​other than the data were obtained using spline interpolation. Altitude(km) Air Temperature(℃) 0 15 4 -11 8 -37 12 -56.5 20 -56.5 30…
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The Air Pressure and Wind

The Air Pressure and Wind

If you fill the Coriolis effect 100%, the actual wind on the surface of Earth will appear. High atmospheric pressure and low atmospheric pressure The cause of wind blowing is the difference…
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Sea Breeze and Land Breeze

Sea and Land Breeze

Sea and Land Breeze Sea and Land Breeze is a wind that changes its wind direction every day in coastal areas. During the day, a sea breeze blows from the sea to…
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Equilibrium

Equilibrium

Radiation Places near the stove feel warmer than places far away. This is due to the direct transfer of heat from the stove without the movement of matter. This direct transfer of…
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Torricelli’s Experiment

Torricelli’s Experiment

* You have to wear gloves when handling mercury. Torricelli’s Experiment The first person to measure the magnitude of air pressure is Italian scientist Toricelli. He was filled with mercury (Hg) in…
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Galileo’s Pump Problem

Galileo’s Pump Problem

Galileo’s Pump Problem A duke living in Tuscany, Italy, in the 17th century, installed a well in the courtyard of the palace. But, duke saw the pump fail to pull water up.…
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압력과 면적의 관계 Pressure and Pressing Area

Pressure and Pressing Area

Pressure is defined as force per unit area. It is usually more convenient to use pressure rather than force to describe the influences upon fluid behavior. The standard unit for pressure is…
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Equilibrium of Radiation

Equilibrium of Radiation

Radiation Places near the stove feel warmer than places far away. This is due to the direct transfer of heat from the stove without the movement of matter. This direct transfer of…
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Where did dew come from?

Where did dew come from?

Could the cup’s water leak out? From the conclusion, the water on the surface of the cup is derived from the air. In very dry desert, dew does not occur. If you…
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Graph of Saturated Vapor

Graph of Saturated Vapor 2

Water vapor in the air Liquid water can evaporate and turn into water vapor in the air. Conversely, water vapor in the air may turn back into water. Some are very dry,…
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