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    Title: A numerical study of precipitation characteristics over Taiwan island during the winter season
    Authors: Chen,CS;Huang,JM
    Contributors: 大氣物理研究所
    Keywords: FROUDE-NUMBER FLOW;PAST 3-DIMENSIONAL OBSTACLES;AIR-FLOW;HEAVY RAINFALL;TAMEX;CIRCULATION;SIMULATION;MOUNTAINS;DYNAMICS;SYSTEM
    Date: 1999
    Issue Date: 2010-06-29 18:36:30 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 中央大學
    Abstract: Two-thirds of the land mass of Taiwan island is mountainous, which affects the airflow and precipitation systems over the island. In this study, we discuss the characteristics of precipitation systems when the prevailing wind direction is from the north-east during winter. Observations indicate that rainfall amounts were higher in northeastern Taiwan (the upstream side of the mountains) and that a rainfall shadow occurred in southwestern Taiwan. Simulation results from a non-hydrostatic model indicate that airflow was deflected in eastern Taiwan, while relatively high (low) pressure areas formed in eastern (western) Taiwan. A higher mixing ratio of rainfall occurred over northeastern Taiwan while lighter rainfall occurred in the eastern, and northwestern areas and the southern tip of Taiwan. This was consistent with the observational data except for the southern tip of Taiwan. Uplift due to the topography near the mountainous areas, as well as low level convergence near the coastal areas (due to the deceleration of an easterly wind in northeastern Taiwan), helped form the mixing ratio of rain. Transportation of the mixing ratio of rainfall, due to low level westward flow and upper level eastward flow, caused it to cover a larger area. The mixing ratio of rainfall formed in the upper mountainous areas in northeastern Taiwan if the upstream moisture content was reduced significantly. A temperature inversion at low levels resulted in a decrease in relative humidity and an increase in stability, requiring that the mixing ratio of rainfall should develop closer to the mountainous areas. If a low level wind blew parallel to the orientation of the mountains (NNE-SSW), a higher mixing ratio of rainfall could occur in the mountainous areas of western Taiwan.
    Relation: METEOROLOGY AND ATMOSPHERIC PHYSICS
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