moist-adiabatic lapse rate


moist-adiabatic lapse rate
влажно-адиабатический градиент

Англо-русский словарь технических терминов. 2005.

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  • moist adiabatic rate — The rate of cooling of ascending saturated air. It is approximately 1.5°C/1000 ft but may reduce to as little as 1°C/1000 ft in the warm saturated tropical regions and may exceed 2°C/1000 ft when the temperature of the air falls below the… …   Aviation dictionary

  • pseudolapse rate — The rate of cooling of ascending saturated air. It is approximately 1.5°C/1000 ft but may reduce to as little as 1°C/1000 ft in the warm saturated tropical regions. It may exceed 2°C/1000 ft when the temperature of the air falls below the… …   Aviation dictionary

  • Convective instability — For a more general discussion of the same phenomenon, see Convective available potential energy. This article incorporates public domain text created by the US government. In meteorology, convective instability or stability of an airmass refers… …   Wikipedia

  • Level of free convection — The level of free convection (LFC) is the altitude in the atmosphere where the temperature of the environment decreases faster than the moist adiabatic lapse rate of a saturated air parcel at the same level.The usual way of finding the LFC is to… …   Wikipedia

  • Equivalent potential temperature — Equivalent potential temperature, commonly referred to as Theta e left( heta e ight), is a quantity related to the stability of a column of air in the atmosphere. heta e is the temperature a parcel of air would reach if all the water vapor in the …   Wikipedia

  • Microburst — Illustration of a microburst. Note the downward motion of the air until it hits ground level. It then spreads outward in all directions. The wind regime in a microburst is opposite to that of a tornado …   Wikipedia

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  • Thermodynamic diagrams — are diagrams used by scientists and engineers to represent the thermodynamic states of a material (typically fluid) and the consequences of manipulating this material. For instance, a temperature entropy diagram (T s diagram) may be used to… …   Wikipedia

  • atmosphere — atmosphereless, adj. /at meuhs fear /, n., v., atmosphered, atmosphering. n. 1. the gaseous envelope surrounding the earth; the air. 2. this medium at a given place. 3. Astron. the gaseous envelope surrounding a heavenly body. 4. Chem. any… …   Universalium


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