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- z direction (not depend on y)
- xz direction (not depend on y)
- y direction (not depend on x)
- z direction (not depend on x)
- yz direction (not depend on x)

Cold bubble experiment of Skamarock and Klemp (1989).

Warm bubble experiment of Skamarock and Klemp (1989).

The pseudo-reproduction of Scamarock and Klemp (1994).

- dx = dz = 1000 m, with sponge layer.
- dx = dz = 1000 m, without sponge layer.
- dx = 1000 m, dz = 500 m, without sponge layer, and initial zonal velocity is 20 m per sec

With the setting of Hueso and Sanchez-Lavega (2001).

- Re-calculation of Nakajima (1994) (1)
- Re-calculation of Nakajima (1994) (2)
- Use new source code (20061019)

All of the test runs of deepconv/arare4.

Deepconv Development Group:

- 2007/07/13 (Ko-ichiro Sugiyama)

- Re-calculation of Nakajima (1994) (1)
- Re-calculation of Nakajima (1994) (2)
- Use new source code (20061019)

- Re-calculation of Nakajima et al. (2000) (1)
- Use Kessler (1969) cloud parameterization.
- Fluxes at lower boundary is specified by bulk formula.
- Body cooling (-1 K/day) is introduced between 90 and 170 km height.

- Re-calculation of Nakajima et al. (2000) (1, movie)
- Re-calculation of Nakajima et al. (2000) (2)
- Use Kessler (1969) cloud parameterization.
- Fluxes at lower boundary is specified by bulk formula.
- Body cooling (-1 K/day) is introduced between 90 and 175 km height.

- Jupiter's cloud convection (1)
- Use Kessler (1969) cloud parameterization.
- Fluxes at lower boundary is specified by bulk formula.
- Body cooling (-1 K/day) is introduced between 90 and 175 km height.

- Jupiter's cloud convection (1, movie)
- Jupiter's cloud convection (2)
- Use Kessler (1969) cloud parameterization.
- Heat fluxes at lower boundary is specified by bulk formula.
- Mixing ratios of condensation component are fixed at lower boundary.
- Body cooling (-1 K/day) is introduced between 90 and 175 km height.

- Jupiter's cloud convection (3)
- Use Kessler (1969) cloud parameterization.
- Fluxes at lower boundary is specified by bulk formula.
- Body cooling (-1 K/day) is introduced between 90 and 175 km height.

- Jupiter's cloud convection (4)
- Use Kessler (1969) cloud parameterization.
- Heat fluxes at lower boundary is specified by bulk formula.
- Mixing ratios of condensation component are fixed at lower boundary.
- Body cooling (-1 K/day) is introduced between 90 and 175 km height.
- Buoyancy is evaluated by using temperature deviation from horizontal mean temperature.

dcmodel Development Group / GFD Dennou Staff

Last Updated: 2007/07/13, Since: 2007/07/13