vertical velocity 
Vertical velocity of mantle flow of East Asia and adjacent areas


Some important results and understandings are gained from the images of the vertical velocity of mantle flow for East Asia and the West Pacific.


It is shown that the vertical velocity component is small and the motion in the jet has a layered structure.


It is shown that for relatively large steadystate flow velocities and at certain fluid depth ratios the vertical velocity profile is nonlinear.


The solutions of the problem for the stream function (or the vertical velocity component) and the temperature are represented in the form of double or triple Fourier series.


The vertical velocity distributions are plotted in several crosssections at different distances from the vortex axis.


The obtained numerical solutions are compared with available experimental data on the profiles of vertical velocity and buoyancy on the jet axis.


Results of laboratory experimental studies of the effect of turbulence on the vertical velocity of solid particles in water suspension are presented.


We found an exact solution to the model equation for the vertical velocity of the medium in such a wave.


Based on the derived spacetime dependence of the vertical velocity of the medium, we quantitatively explained one of the events recorded in the SOI/MDI experiment onboard the SOHO spacecraft that accompanied coronal mass ejection.


The extreme values of vertical velocity in this layer decrease by almost an order of magnitude as compared to analogous values calculated for the variant of data assimilation with a weak adjustment of fields.


The distribution of pressure along the wave with allowance for the vertical velocity shear and disturbances produced by eddies and a periodic deceleration of the viscous layer was calculated with the aid of the CauchyLagrange integral.


The influence of high vertical velocity gradients in the Black Sea Rim Current on the intensity of the vertical turbulent exchange is demonstrated on the basis of numerical modeling based on CTD data.


Mesoscale spectra of vertical velocity show some characteristics of gravity waves.


On the parameterization of the vertical velocity at the top of planetary boundary layer


In this paper, an equation of the vertical velocity at the top of PBL is derived by use of a PBL model which is based on an analytic and acutal form ofK.


Results show that the vertical velocity is a function of geostrophic vorticity, geostrophic wind speed, Coriolis parameter and the roughness of the ground, thus improving charneyEliassen's formula.


The order of magnitude of the vertical velocity computed from our equation is in aggreement with that from the latter, but more factors affecting the vertical velocity are included.


An example of a steady circular vortex is used to display the characteristics of the horizontal wind within the PBL and the vertical velocity at the top of the PBL.


Preliminary study on vertical velocity caused by katabatic wind in Antarctica and its influence on atmospheric circulation

