Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of project/subproj/wpm4


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Apr 11, 2017 1:26:01 PM (2 years ago)
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    17 The local temperature within a complex urban environment is determined by the specific site parameters as well as by the atmospheric conditions. In a surface energy budget model, these factors for soil, vegetation and atmosphere are combined, resulting in a specific surface temperature for a small urban area patch. Since surface temperature is a key element for urban climate, particular attention must be paid to the proper calculation for very different surfaces and soil properties. In this work package, a consistent surface energy budget model will be provided for the PALM-4U model that is suitable to calculate surface temperatures for bare soils, the wide variety of green surfaces, water bodies, and building façades. Within the framework of these investigations to calculate urban surface temperatures, special focus must be given on specific urban surfaces and undergrounds/substrates like lawns and ecoplasters (lawn paving blocks), paved roads and places, crashed rocks and gravel, trees including shadow, building design elements like green roof or green façade, and water bodies of variable depth.
     17The local temperature within a complex urban environment is determined by the specific site parameters as well as by the atmospheric conditions. In a surface energy budget model, these factors for soil, vegetation and atmosphere are combined, resulting in a specific surface temperature for a small urban area patch. Since surface temperature is a key element for urban climate, particular attention must be paid to the proper calculation for very different surfaces and soil properties. In this work package, a consistent surface energy budget model will be provided for PALM-4U that is suitable to calculate surface temperatures for bare soils, the wide variety of green surfaces, water bodies, and building façades. Within the framework of these investigations to calculate urban surface temperatures, special focus must be given on specific urban surfaces and undergrounds/substrates like lawns and ecoplasters (lawn paving blocks), paved roads and places, crashed rocks and gravel, trees including shadow, building design elements like green roof or green façade, and water bodies of variable depth.
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