446_01c_hw3_4

# 446_01c_hw3_4 - Metr 446 Homework 3 and 4 Due Friday...

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Metr 446 Homework # 3 and 4 Due Friday, October 5 1) Calculate the minimum cloud height necessary for a 5 µ m droplet introduced into the base of the cloud to reach sufficient size to fall back out of the cloud as a precipitation drop. Also calculate the size of the drop as it exits from the base of the cloud. Assume unit collection efficiency, negligible fall speed of the small cloud droplets collected, an updraft velocity within the cloud of 3 m/s, a temperature of 273 K, a supersaturation of 0.15%, and a constant liquid water density ( ρ d ) of 1 g/m 3 . Do not neglect the influence of condensational warming on condensational growth. ) ( ) ( ., . 3 2 2 2 + = T R e DL r e e T DR dt dr use
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• Spring '07
• Brooks
• Surface tension, #, small cloud droplets, minimum cloud height

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