Meteorology for Air Pollution Control Engineers3

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1 n The distribution of heat results from warm air rising at  the heat source and cold air sinking where the  surroundings are coldest. n In the room, heating can be accomplished by one simple  circulatory cell, illustrated in Fig. 5.1 (next slide).
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3 n However, because the atmosphere is quite thin relative to 
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Unformatted text preview: its width, that flow is mechanically unstable and breaks up into subcells. n Any odd number (but not an even number) of such cells could exist in each hemisphere; on the earth there are normally three cells in each (Fig. 5.2, next slide)....
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