EAS 43200 (Spring 2014)
Lab 2
Volume Visualization of Scalar and Vector Fields
Huan Fang
Introduction: The Goal of this lab is to learn to visualize three-dimensional
scalar or vector volume data. Volume visualization is the creation of graphical
represen

EAS 43200
Spring 2014
Lab 1
Getting Started with MATLAB
Huan Fang
Instructions: Complete the following steps and prepare a lab report. Please organize your
report by including your name, the lab number, the date, and number your responses
consistent with

EAS 43200 (Spring 2014)
Lab 3
Div, Grad, and Curl
Huan Fang
Introduction: In this Lab, we learn to calculate div, grad, and curl in MatLab and create simple
vector plots to visualize results.
Lab Exercise:
1) Please calculate and visualize the curl and di

EAS 43200 Spring 2014
Lab 4
Coriolis Force and Angular Momentum Oscillations
Huan Fang
Lab Exercises:
1.
This exercise investigates the role of the curvature terms for high-latitude constant
angular momentum trajectories. The path followed by a particular

EAPS 532 Spring 2014
Homework #3
Due April 3, 2014
1. A body emits radiation with the following idealized spectrum of monochromatic flux:
< 0.35 m,
0.35 m < < 0.50 m,
0.50 m < < 0.70 m,
0.70 m < < 1.00 m,
> 1.00 m,
F = 0
F = 1.0 Wm2m1
F = 0.5 Wm2m1
F =

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EAS 532 Spring 2013
Homework #1
Due Feb 6
1.
Record at least 8 observations (that is, 8 observations taken at different hours, on the
same or different days) of ice crystal types occurring in West Lafayette. List the time,
location and habit accor

EAPS 532 Atmospheric Physics I, Spring 2014
HAMP 4251, T Th 1:30-2:45
Instructor/TA:
Professor Sonia Lasher-Trapp/ Mr. Brian Murphy
Offices:
HAMP 4259A (SLT); HAMP 4167 (TA)
Telephone:
496-2866
E-mail:
slasher@purdue.edu, bmurphy@purdue.edu
TA Office Hour

EAPS 532 IPCC Term Paper
Spring 2014
GEOENGINEERING FOR WEATHER OR CLIMATE MODIFICATION
Weather modification has a long history in the U.S. and worldwide. Past foci have been upon
encouraging rainfall or snowfall in water-deprived areas, clearing fog at a

EAPS 532 Spring 2014
Homework #2
Due Feb 25, 2014
1. From your textbook, answer problems 6.8 (a), (h), (o), (s), (u), (ee), and (ff), (ii), using
complete sentences and concise, coherent explanations.
2. Calculate the time required for an ice crystal, whi

EAPS 532 Mid-term Study Guide
Spring 2014
STUDY HINTS:
A list of all equations provided on a sheet of the exam know how to use them!
Look at every figure you were given (and those in book), and know trends. Have a sense
for typical values, and for units

SOME USEFUL EQUATIONS
d = sin d d
F
1
R2
sp
2
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max =
T
I=
I d
=
1
2
= So R e
c
F =
2
F=
I
cos d d
I
cos d
2
B (T ) =
1 2
c1
5 (ec2 T 1)
2 2 /2
F=
I (, ) cos sin d d d dA
A 1 =0 =0
=
=
(
F emitted
)
F = T4
T 4
=
I ( emitted )
B (T )
I (absor

EAPS 532 Final Exam Study Guide
Spring 2014
STUDY HINTS:
All equations and constants will be providedknow how to use them!
Look at every figure you were given (and those in book), and know trends. Have a sense
for typical values, and for units.
Look at