Time to go over to our Kwon Soa at the weather center for the latest forecast Hello Soa, happy Friday Happy Friday to you too, guys Today we had some very sudden showers here in Seoul that PASSED through just as fast as they CAME. Yes, and we had pretty FREQUENT rain this whole week.
Hello, this is Steve Regan of the Modeling of Watershed Systems project. This presentation describes summary output modules in PRMS-IV. There are four summary modules, the basin_sum module, which is always active and three optional modules—map_results, nhru_summary, and subbasin. The basin_sum module writes a set of basin HRU area-weighted average values to the model output
We present the first realistic physically based real-time weather design tool for use in urban procedural modeling. We merge the designing of 3D models with weather simulation. Using the same a scale version of Navier–Stokes equations used in the state of the art weather models, we present a novel simplified weather model for urban areas.
Do you know how a mixture behaves during evaporation? Hi, everybody, this is Pablo again. Maybe you have some difficulties understanding the liquid mixtures. Don’t worry, I’ll try to explain it you. Hi Pablo. Yes, in our last video, I was able to understand how pure components behave. However, I guess that’s gonna become more
Hello there! This is 4th iteration of my evaporation cooler called “Not_a_Bong_Cooling” How does it work? Evaporation cools the water. Water cools the components via ordinary water cooling pump, blocks, and tubing. Contrary to Bong Cooling, water flows from tiny heights, and doesn’t generate noise.* And it’s so effective it does not need any fans.
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