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Laboratory investigation of electrical dissipation of warm fog

by Leslie Bruce Herman

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California .
Written in English

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  • Physics

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    In addition, the electric variations indicate the existence of processes in the transition time between clear weather and fog that are not yet understood. Thus an investigation of this atmospheric electric fog effect promises to increase our knowledge of the formation and dissipation of natural fogs.   I am not a weather expert, so I will answer this based on my understanding of chemistry. Fog is similar to clouds - simply a collection of small water droplets suspended in the air. Fog occurs when there is a combination of environmental factors .

    The electrical performance of outdoor insulation degrades severely during combinations of factors that include surface contamination, ice, fog and an ambient temperature that rises through 0°C (T. Electrical insulation materials provide the vital function of turn-to-turn, phase to phase, and phase-to-ground electrical isolation for the electromagnetic coils and circuits.

    Fog Investigation and Dispersal Operation (FIDO) (which was sometimes referred to as "Fog Intense Dispersal Operation" or "Fog, Intense Dispersal Of") was a system used for dispersing fog and pea soup fog (dense smog) from an airfield so that aircraft could land device was developed by Arthur Hartley for British RAF bomber stations, allowing the landing of aircraft returning from. nuclei parameters on rate of fog formation and dissipation using a new lab- this book brings all the recent applications and practices up-to-date. the rate of fog dissipation decreases for.


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Enter the password to open this PDF file: Cancel OK. File name:. Laboratory investigation of electrical dissipation of warm fog By Leslie Bruce Herman Download PDF (5 MB)Author: Leslie Bruce Herman. Fog dispersal, artificial dissipation of fogs, usually by seeding or is done primarily at airports to improve visibility.

Many attempts have been made to clear fogs at temperatures above freezing (0 °C [32 °F]) by seeding them with salt particles, by downwash mixing (that is, using whirling helicopter rotors to pump dry air downward into the fog layer), and by heating the air near. the concept of modifying fog with hygroscopic material.

The results indicate that it is possible to improve visibility in warm fog by seeding with micron- size salt particles (NaC1). The visibility in laboratory fog (produced in a m chamber) was increased by factors of three to ten, with as little as 1.

A general summary of characteristics important to fog formation and dissipation are given here. This is followed by general fog forecasting guidance and guidance specific to advection, radiation, and frontal fogs. (1) Formation. Fog forms by increasing moisture and/or cooling the air.

Moisture is increased by the following: • Precipitation. TABLEOFCONTENTS I. INTRODUCTION 8 GDISPERSAL PLESOFDISPERSAL-- 10 ATIONOFTHEPRINCIPLESOFWARMFOG DISPERSAL copicSeedingAgents.

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As the skies clear solar energy exits earth and allow the temperature to cool near or at the dew point. This form deep fog, so dense it's sometimes called tule fog. Freezing Fog: Freezing fog occurs when the temperature falls at 32°F (0°C) or below.

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A growing topic of interest in the field of nonequilibrium plasmas is the use of very short pulsed corona discharges for different applications such as ignition, flow control and gas cleaning [1, 2]. Fog is a visible aerosol consisting of tiny water droplets or ice crystals suspended in the air at or near the Earth's surface.

Fog can be considered a type of low-lying cloud usually resembling stratus, and is heavily influenced by nearby bodies of water, topography, and wind turn, fog has affected many human activities, such as shipping, travel, and warfare. Thus, fog dissipation occurs even beyond the direct dry ice jet.

By blasting 1 kg of dry ice up to 50 m into the fog, it is dissipated within 3 minutes, clearing a circle of m in diameter. Using mobile systems, a corridor m wide and 15 up to 25 km long can be dissipated within an hour. Visibility in warm fog produced in a cubic-meter chamber was increased by factors of 3 to 10 by seeding with carefully sized sodium chloride particles.

As little as milligrams of salt per cubic meter was effective. Extrapolation of these results indicates that clearing a suitable landing zone for aircraft would not involve prohibitive amounts of seeding material. In simplest terms, there are two basic types of fog — cold and warm Cold fog occurs at temperatures below 32°F.

The best-known dissipation technique for cold fog is to seed it from the air with agents that promote the growth of ice crystals. 6 Warm fog occurs at temperatures above 32°F and accounts for 90 percent of the fog-related problems.cornell aeronautical laboratory, inc.

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