Rain scavenging of solid rocket exhaust clouds
- Dingle, A. N.
- Jan 1, 1978.
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- 1 electronic document
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- An explicit model for cloud microphysics was developed for application to the problem of co-condensation/vaporization of HCl and H2O in the presence of Al2O3 particulate nuclei. Validity of the explicit model relative to the implicit model, which has been customarily applied to atmospheric cloud studies, was demonstrated by parallel computations of H2O condensation upon (NH4)2 SO4 nuclei. A mesoscale predictive model designed to account for the impact of wet processes on atmospheric dynamics is also under development. Input data specifying the equilibrium state of HC1 and H2O vapors in contact with aqueous HC1 solutions were found to be limited, particularly in respect to temperature range.
- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19780009614., Accession ID: 78N17557., NASA-CR-2928., and REPT-014311-2-P.
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