By Horst G Zimmer

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F. , “La prévision numérique du temps avec les modèles ARPEGE et ALADIN”, La Météorologie, 8th series, no. 30, pp. 32–60, June 2000. -F. , “Une nouvelle technique d’assimilation des données d’observation au CEPMMT: l’assimilation variationnelle quadridimensionnelle”, La Météorologie, 8th series, no. 30, pp. 87–101, June 2000. Chapter 3 1 From Mathematical Model to Numerical Model Volumes 2 and 3 highlight several systems of partial differential equations, the resolution of which provides the distribution of the vector or scalar fields within the domain.

Alternatively, we can use a recent average, even a climatological average. 2. This is an algorithm enabling a spatial interpolation of the meteorological fields to be performed using a statistical method connecting the variables to be analyzed to the variables at the observation points. 16 Environmental Hydraulics 3 However, constant improvements to forecast models have not been enough to provide accurate forecasts beyond a certain time period. Indeed, Lorenz [LOR 69] demonstrated that a slight disruption to the initial conditions was enough to produce widely differing results, due to the non-linear nature of meteorological equations, imperfections in the models themselves, and measurement uncertainty.

Introduction to the notion of a characteristic This method explains the information transmission mode within a domain. It also enables an analytical solution to be highlighted in certain specific configurations. Let us consider the 1D convection equation: wu wu c 0. 9) We can associate the following relationship with this equation: du wu wu dt  u dx, wt wx which can also be written as du wu dx wu  . e. ® ¯ x x0  c t. We can thus conclude that along the characteristic function x = x0 + ct, the value of u remains constant.

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