Anabatic flow field measurements and the detection algorithm of turbulent bursting periods

Published: 27 March 2020| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/3r93n5f6zh.2
Contributors:
Roni H Goldshmid,
Dan Liberzon

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The complete dataset of anabatic (upslope) wind velocity fluctuations measured using the recently developed sonic-hot-film collocated anemometer (two X-shaped hot films were used in this field measurement). The measurements took place on a moderate slope in Nofit, Israel during August 2015.  The dataset is uploaded along with an automated detection algorithm (Matlab code) to capture the beginning and ending times of a bursting event observed in the flow. The complete experimental setup is detailed in [1] and the complete detection algorithm procedure is detailed in [2].   T-SAIL group: https://t-sail.net.technion.ac.il/ [1] Hilel Goldshmid, R. & Liberzon, D. Environ Fluid Mech (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10652-018-9649-x [2] https://arxiv.org/abs/1902.00875

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Institutions

Technion Israel Institute of Technology

Categories

Mountain Meteorology, Detection Technique, Turbulence, Turbulent Flow, Atmospheric Turbulence, Turbulent Boundary Layer

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