|Model name||ARPS model (advanced regional prediction system)|
|Developer||the Center for Analysis and Prediction of Storms (CAPS) at the University of Oklahoma|
|Development language||Fortran77, Fortran90|
|Related websites||Official website Source code File|
|Operating conditions||Linux, Windows|
|update time||2021-09-27 10:39|
|Tag||nonhydrostatic stormscale atmospheric|
ARPS model is a non-static equilibrium regional forecast system developed by the storm analysis and Prediction Center of the University of Oklahoma. ARPS model adopts generalized terrain coordinate system, arakawa-c staggered horizontal grid and second-order leapfrog leaping time integration scheme, including cloud microphysical process, sub grid scale turbulence and other physical processes. ARPS model is suitable for small and medium-sized and storm scale weather systems, such as tornado, supercell storm, etc. ARPS model is mainly aimed at non energetic high-resolution regional forecast system of storm scale, including variational assimilation of real-time data, forward prediction and post-processing module.
|the Center for Analysis and Prediction of Storms (CAPS) at the University of Oklahoma||the Center for Analysis and Prediction of Storms (CAPS) at the University of Oklahoma|
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