MM5

The PSU/NCAR mesoscale model (known as MM5) is a limited-area, nonhydrostatic, terrain-following sigma-coordinate model designed to simulate or predict mesoscale atmospheric circulation. The model is supported by several pre- and post-processing programs, which are referred to collectively as the MM5 modeling system. The MM5 modeling system software is mostly written in Fortran, and has been developed at Penn State and NCAR as a community mesoscale model with contributions from users worldwide. The MM5 modeling system software is freely provided and supported by the Mesoscale Prediction Group in the Mesoscale and Microscale Meteorology Division, NCAR


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  1. Marras, Simone; Kelly, James F.; Moragues, Margarida; Müller, Andreas; Kopera, Michal A.; Vázquez, Mariano; Giraldo, Francis X.; Houzeaux, Guillaume; Jorba, Oriol: A review of element-based Galerkin methods for numerical weather prediction: finite elements, spectral elements, and discontinuous Galerkin (2016)
  2. Baran, Sándor: Probabilistic wind speed forecasting using Bayesian model averaging with truncated normal components (2014)
  3. Gadzhev, Georgi K.; Ganev, Kostadin G.; Miloshev, Nikolay G.; Syrakov, Dimiter E.; Prodanova, Maria: Numerical study of the atmospheric composition in Bulgaria (2013)
  4. Jiang, Jin Rong; Zhang, Xiao Ye; Zhou, Chun Hong; Liu, Hong Li; Chi, X. B.: Sand-dust storm simulation model coupled with PSU/NCAR mesoscale model (2013)
  5. Reich, Brian; Cooley, Daniel; Foley, Kristen; Napelenok, Sergey; Shaby, Benjamin: Extreme value analysis for evaluating ozone control strategies (2013)
  6. Ganev, K.; Syrakov, D.; Gadzhev, G.; Prodanova, M.; Jordanov, G.; Miloshev, N.; Todorova, A.: Joint analysis of regional scale transport and transformation of air pollution from road and ship transport (2010)
  7. Bourchtein, Ludmila; Bourchtein, Andrei: Comparison of different spatial grids for numerical schemes of geophysical fluid dynamics (2009)
  8. Penenko, Vladimir; Tsvetova, Elena: Discrete-analytical methods for the implementation of variational principles in environmental applications (2009)
  9. Zhang, Jinfeng; Huang, Liwen; Wen, Yuanqiao; Deng, Jian: A distributed coupled atmosphere-wave-ocean model for typhoon wave numerical simulation (2009)
  10. Berrocal, Veronica J.; Raftery, Adrian E.; Gneiting, Tilmann: Probabilistic quantitative precipitation field forecasting using a two-stage spatial model (2008)
  11. Bourchtein, Ludmila; Bourchtein, Andrei: On grid generation for numerical models of geophysical fluid dynamics (2008)
  12. Giraldo, F. X.; Restelli, M.: A study of spectral element and discontinuous Galerkin methods for the Navier-Stokes equations in nonhydrostatic mesoscale atmospheric modeling: equation sets and test cases (2008)
  13. Prodanova, Maria; Perez, Juan L.; Syrakov, Dimiter; San Jose, Roberto; Ganev, Kostadin; Miloshev, Nikolai; Roglev, Stefan: Application of mathematical models to simulate an extreme air pollution episode in the Bulgarian city of Stara Zagora (2008)
  14. Jiang, Jinrong; Chi, Xuebin; Lu, Zhonghua; Liu, Hongli: Realization of self-adapting IKAWA parameter in MM5 (2007)
  15. Hoffman, R. N.; Henderson, J. M.; Leidner, S. M.; Grassotti, C.; Nehrkorn, T.: Using 4d-VAR to move a simulated tropical cyclone in a mesoscale model (2006)
  16. José, Roberto San; Pérez, Juan L.; González, Rosa M.: The use of MM5-CMAQ for an incinerator air quality impact assessment for metals, PAH, dioxins and furans: Spain case study (2006)
  17. Yan, Yonghong; Chapman, Barbara M.: Campus grids meet applications: Modeling, metascheduling and integration (2006)
  18. Yan, Yonghong; Chapman, Barbara M.: Campus grids meet applications: Modeling, metascheduling and integration (2006) ioport
  19. Gao, Shanhong; Yang, Bo; Wu, Zengmao: A tangential wind profile for simulating strong tropical cyclones with MM5 (2005)
  20. Lin, Zhaohui; Levy, Jason K.; Xu, Xingkui; Zhao, Sixiong; Hartmann, Jens: Weather and seasonal climate prediction for flood planning in the Yangtze River Basin (2005)

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