The aim of this 3-year project is to investigate the property of concentric eyewall typhoons via satellite fusion data for future applications in improving typhoon intensity and rainfall potential estimation models. In the first year, the project will aim on the development of the relevant image processing technique and models, and analyze the rainfall property for different type concentric eyewall typhoons. In the second year, the project will develop some objective indicators for improving the previous techniques, and analyze the formation thermal and dynamic conditions for concentric eyewall typhoons via multiple sensor fusion data. In the last year, the gathered intensity and rainfall evolution properties for concentric eyewall typhoons will be input into the improved tropical rainfall (I-TRaP) model for better intensity/rainfall estimation.
|Effective start/end date||1/08/15 → 31/07/16|
- Double Eyewall
- Concentric Eyewall
- Eyewall Replacement Cycle
- Typhoon Structure
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