Super Computer simulates tornadoes

A took three days to digitally recreate the tornadoes that hit the United States in 2011.


In May of 2011, a series of tornadoes hit in all the Midwestern United States. The incident triggered the scientists who wanted to learn how these supercell storms which allow the formation of catastrophic tornadoes.

Scientists are lost in the crowd of and finding great difficulty in working with standard methods, they used one super computer, what we would call a supercomputer.

O Leigh Orf στο Πανεπιστήμιο του Wisconsin- προσομοίασε τις καταιγίδες του 2011 χρησιμοποιώντας τον υπολογιστή Blue Water του Πανεπιστημίου του Ιλλινόις και αποστέλλοντας σχεδόν δύο δισεκατομμύρια μικρούς αισθητήρες οι οποίοι εξαπλώθηκαν σε μία περιοχή πάνω από 75 τετραγωνικά μίλια και ανέβηκαν 12,4 μίλια ψηλά.

The wind speed, the temperatureα, η υγρασία, η πίεση και η βροχή του κάθε αισθητήρα υπολογίστηκε χωριστά και κατόπιν όλα μαζί συναρμολογήθηκαν σε ένα ενιαίο εμφανίζοτας όλη την δυναμική του ανεμοστρόβιλου. Η εργασία αυτή διάρκεσε τρεις ημέρες και απαιτήθηκαν 20.000 πυρήνες επεξ of Blue Waters.

"For the first time, we are able to look into the interior of a supercell storm producing a tornado", says ORF. "We have the complete storm, and we can see everything going on inside."

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