Towards user-friendly, public domain simulations of the precursor of lightning: streamers
Presented at the Thunderstorm Effects on the Atmosphere-Ionosphere System, Málaga, Spain
Streamers play an important role in the early stages of lightning and can be directly seen as sprite discharges. Many kinds of streamer discharge models developed at CWI are presented, using Particle-in-cell/Monte Carlo, fluid and hybrid codes from 1D to 3D. The codes are being improved and documented currently, to make them user-friendly and available on internet for potential users.
|THEME||Energy (theme 4)|
|Publisher||European science foundation|
|Editor||A.B. Sun (Anbang) , H.J. Teunissen (Jannis) , U. Ebert (Ute)|
|Conference||Thunderstorm Effects on the Atmosphere-Ionosphere System|
Sun, A.B, Teunissen, H.J, & Ebert, U (Eds.). (2012). Towards user-friendly, public domain simulations of the precursor of lightning: streamers . In A.B Sun, H.J Teunissen, & U Ebert (Eds.), Proceedings of TEA-IS: Thunderstorm Effects on the Atmosphere-Ionosphere System 2012 (1). European science foundation.