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|Title: ||Quantitative Kinetic Energy Estimated from Disdrometer Signal|
|Authors: ||Moraes, M.C. da S.|
Tenório, R. S.
|Keywords: ||Kinetic Energy|
Drop Size Distribution
|Issue Date: ||29-Feb-2020|
|Citation: ||1. M. C. da S. Moraes, E. Sampaio, R. S. Tenório, Hong-Joo Toon, Byung-Hyulk Kwon.(2019), Quantitative Kinetic Energy Estimated from Disdrometer Signal, Journal of Koreia Institute of Electronic Communication Sciences - JKIECS, 15 (1): 153-160.
|Abstract: ||The kinetic energy of the rain drops was predicted in a relation between the rain rate and rain quantity, derived directly from the rain drop size distribution (DSD), which had been measured by a disdrometer located in the eastern state of Alagoas-Brazil. The equation in the form of exponential form suppressed the effects of large drops at low rainfall intensity observed at the beginning and end of the rainfall. The kinetic energy of the raindrop was underestimated in almost rain intensity ranges and was considered acceptable by the performance indicators such as coefficient of determination, average absolute error, percent relative error, mean absolute error, root mean square error, Willmott's concordance index and confidence index.|
|Appears in Collections:||GEO - Publicações - Artigos em Revistas Internacionais Com Arbitragem Científica|
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