December 22, 2019
BY SALOMON ELI FARIN
#weather #meteorology To predict wind gusts to determine wind damage requires knowledge of the topography. The equation is from far to near that is from positive infinity to negative infinity the difference equation is Aedbfts divided by aeniftds. The first A is area of the discussion, in meters square, this is var3. e is the difference in air pressure, in psi, his is var1. d is the difference equation from near to far which is from negative infinity to positive infinity. b is the equator distance in miles, this is var7. f is the function within the difference equation. It is from near to far, that is from negative infinity to positive infinity. t is the time in seconds we are discussing, it is var9. s is the air pressure surface area, it is in psi per meters squared here, it is var3. At the equator it is 5.71353 psi/m^2. a is the area the wind is moving during the gust, it is the motion area, in meters cubed, it is a var7 as well. Next, a is the area of the Earth here in meters cubed, it is a known variable, use the one for Mars to predict wind there. It is the total area. Even ground. e is the part of the planet that is atmosphere, it is var8, and is in meters cubed. n is the number of wind speed in miles per second, solve for it, it is var7. i is the imaginary number because the plane is within a multiple spacial university of south florida. f is the function, not difference or other equation. Solve for it as well. It is t where t is the speed of air going around the planet, positive for usual gusts, negative for reverse gusts, it is a var7, in seconds only. d is the diameter of the Earth or other planet, it is meters squared, only. s is the little constant. All work here by Salomon Eli Farin except the little constant on Earth. The Little Constant is the speed of air within air. It is a maximum per atmosphere. On Mars it is 571 mph. On Jupiter it is 7.997123 mph. On Mercury it is 7.123 mph. It is a var4.