## An analysis of the gravity-inertia wave component in a simple primitive equation propagating jet stream model |

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### Contents

Diagnostic Balance Model Development | 8 |

Analysis and Results | 24 |

Summary and Conclusions | 68 |

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12 hour period 24 hours adjustment process advective acceleration ageostrophic stream function analysis balance equation balance model omega boundary conditions calculated Coriolis Coriolis parameter diagnostic balance model difference maps divergent component divergent wind equa equation 2.8 external wave forcing function term four quadrants geopotential field geopotential height geostrophic adjustment geostrophic and balance gravity wave gravity-inertia wave component grid points height fields horizontal divergence inertia wave interior oscillation internal gravity-inertia wave Jacobian jet maximum jet stream large domain linearized m/sec model omega equation Newtons/(m^sec nine hours non-divergent components non-divergent wind omega patterns pressure field primitive equation model primitive equation omega quasi-geostrophic model Reynolds found Rossby number shown in Figure similar small domain solve southeast quadrant standard height static stability parameter stream function pattern subtracting t=6 hours three hours tion total wind twelve hour period two-layer velocity at 800 velocity field vertical motion field vorticity equation wind component wind field zero