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“…Indeed, the Δ x = 200, 150 m simulations give a smaller amount of accumulated rain in the domain center and slightly larger peaks downwind and away from the center, reflecting the availability of more moisture for the secondary convective tower. Once again, we observe a decrease in precipitation with increasing resolution as expected (Gaberšek et al., 2012; Marras & Giraldo, 2015; Marras et al., 2013a; Weisman et al., 1997).…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 87%
“…Indeed, the Δ x = 200, 150 m simulations give a smaller amount of accumulated rain in the domain center and slightly larger peaks downwind and away from the center, reflecting the availability of more moisture for the secondary convective tower. Once again, we observe a decrease in precipitation with increasing resolution as expected (Gaberšek et al., 2012; Marras & Giraldo, 2015; Marras et al., 2013a; Weisman et al., 1997).…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 87%
“…Indeed, the ∆x = 200, 150 m simulations give a smaller amount of accumulated rain in the domain center and slightly larger peaks downwind and away from the center, reflecting the availability of more moisture for the secondary convective tower. Once again, we observe a decrease in precipitation with increasing resolution as expected [37,51,52,53]. We conclude by reporting the maximum vertical velocity obtained over the course of the CG and DG simulation as a function of the resolution in Fig.…”
Section: 5d Squall Linesupporting
confidence: 75%
“…To overcome this issue, a controlled crosswind discontinuity capturing can be added to the principal stabilization scheme. For example, the method introduced in [55] was successfully adapted to highorder spectral elements in [210] for standard 2D test cases and, more recently, by [209] to support positivity in the solution of fully 3D cloud simulations. For comparison, we reproduce Fig.…”
Section: Preserving Positivitymentioning
confidence: 99%