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MM stands for Mesoscale Model

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The topics include from atoms to concrete structures, the stress-based non-local damage model, macroscale and mesoscale models to predict concrete failure and size effects, a coupling between creep and damage with applications to radioactive waste disposal, and measuring earthquake damages to a high-strength concrete structure.
01 USING ENVIRONMENTAL MODELING, TECHNOLOGY, AND COMMUNICATION FOR EARLY WARNING AND PREDICTION OF LAND FALLING TROPICAL CYCLONE/HURRICANES Francis Tuluri, Suseela R Reddy, Duanjun Lu, Toneka Rogers, Bhaskar Rao V Dodla, Anjaneyulu Yerrammilli Jackson State University, Jackson, MS, United States Advanced environmental modeling and technology tools can be collectively put together for a study of tropical cyclone/hurricane intensity change and early warning prediction In the present study, we propose a scheme for early warning prediction of land falling tropical cyclone/hurricanes consisting of Weather Research Forecast (WRF) Environmental Mesoscale Model and radio soundings.
The nondiscriminating reader might be impressed by the downscaling of a general circulation model using a regional mesoscale model to predict localized differences in future air-pollution related mortality, but the complexity of the models is irrelevant in the face of Knowlton et al.
Extraction of properties Mososcale Modeling * Dissipative particle dynamics * MesoDyan simulation * Formulation of mesoscale models QSPR/QSAR * Introduction to quantitative structure property/activity relationships methods * Correlation and principal component methods * Descriptor analysis * Use of modeled descriptors Modeling Analysis * Thermodynamic parameters * Diffraction and scattering * Transport parameters * Structural parameters * Structural parameters available from modeling but not experiment Application Examples * Various case studies of industrial model problems Accelrys will be supplying software for student to do hands-on demonstrations during the seminar.