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Generalized Asymmetric Holland Model

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The Generalized Asymmetric Holland Model

  1. markdown file for GAHM on ADCIRCWIKI

GAHM Introduction Content

The Classic Holland Model

Derivation of the GAHM

Azimuthally-Varying RMW

A Linearly-weighted Composite Wind Method

Case Studies

Single-Isotach Approach

Multiple-Isotach Approach

The gradient wind Equation describes a steady flow balanced by the horizontal pressure gradient force, the centripetal acceleration, and the Coriolis acceleration:





The Holland Model (1980) is an analytic model that depicts the radial wind and pressure profiles of a hurricane. Starts