Three-dimensional numerical model of reagent propagation

   In 2010, the development of a numerical model was completed, which makes it possible to obtain information on the characteristics of the reagent distribution zones under various parameters and operating modes of ground, aircraft and missile means of influence in various weather conditions, taking into account the orography of the terrain and the characteristics of the underlying surface. As an illustration of the capabilities of the developed numerical model, below are some results of numerical experiments on the distribution of the reagent during active impacts using ground-based aerosol generators NAG-07, generators of ice-forming firework-type aerosols GLA-105, as well as when exposed to dry ice from an aircraft.

   The concentration of reagent particles 1 and 2 hours after the start of operation of the ground-based generator NAG-07 (Fig. 1 and 2) and 30 and 60 minutes after the start of two generators GLA-105 (Fig. 3 and 4) at the anti-hail impact point Khabez, North — Caucasian Armed Forces.

   Digital map of the upper boundary of the radio echo of cloudiness with fragments of impact aircraft flights at 07:10, May 7, 2008 (Moscow) and images of reagent zones in the horizontal plane at a height of H = 2.5 km when simulating impacts from aircraft with dry ice.