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lifted (verb)

Simple past tense and past participle of lift.

lifted (adjective)

Raised up; held aloft.

lifted (adjective)

Stolen.

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Chapter 10 Adiabatic processes, lapse rates and rising air

Chapter 10 Adiabatic processes, lapse rates and rising air22 Aug. 2016
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Stefan BeckerSubscribe 438 721

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Crude K2uranga

Awesome presentation. Keep up the great passion.

Emily Gibb

thank you so much I did not understand this at all until watching this video!

Nature lover

Hey Stefan why you stopped making videos ..how are you..doing in life ..plz make more videos on geography and climate

Miguel Romero

My professors is the president for state climatologist, and I was confused listening to his explanation. You have explained in such excellency!!

Mary Butcher

Your video is very helpful and cleared up some confusion about the adiabatic processes. Thanks!

HammamM

Astagfhirullah inggris semua

Maitha AL-Sulaiti

thank you

Stephanie Martinez

I saw another post for the DALR(DRY) 3C degrees per / 1000 & SALR(SATURATED) 1.5C degrees per / 1000 ...... ????

mancroft

Thanks for this. Very well explained. ?

Michael

I was searching all over the internet trying to find the differences between Environmental Lapse Rate, Dry Adiabatic Lapse Rate & Saturated Adiabatic Lapse Rate and couldn't find anything. This video helped explain all of them. Thanks a ton!

Bheem op

Easy to understand
Thank u

D H Negreiros

YOU ARE MY HERO! I HATE CLIMATOLOGY, AND THIS WAS VERY CLARIFYING. PLUS YOU SPEAK SLOWLY ENOUGH SO THAT NON NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKERS CAN ALSO GET THE POINT OF THE VIDEO/EXPLANATION.
GREETINGS FROM BRAZIL

Gaurav Jha

Great Work. So easily and efficiently explained. Thank you

JSAEZF1

Really really good explanation! thanks a lot!!

Nidhi Shukla

Very well explained..

himanshu rawat

Man u r awesome

Ndouna Ben

Keep people with relevant videos, Learn what is an adiabatic Process : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMBDr3DzYMI

Qiuziarui

Dr. Wu air squad checkin in.

kevin monroe

According to PV=nRT, if pressure goes down and volume goes up, Temp. could remain the same Conversely, if pressure goes up and volume goes down, Temp. could remain the same. So, why does a rising air parcel have to get colder as it ascends?

Indranil Roy

Got it

rajeev kumar sam

Plz discuss type of plume and its behaviour.

gluten-free cry baby

Thank you so much!

Deepak

Dear sir, Your videos are very helpful to anyone who wants to know general atmospheric concepts. I request you please make a video on TRADE WINDS INVERSION AND EFFECTS ON HAMAN LIFE IN GENERAL. Please make video on the aforesaid topic. Please sir.

alexandra nickerson

This has been the most helpful video ever! Thanks for posting!!

Władca Wymiaru

So global warming id good!

munawar ali

grreat

Older Gentleman

omg THANK YOU

Captain Mulinge

Thank you very much.I find this very information and insighful.

exeterweathermodification watch

All weather is created via carbon black and the slurry drop. All weather is messed with by the upper classes to control the world. Fact. What can you use to remove cloud cover from skies?

Misaki Chou

I come here because I don't understand Adiabatic lapse rate. This actually helps me a lot, thanks!

Parimal Paritosh

1.Air expands when heated and contracts when cooled.

2. When air is heated, it expands and rises up since the surrounding atmosphere is denser. When it goes up, the air cools and contracts and water vapor condenses to form water which is eventually attracted by gravity as rainfall/snowfall.

But in adiabatic expansion, we have seen that air expands adiabatically as it moves upwards. If it expands, how is it not able to hold the moisture since its capacity has now increased? And why does rainfall occur? Can someone explain?

Wiki Pedia

Why dry adiabatic lapse rate remain constant in the atmosphere

ASRAT AYELE

Thanks a lot an excellent explanation. I mean short and clear!

Parkour stunt and Fans

thank u sir plz keep teaching us

Bird Lover India

thankyou sir. you saved my day!

M S Jadhav

You are simply great teacher...Very good explanation...thank you

Anton Vamplew

I know I'm late to the party, but I just wanted to thank you for your clear explanations - finally I also (not what I was here for) understand the formations of the Föhn winds from the dry/wet rates. Thank you!

Rida Tufail

Sometimes a single word can help a lot .Really helpful sir thanku

Rahul Bhushan

Finally, I am knowing the basics of this topic. Thanks.

k.narayana reddy

This video is well understandable..sir could you please explain what is pseudo adiabatic process

Zen Air Sports

Hey Stefan...You are Soooooooo Amazig...Come Turkey and fly wht me :)

whatcatiedid

Really informative with great visual aids, really easy to understand. thank you!

Ton Somhorst

You are a HERO, Finally, someone puts this difficult subject into a understandable from.

krishnaveni meka

the 10 mins video you clear all my doubts regarding lapse rate thank u sir

Deepak

I would be very thankful to you. Thank you.

Shwetha Rcr

Thank u sir

paulo castillo

Los globos no van en l estratosfera aweonao

King Dash

Confused?

kvs ganesh

Hi sir..is cloud formation possible 10°C as you mentioned in oligraphic diagram

THE SUPER MYSTERIES !

Nice work there

Foo Fui

Amazing! Thanks.

Autumn405

Your channel had been super helpful. Going to the exam now feeling a lot more comfortable with this topic. Thanks

Mr. Aurigema

Why do the molecules speed up? Where is the additional energy coming from to increase particle motion (kinetic energy)?

DocSiders

Thought Loop:

Compressing a gas causes a greater number of molecules at a given average velocity to occupy a smaller space...so there will be more molecules slamming into the mercury in your thermometer in a given span of time...therefore hotter.

How can compressing air speed up the little balls involved in elastic collisions? Momentum is preserved in every collision...so average velocity (temperature) cannot change.

The gas molecules can only move faster by adding energy.

It requires energy to compress a gas.

Deepak

Please sir.

Abhay Tomar

What a explanation ?

floridaherper

Why does air expand as it rises rather than contract? Wouldn't it be cooling, which in turn causes it to contract as the molecules pack more closely?

Arushi Sabharwal

Great explanation.Thanks!

Anaya Anu

Which is not a example of adiabatic thundering of cloud pressure cooker explosion of bomb

Yannick Balue Kumona

Thanks, Sir for your brilliant and concise explanations

fay fay

Amazing explanation. Thank you

Dan Harvell

This is the best explanation I have seen, yet. Very clear and very well explained. Thank you, for this!

Meraz Raza

Finally learn the Adiabatic process.. thanks man?

Lyebah Rehman

watch this before you try to memorize the textbook :)

sadika choudhury

Very helpful. Thankyou sir.

puja Das

Thanks for clearing my views ?

Deepak

I’ m very desperate for your video.

Naveen Kumar

thank you

Arctic Knight

Thank you so much, helped me a lot with my exam!

Mark Wadsworth

That is over-simplifying and the wrong way round.

With your cylinder example, you imply that temperature is inversely proportional to pressure and ignore density.

The atmosphere does not work like that.

We start with pressure, temperature and density at sea level as known figures.

We then work out the lapse rate, which is force of gravity divided by specific heat capacity (scaled down by 1/3 because of latent heat of evaporation and condensation) - thermal energy is converted to potential energy as air rises (and vice versa when it falls). That's the easy bit.

We then put all that into the barometric formula to find pressure at different altitudes. That is heinously complicated and requires several attempts ;-)

We then use the rule that pressure is proportional to density x temperature to find the density.

Dennis Wong

Now I can confirm the adiabatic lapse rate is relative to the air pressure! Thanks a lot!!

Twinkler

You sir, are a gentleman and a scholar. Thank you!

AidAna H

Excelent

Grays Gray

Thank you so much for the clarity

Della Randall

Thank you very helpful

rajeev kumar sam

Nice lecture.

Jishnu Sar

explained very well

ABINAYA K

thank you u gave better explanations than my staff

Alf Martin Olsen

You should explain why the molecules increases/decreases "speed" (energy) due to pressure (change in temperature)

G G

"an air parcsul"

Bubba Loop

Danke Schon Dr. Doom :)

Göktürk

Very nice explanation! Regards.

Avid Hunter

3:35 how does releasing energy decrease the rate of temperature change? Doesn’t cooling of something mean energy is being released? Why wouldn’t this cause an Increase in the rate of change?

Ephraim Motsemme

Thanks, this video really helped me, keep up the good job

tickertapes

So AGW is not real? According to this, the composition of the atmosphere is not a factor in atmospheric temperature which explains why there is no correlation between Co2 levels and temperature.

LoSeg C

As a Paraglider your very good explanation will help me fly better. Excellent video.

Frank Thompson

This dude sounds like Christoph Waltz

wongcham.T Quinker

Thanks a lot sir

Winter snow Owen

Absolutely fantastic, thank you! I could not grasp what the ELR was, now I do thanks to you!

m.o. Gunasekar

Thank u so much Sir!

Tarnjit Singh

Thank you sooo much this helped a lot

My Zenithal Point

Well explained sir

David Maddison

Excellent.

Geeky Cactus123

Amazing, I’d like to thank my friend Mila for sending me this

Vidula sharma

Thank you very much..nice video ?

Muskan Mishra

Very well explained ?

J. TT

Good video mate, clean explanation. nice work

vaishali navale

Best

Deepak

Please make the video on TRADE WINDS INVERSION AND EFFECTS ON HUMAN LIFE IN GENERAL.

Henrik Wallin

The reason clouds are not falling down is that the water drops are charged. The stronger the charge - the higher up the cloud will be.

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