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Analytical Study on the Peak Stage of Typhoons
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Analytical Study on the Peak Stage of Typhoons
Seol, Dong-Il;
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This paper analyzed the peak stage of typhoons by using 10 years(2002~2011) data. The main purpose of this research is to provide the characteristic and tendency of peak stage of typhoons for navigators of ship. The research results show that typhoons of maximum wind speed 20~29m/ s and 40~49m/s account for 25% and 24% of whole typhoon, respectively. Ultra Typhoon of maximum wind speed 50m/ s and over accounts for 24% of whole typhoon. Peak stage mean arrival time from tropical depression and tropical storm are 3.6 days and 2.1 days, respectively. Duration time of peak stage is within 2 days and mean duration time of peak stage is 31hours. Latitudes and longitudes that mainly appears peak stage are at and . This dangerous sea area has the oceanic environmental characteristic that Taiwan and Philippines are locate west side and a vast the North Pacific occupy east side. Navigators of ship in this dangerous sea area keep strict watch. Ultra Typhoons occur most frequently in September. Peak stage of Ultra Typhoon also appears at and .
peak stage of typhoons;navigators of ship;maximum wind speed;Ultra Typhoon;mean duration time of peak stage;
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