Modelling Of Ions To Electrify The Atmosphere To Study The Feasibility Of Artificial Rainfall
Non - linear governing equations of ions for electrifying the atmosphere to make artificial r ai n is proposed and analysed. It is first time in the literature where generation of ions at the ground station and ionized airflow velocity are formulated for electrifying the atmosphere to get rain. These artificial ions when introduced in the atmosphere act in a similar manner as cosmic rays.
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