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Table 2.

Summary of seeding impact analysis method for the six cases. Shown are the start and end times (UTC) of the DOW volume scans included in the NOSEED and SEED periods and the duration of each period (h; in parentheses), the time delay (min) used from the time the generators were activated, the number of generators used, and the sequence of NOSEED and SEED periods. The time delays for AgI activation are estimated from the average wind speed shown in Table 1. The number of AgI generators activated was three (SM03, SM04, and SM06), seven (all generators except SM11) or eight (all generators).

Summary of seeding impact analysis method for the six cases. Shown are the start and end times (UTC) of the DOW volume scans included in the NOSEED and SEED periods and the duration of each period (h; in parentheses), the time delay (min) used from the time the generators were activated, the number of generators used, and the sequence of NOSEED and SEED periods. The time delays for AgI activation are estimated from the average wind speed shown in Table 1. The number of AgI generators activated was three (SM03, SM04, and SM06), seven (all generators except SM11) or eight (all generators).
Summary of seeding impact analysis method for the six cases. Shown are the start and end times (UTC) of the DOW volume scans included in the NOSEED and SEED periods and the duration of each period (h; in parentheses), the time delay (min) used from the time the generators were activated, the number of generators used, and the sequence of NOSEED and SEED periods. The time delays for AgI activation are estimated from the average wind speed shown in Table 1. The number of AgI generators activated was three (SM03, SM04, and SM06), seven (all generators except SM11) or eight (all generators).
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