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Check Out The Technology Used In Dubai To Make Artificial Rainfall.

When it comes to Asia's fastest-growing economies, the United Arab Emirate (UEA) will undoubtedly be at the top of the list. Ultramodern architecture and spectacular buildings abound in the region, particularly in Dubai, the country's most populous metropolis.

Research and technology advancements have improved all parts of human existence, including our homes, offices, and even places of worship.

Have you ever considered how great it would be to be able to control rainfall? Well, owing to cloud seeding technology, it's now achievable.

In this essay, I will present to you a method utilized in Dubai to create artificial rainfall.

Dubai is a desert location where water demand exceeds availability, resulting in shortage. Water is a necessity of life, and the government must devise a solution to this problem in the form of cloud seeding.

Cloud seeding is a sort of weather manipulation that tries to change the amount of precipitation that falls from clouds by spreading substances into the air that function as cloud condensation and thus change the cloud's microphysical process.

Cloud seeding's main goal is to increase the quantity of rain clouds in a certain location, which results to rain.

What is the procedure?

Seed clouding can be accomplished in one of three ways:

1. Chemicals such as silver iodide, potassium iodide, liquid propane, and others are used.

2. Making use of electric charges

3. Using laser pulses in the infrared range.

Chemicals are loaded into an airplane and spread into the cloud as they fly over it, which is the most typical approach.

The Electric Discharge Method was employed in Dubai, where drones outfitted with electric charge flew at a low height and discharged a payload of electricity into the cloud in July 2021. The method resulted in a substantial amount of rain, roughly 6.9 mm.

Despite the fact that the seed clouding approach is costly, I believe it will provide a solution for landlocked areas around the world.

Thank you for your consideration.

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