The king with the rain Royal Project

Background of the royal rain project The king with the rain Royal Project
( PR4US.com | Press Release | 2017-11-21 07:28:09 )
Background of the royal rain project from the initiative of the King Rama 9. During the visit to the people in the arid areas of 15 provinces in north east of Thailand. On Nov 2-20, 1955

On Monday Nov 14, 1955, His majesty king Rama9 travel by car from Nakhon Phanom Province to Kalasin Province. He dive a car though Sakon Nakhon Province and Phu Phan Mountain Range. He was aware of the trouble. The misery of the people. And farmers who lack of water consumption. When he returned to Bangkok. His Majesty graciously. MR. Theparit Devakul, engineer and inventor of the famous iron buffalo. Then congratulated the concept to MR. Theparit Devakul.
From the early theory that occurred after the Royal Initiative. His Majesty He spent another 14 years researching, reviewing papers, reports, studies and information. Granted to Mr. Theparit Devakul to undertake research throughout.

From 1955 onwards studied and researched. And document research. The Meteorological Department. And modification

From 1955 onwards studied and researched. And document research. The Meteorological Department. And modification. The knowledge and expertise is acceptable in both. And abroad I'm sure. And give this idea to Mr. Theparit Devakul Specialist in agricultural research engineering. The Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives. In the following year, Find out how to make experiments in the sky possible.
Experiment in the sky for the first time until 1969, Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives. Establish Aircraft Unit in the Department of Pest Control and ready to provide support in response to the royal wish. MR Theparit Devakul tell him to know. Ready to take action. By the Royal.
That same year. His Majesty graciously. First real-world experiments were conducted on July 1-2, 1969. Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives appointed. MR Theparit Devakula is the project director. And the head of the experimental group was the first. Khao Yai Forest Park is the first experimental site to drip dry ice (solid carbondioxide) No more than 1 cubic inch in the cloud, up to 10,000 feet floating above the experimental area.
At that time, the cloud. Those experiments. There is a noticeable change in cloud physics. And rising to a large precipitation in a short time. Then move the wind direction away from the eyes can not be observed. Because of the peak. But follow up. By ground survey and the verbal confirmation from the people. Rainfall to the experimental area of Khao Yai Forest Park. It is a vision that indicates that. Cloud Computing Precipitation is possible.

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