166 | | || Resolution || dx x dy at the equator (deg) || dx x dy at the equator (km) || |

167 | | || || || || |

168 | | || N108 || 1.6667 x 1.1111 || 185 x 124 || |

169 | | || N216 || 0.8333 x 0.5556 || 93 x 62 || |

170 | | || N320 || 0.5625 x 0.375 || 63 x 42 || |

171 | | || N640 || 0.3515625 x 0.234375 || 39 x 26 || |

| 166 | || Resolution || dx x dy at the equator (deg) || dx x dy at the equator (km) |

| 167 | || |

| 168 | || || || || |

| 169 | || N108 || 1.6667 x 1.1111 || 185 x 124 || |

| 170 | || N216 || 0.8333 x 0.5556 || 93 x 62 || |

| 171 | || N320 || 0.5625 x 0.375 || 63 x 42 || |

| 172 | || N640 || 0.3515625 x 0.234375 || 39 x 26 || |

| 173 | |

| 174 | * The diammeter of the inner core of a typical tropical cyclone is ~300 km (Emanuel, 2018, Meteorological Monographs). So what is resolved for different resolutions is, |

| 175 | * N320 - 5 gridpoints within the inner core, which means inner core is just resolved (using the "4 delta x" criterion) |

| 176 | * N216 - 3 gridpoints within the inner core, which means inner core is not quite resolved |

| 177 | * N108 - 2 gridpoints within the inner core, which means inner core is definitely not resolved |