We investigate the formation of water ice, ammonia ice and ammonia
hydrosulphide clouds on exoplanet gas giants for various internal heat
fluxes using the modified version of the PlanetWRF model, GasGiantWRF.
We performed our model calculations using a newtonian thermal forcing,
described by an analytical radiative model, and a cloud scheme that
allows the phase exchange between different species relevant to a
Jupiter-like exoplanet. We show strong variations in the concentration
of water ice and ammonia ice clouds, up to four and two orders of
magnitudes respectively with varying interior heat fluxes, between 1.35
and 10.8 W/m2 for a Jupiter-like exoplanet.