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In this exercise, we will test out Glimmer/CISM's higher-order stress balance subroutines by running the model through a few of the [http://homepages.ulb.ac.be/~fpattyn/ismip/ ISMIP-HOM] test suite problems. Specifically, we'll run tests A and C with periodic basal topography (test A) and periodic basal friction (test C) for wavelengths of 160, 80, and 40 km.
  
Instructions and comparison output here for running python scripts and running HO model through ISMIPHOM experiments A and C (for selected wavelengths).
 
  
Could we also run an SIA model for test A, for comparison?
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use some python scripts developed by Tim Bocek and Jesse Johnson to configure Glimmer/CISM to
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Test A and C for wavelengths of 160, 80, and 40 km (skip shorter wavelength, longer running tests).
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Play w/ the grid spacing to see how that affects results?
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Can we get a 0-order solution for these as well?

Revision as of 09:21, 3 August 2009

In this exercise, we will test out Glimmer/CISM's higher-order stress balance subroutines by running the model through a few of the ISMIP-HOM test suite problems. Specifically, we'll run tests A and C with periodic basal topography (test A) and periodic basal friction (test C) for wavelengths of 160, 80, and 40 km.



use some python scripts developed by Tim Bocek and Jesse Johnson to configure Glimmer/CISM to


Test A and C for wavelengths of 160, 80, and 40 km (skip shorter wavelength, longer running tests).

Play w/ the grid spacing to see how that affects results?

Can we get a 0-order solution for these as well?