ISMIP-HOM test suite exercise
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. The tests we'll run are for 3d models, so the domain and boundary conditions vary in the x and y directions (i.e. in map plane). For test A, the topography varies periodically in x and y, and for test C, the basal traction varies periodically in x and y. While the amplitude of the variations is the same for all tests, the wavelength is decreased by a factor of two for each successive test. For λ=160 km, the velocities solutions essentially look like that from a shallow ice model. Halving λ to 80 km, then to 40, 20, 10, and finally 5 km, the higher-order components of the stress balance become successivly more important to the velocity solution.
The tests are set up so that the scaled
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?