slim merge requestshttps://git.immc.ucl.ac.be/slim/slim/-/merge_requests2020-06-04T10:33:49Zhttps://git.immc.ucl.ac.be/slim/slim/-/merge_requests/553D On sphere2020-06-04T10:33:49ZDavid Vincent3D On sphereThe 2D mesh can be extruded radially to form a 3D spherical mesh.
The 3D equations can be solved on a sphere.
A new benchmark is added (test the geostrophic balance on the sphere).
The tracer equations can be solved independently i...The 2D mesh can be extruded radially to form a 3D spherical mesh.
The 3D equations can be solved on a sphere.
A new benchmark is added (test the geostrophic balance on the sphere).
The tracer equations can be solved independently in 3D.
A heat flux can be used as bottom/boundary condition for the temperature equation (in 3D).
The user can add a surface pressure term which is a function of eta and deta_dt.
The user can add a surface friction term in SLIM3D.
The gravity field can spatially vary.
The restart function works for spherical meshes.Valentin VallaeysValentin Vallaeyshttps://git.immc.ucl.ac.be/slim/slim/-/merge_requests/56Surface heat fluxes2020-07-16T12:10:36ZDavid VincentSurface heat fluxesSurface heat fluxes can be implemented as surface boundary condition for the temperature equation.Surface heat fluxes can be implemented as surface boundary condition for the temperature equation.