LANS-alpha turbulence modeling for coastal sea: an application to Alderney Race

This repository provides the source code based on MARS3D model code (Lazure and Dumas, 2008), with modifications for the LANS-alpha implementation (Hecht et al, 2008).

Model outputs of an application on the Alderney Race are also provided. Simulations with and without LANS-alpha have been performed for two days (29-30 September 2017), with model configurations at two different horizontal resolutions (120 and 30 meters). Two cases have been considered for the vertical mixing parametrization, with the use of the k-epsilon turbulent closure and a constant vertical viscosity of 0.2 m2.s-1 .

 

This repository provides the source code based on MARS3D model code (Lazure and Dumas, 2008), with modifications for the LANS-alpha implementation (Hecht et al, 2008).

Model outputs of an application on the Alderney Race are also provided. Simulations with and without LANS-alpha have been performed for two days (29-30 September 2017), with model configurations at two different horizontal resolutions (120 and 30 meters). Two cases have been considered for the vertical mixing parametrization, with the use of the k-epsilon turbulent closure and a constant vertical viscosity of 0.2 m2.s-1 .

 

Disciplines

Physical oceanography

Keywords

Numerical ocean circulation model, turbulence modeling, Alderney Race

Data

FileSizeFormatProcessingAccess
77612.tar.gz
1 MoFortran 90
77613.tar.gz
3 GoNetCDF
How to cite
Bennis Anne-Claire, Adong Feddy, Boutet Martial, Dumas Franck (2020). LANS-alpha turbulence modeling for coastal sea: an application to Alderney Race. SEANOE. https://doi.org/10.17882/76523
In addition to properly cite this dataset, it would be appreciated that the following work(s) be cited too, when using this dataset in a publication :
Bennis A.-C., Adong F., Boutet M., Dumas F. (2021). LANS-α turbulence modeling for coastal sea: an application to Alderney Race. Journal of Computational Physics, 110155-. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcp.2021.110155

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