MPAS-Ocean

MPAS-Ocean is designed for the simulation of the ocean system from time scales of months to millenia and spatial scales from sub 1 km to global circulations. MPAS-Ocean has demonstrated the ability to accurately reproduce mesoscale ocean activity with a local mesh refinement strategy. In addition to faciliating the study of multiscale phenomena within the ocean system, MPAS-Ocean is intended for the study of anthropogenic climate change as the ocean component of climate system models.


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  1. Bueler, Ed: Conservation laws for free-boundary fluid layers (2021)
  2. Chen, Qingshan; Ju, Lili; Temam, Roger: Conservative numerical schemes with optimal dispersive wave relations: part I. Derivation and analysis (2021)
  3. Lan, Rihui; Leng, Wei; Wang, Zhu; Ju, Lili; Gunzburger, Max: Parallel exponential time differencing methods for geophysical flow simulations (2021)
  4. Meng, Xucheng; Hoang, Thi-Thao-phuong; Wang, Zhu; Ju, Lili: Localized exponential time differencing method for shallow water equations: algorithms and numerical study (2021)
  5. Zhang, Yinglong J.: Assessment of subgrid method in a finite-volume model (2021)
  6. Calandrini, Sara; Pieper, Konstantin; Gunzburger, Max D.: Exponential time differencing for the tracer equations appearing in primitive equation ocean models (2020)
  7. Higdon, Robert L.: Discontinuous Galerkin methods for multi-layer ocean modeling: viscosity and thin layers (2020)
  8. Danilov, S.; Kutsenko, A.: On the geometric origin of spurious waves in finite-volume discretizations of shallow water equations on triangular meshes (2019)
  9. Hoang, Thi-Thao-Phuong; Leng, Wei; Ju, Lili; Wang, Zhu; Pieper, Konstantin: Conservative explicit local time-stepping schemes for the shallow water equations (2019)
  10. Lee, David; Petersen, M.; Lowrie, R.; Ringler, T.: Tracer transport within an unstructured grid Ocean model using characteristic discontinuous Galerkin advection (2019)
  11. Pieper, Konstantin; Sockwell, K. Chad; Gunzburger, Max: Exponential time differencing for mimetic multilayer Ocean models (2019)
  12. Engwirda, Darren: Generalised primal-dual grids for unstructured co-volume schemes (2018)
  13. Korn, Peter; Linardakis, Leonidas: A conservative discretization of the shallow-water equations on triangular grids (2018)
  14. Yang, Huanhuan; Gunzburger, Max; Ju, Lili: Fast spherical centroidal Voronoi mesh generation: a Lloyd-preconditioned LBFGS method in parallel (2018)
  15. Chacón, L.; Chen, G.; Knoll, D. A.; Newman, C.; Park, H.; Taitano, W.; Willert, J. A.; Womeldorff, G.: Multiscale high-order/low-order (HOLO) algorithms and applications (2017)
  16. Korn, Peter: Formulation of an unstructured grid model for global Ocean dynamics (2017)
  17. Maddison, J. R.; Hiester, H. R.: Optimal constrained interpolation in mesh-adaptive finite element modeling (2017)
  18. Chen, Qingshan; Ringler, Todd; Gent, Peter R.: Extending a potential vorticity transport eddy closure to include a spatially-varying coefficient (2016)
  19. Newman, Christopher; Womeldorff, Geoffrey; Knoll, Dana A.; Chacón, Luis: A communication-avoiding implicit-explicit method for a free-surface ocean model (2016)
  20. Peixoto, Pedro S.: Accuracy analysis of mimetic finite volume operators on geodesic grids and a consistent alternative (2016)

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