CSDMS 2.0: Moving Forward


Eckart Meiburg

University of California, SB, United States

This clinic will provide information on how laboratory scale flows and field scale flows can be simulated by direct numerical simulations (DNS) and large-eddy simulations (LES) using parallel, high-performance computing facilities. DNS results, from the software TURBINS, of gravity and turbidity currents propagating over complex sea floor topography will be discussed. The use of the PETSc software package within the DNS simulations will be highlighted. LES results of high Reynolds number gravity and turbidity currents, and reversing buoyancy currents over a flat topography will be discussed. Issues relevant to LES such as grid resolution, grid convergence, subgrid models and wall-layer modeling will also be discussed.

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Of interest for:
  • Coastal Working Group