sandbox/Antoonvh/README

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    My Sandbox

    Welcome to the README of my sandbox. This page aims to provide an overview of the projects under /sandbox/Antoonvh/. The main theme here should be geophysical flows. More specifically, I am interested in the atmospheric boundary layer. I hope you find something that sparks your interest.

    -Antoon van Hooft-

    Physical Systems

    Atmospheric Flows

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    3D Turbulence

    2D Turbulence and Vortex Dynamics

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    Two-phase flows

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    Other

    Maths

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    Methods

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    Convergence tests

    Some tests were carried out to get a feeling for convergence rates when using grid adaptivity.

    1D Diffusion (2nd-order accurate multi-grid scheme)
    1D Advection (2nd-order accurate Bell-Cotella-Glaz scheme)

    1D Poisson problem (2nd-order accurate Multigrid Poisson solver)

    Accuracy of the Refinement and Prolongation attributes

    More tests

    Documentation

    I invested some time in reading the source code to get some additional information on how the tree-grid structure is implemented in Basilisk and how Adaptivity works. To organize my toughts I wrote it down.

    Cases as used in Van Hooft et al. (2018a)

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    Towards Adaptive Grids for Atmospheric Boundary-Layer Simulations
    By: J. Antoon van Hooft, Stephane Popinet, Chiel C van Heerwaarden, Steven J.A. van der Linden, Stephan R de Roode and Bas J.H. van de wiel.
    In: Boundary-layer meteorology.
    Vol 167, pp 421-443.
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10546-018-0335-9

    In order of appearance,

    Cases as used in Van Hooft et al. (2018b)

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    Adaptive Cartesian Meshes for Atmospheric Single-Column Models
    By J. Antoon van Hooft, Stéphane Popinet and Bas J.H. van de Wiel
    In: Geoscientific Model Development
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5194/gmd-11-4727-2018

    In order of appearance,

    Cases as used in Van Hooft et al. (2019, Accepted)

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    An Idealized Description for the Diurnal Cycle of the Dry Atmospheric Boundary Layer
    By J. Antoon van Hooft, Peter Baas, Maurice van Tiggelen, Cedrick Ansorge and Bas J.H. van de Wiel.
    Under review for the Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences

    In order of appearance,

    Pages for my PhD thesis

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    Modeling the Atmospheric Diurnal Cycle
    In order of appearance:

    Miscellaneous pages

    Contact

    If you like to discuss a specific topic, feel free to e-mail me: j.a.vanhooft-{\mathcal{A}}-tudelft.nl

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