sandbox/Antoonvh/README

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 can find something that interests you.

-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

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. (2018)

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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. (In press)

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Adaptive Cartesian Meshes for Atmospheric Single-Column Models
By J. Antoon van Hooft, Stephane Popinet and Bas J.H. van de Wiel
In: Geoscientific Model Development
GMD DOI link: https://doi.org/10.5194/gmd-2018-21

In order of appearance,

Miscellaneous pages

Contact

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