An energy conserving method for simulating heat transfer in permafrost with hybrid modeling


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brian.groenke [ at ] awi.de

Abstract

Rapid climate change has lead to widespread warming of land surface temperatures throughout the Arctic, thereby accelerating the thawing of perennially frozen, carbon-rich soil, most commonly referred to as permafrost. Subsurface modeling of heat and water transport plays a key role in understanding how past, present, and future changes in the climate affect the rate and extent of permafrost thaw. We propose a novel hybrid modeling approach for solving by reparameterizing it as a universal partial differential equation, where the inverse enthalpy operator is represented by a universal approximator. Such a method would alleviate one of the major numerical difficulties in the simulation of two-phase heat transport and would allow for efficient and flexible modeling of permafrost at large time scales.



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Climate Informatics 2022, 09 May 2022 - 13 May 2022, Virtual.
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56218
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Groenke, B. , Miesner, F. , Langer, M. , Gallego, G. and Boike, J. (2022): An energy conserving method for simulating heat transfer in permafrost with hybrid modeling , Climate Informatics 2022, Virtual, 9 May 2022 - 13 May 2022 .


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