A Self-Adaptive Finite Element Model of the Atmosphere


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sfrickenhaus [ at ] awi-bremerhaven.de

Abstract

An adaptive finite elemente method is introduced ina simplified, nonlinear, global atmospheric circulation model to investigateinternally generated climate variability in the atmosphere.This article focusses on two aspects of the parallel implementation:fast grid partitioning with a space filling curve approach and couplingMPI-parallel solver libraries to the OpenMP-parallel model.



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Realizing Teracomputing : proceedings of the Tenth ECMWF Workshop on the Use of High Performance Computing in Meteorology, Reading, UKNovember 2002 / eds.: Walter Zwieflhofer; Norbert Kreitz. Singapore [u.a.] : World Scientific.
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7990
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Rakowsky, N. , Frickenhaus, S. , Hiller, W. , Läuter, M. , Handorf, D. and Dethloff, K. (2003): A Self-Adaptive Finite Element Model of the Atmosphere , Realizing Teracomputing : proceedings of the Tenth ECMWF Workshop on the Use of High Performance Computing in Meteorology, Reading, UKNovember 2002 / eds.: Walter Zwieflhofer; Norbert Kreitz. Singapore [u.a.] : World Scientific .


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