# Finite volume method on unstructured grids in 3D with applications to the simulation of gravity waves

@article{Klassen2003FiniteVM, title={Finite volume method on unstructured grids in 3D with applications to the simulation of gravity waves}, author={L. Klassen and D. Kr{\"o}ner and P. Schott}, journal={Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics}, year={2003}, volume={82}, pages={259-270} }

Summary¶A code for the simulation of atmospheric flows in 3D is presented. The underlying mathematical model is fully compressible, it takes gravity into account but Coriolis forces, turbulence and viscosity are neglected. The general numerical code consists of a finite volume discretization on unstructured hexahedral grids in 3D. The code is presently being investigated on applications to the calculation of atmospheric gravity waves on a mesh which has a structured type and is locally refined… Expand

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