Ocean modeling on unstructured meshes

@inproceedings{Danilov2013OceanMO,
  title={Ocean modeling on unstructured meshes},
  author={Sergey Danilov},
  year={2013}
}
4 Unstructured meshes are common in coastal modeling, but still rarely used 5 for modeling the large-scale ocean circulation. Existing and new projects 6 aim at changing this situation by proposing models enabling a regional 7 focus (multiresolution) in global setups, without nesting and open bound8 aries. Among them, finite-volume models using the C-grid discretization on 9 Voronoi-centroidal meshes or cell-vertex quasi-B-grid discretization on trian10 gular meshes work well and offer the… CONTINUE READING

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