mmazloff at MIT.EDU
Sat Nov 1 18:34:21 EDT 2008
I am using the adjusted atmos. state and the same SEAICE_OPTIONS.h
and data.seaice as in the cube sphere adjoint.
On Nov 1, 2008, at 2:52 PM, Patrick Heimbach wrote:
> is this using adjusted atmos. state, or pure NCEP forcings?
> Also, are you using B-grid or C-grid,
> and which of the two solvers, LSR or EVP?
> On Nov 1, 2008, at 4:07 PM, Matthew Mazloff wrote:
>> sorry, it wasn't the seaice_salinity....i had seaice dynamics
>> on...meant to turn them off at runtime.
>> So, new question: using seaice dynamics makes my model blow up.
>> Any advice on how to increase stability when using seaice dynamics?
>> On Oct 31, 2008, at 12:56 PM, Matthew Mazloff wrote:
>>> My model crashes when I #define SEAICE_SALINITY
>>> I just turned it on to keep up with ECCO2...but is this a flag
>>> that is even worth using. And if so, does anyone have any advice
>>> (besides to turn it back off)?
>>> ps> and could someone also let me know an expected value of
>>> seaice_hsalt_max so I know if I have initialized it properly
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