Turuncoglu_and_Curchitser_ROMS_Tutorial.pdf

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ROMS (Regional Ocean Modeling System) Tutorial Enrique Curchitser (1) & Ufuk Turuncoglu (2,3) (1) Rutgers University, Department of Environmental Sciences, US (2) Istanbul Technical University, Informatics Institute, Turkey (3) ICTP , Earth System Physics Section, Italy 28 Sept. – 1 Oct. 2015: School on Ocean Climate Modelling: Physical and Biogeochemical Dynamics of Semi- Enclosed Seas (smr2711)

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Outline Introduction to ROMS Requirements Key issues about grid generation Initial and boundary conditions Installation Test case (UPWELLING)
R egional O cean M odeling S ystem ( ROMS ) It is a three-dimensional, free-surface, terrain-following (via s- coordinates) numerical model. Assumptions: Boussinesq (density is nearly constant) It simplifies equation of motion water is incompressible velocities in the ocean is small compared with speed of sound vertical scale of motion is also small Hydrostatic (neglect of inertial accelerations in the vertical momentum eq.) It simplifies vertical component of the velocity Strict hydrostatic balance in all scales Wide range of applications More info:

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Requirements Grid Generation Initial and Boundary Condition T, S, U, V, ZETA Atmospheric Forcing Heat + Momentum Fluxes or Atm. Cond.
• Summer '17
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• Boundary value problem, Boundary conditions

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