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  • 17:29, 9 January 2012 ‎Dike and Groyne Model (hist) ‎[5,722 bytes] ‎Gcowles (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "It is a challenge for a terrain-following coordinate ocean model to simulate the flow field in an estuarine or coastal system with dikes and groynes. In most cases, the construct...")
  • 20:16, 13 November 2011 ‎Discretization (hist) ‎[4,677 bytes] ‎Gcowles (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "The original version of FVCOM was developed in the σ-coordinate transformation system. The code was subsequently upgraded to the generalized terrain-following coordinate system ...")
  • 00:31, 11 November 2011 ‎Postprocessing and Visualization (hist) ‎[1,006 bytes] ‎Gcowles (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "==Visit== FVCOM output can be visualized using the [ ViSit Visualization software]] using a plugin developed by D. Stuebe. Binaries for OS X an...")
  • 19:48, 10 November 2011 ‎Parallelization (hist) ‎[8,043 bytes] ‎Gcowles (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "The FVCOM code has been parallelized using a Single Processor Multiple Data (SPMD) approach (Cowles, 2008). The domain is decomposed using the METIS graph partitioning libraries....")
  • 18:37, 10 November 2011 ‎About (hist) ‎[5,900 bytes] ‎Gcowles (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "FVCOM is a prognostic, unstructured grid, finite-volume, free-surface, three-dimensional (3-D) primitive equations ocean model developed by Chen et al. (2003a). The original vers...")
  • 18:05, 10 November 2011 ‎Installation (hist) ‎[4,297 bytes] ‎Gcowles (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "This section describes the installation of FVCOM on your system. The preferred environment is Linux with OS X an option as well. Windows installation is possible but senseless...")
  • 15:07, 10 November 2011 ‎Primitive Equations (hist) ‎[3,783 bytes] ‎Gcowles (Talk | contribs) (Created page with " == Primitive Equations == The governing equations consist of the following momentum, continuity, temperature, salinity, and density equations: <math> \frac{\partial u}{\partia...")
  • 03:58, 10 November 2011 ‎Model Formulation (hist) ‎[23 bytes] ‎Gcowles (Talk | contribs) (Created page with "Primitive Equations")
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