• understand how motions systems in the atmosphere cam be simulate with a computer model. • have knowledge about different of models used to simulate weather/ the atmosphere on different scales • have knowledge about and understand how approximations of the physics of the atmosphere can be done in different model types • be able to approximate the equations of motions using numerical methods • have knowledge about different methods used in numerical models • have knowledge about methods to evaluate results from a numerical weather model
Numerical approximations of different terms in the equation of motion. Finite differences, spectral methods. Different numerical models (RANS models, large eddy simulation, direct numerical simulation), characteristic features of the models. Different grid structures, Parameterisations of different processes.
Lectures, computer exercises, home assignments and project work
Written examination (6 credits), home assignment (1 credit) and project work (3 credits). To pass also requires approved computer exercises.
week 35, 2013
Warner, Thomas T.
Numerical weather and climate prediction