By T.N. Krishnamurti, H.S. Bedi, V. Hardiker, L. Ramaswamy
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Extra info for An Introduction to Global Spectral Modeling, Second Edition (Atmospheric and Oceanographic Sciences Library, 35)
Let H be the mean depth of the fluid, which is invariant with time, and h' be the perturbation height, so that h H h ' . Furthermore, with a flat surface at the bottom we assume wbottom 0 . We then have wtop dh dt § wu wv · § wu wv · H ¨ ¸ h '¨ ¸ . © wx wy ¹ © wx wy ¹ This equation can be written as dh dt wh wh wh u v wt wx wy § wu wv · § wu wv · H ¨ ¸ h '¨ ¸ . 64) After multiplying by g and defining the geopotential (I ) as I gh , we obtain the continuity equation: § wu wv · wI ' w w (uI ') (vI ') I ¨ ¸ 0 .
0 Evaluate du / dx at x S / 4 using (a) forward differencing, (b) centered differencing, (c) backward differencing, and (d) the second-order finite-difference analog. Analytically, u ( x) represents sin x . Which of the finite-difference formulas represents the best approximation to du / dx x S /4 ? 2. 1, evaluate u ( x) at x 7S /12 , given that the secondorder derivative of u ( x) at x S / 2 is exactly equal to its analytic value. 3. Consider Poisson’s equation 2\ G , where \ \ ( x, y ) and G G ( x, y ) .
The rate of amplification is small if 't is small, and the scheme is weakly unstable. The AdamsBashforth scheme is therefore suitable for short periods of integration with a small time step such as in a squall or flow past a mountain. 5 Implicit Schemes There are two types of implicit schemes, one is the fully implicit scheme discussed below and the other is a semi-implicit scheme discussed in Sec. 4. In the time-differencing schemes discussed so far, the time step should satisfy the CFL condition.
An Introduction to Global Spectral Modeling, Second Edition (Atmospheric and Oceanographic Sciences Library, 35) by T.N. Krishnamurti, H.S. Bedi, V. Hardiker, L. Ramaswamy