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COCOA : COmprehensive Coupling of Ocean and Atmosphere

Setting your model and config files for IPSLCM6 simulations with Schwarz

Documentation about the code modifications for Schwarz and more

  • NEMO: implementation of the Schwarz loop in NEMO
  • LMDZ: implementation of the Schwarz loop in LMDZ
  • models: insights on computing tendencies for several atmospheric models at each time step
  • reduced models: improving convergence with pre-iterations without horizontal physics

List of simulations

  • Schwarz VLRNOP: Simulations done in the VLRNOP configuration with Schwarz implemented in both NEMO and LMDZ and OASIS coupling activated
  • Schwarz in libIGCM: Simulations with the Schwarz looping done in libIGCM with the restarts of IPSLCM5A2

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