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Opened 5 years ago

Closed 3 years ago

Last modified 22 months ago

#2190 closed Task (fixed)


Reported by: vancop Owned by: vancop
Priority: low Milestone: Documentation
Component: SI3 Version: trunk
Severity: minor Keywords: doc


Publish the future possible TEOS10_phase diagram.


Action ${ACTION_NAME} Subject
PI(S) Principal investigator(s)
Digest Brief description with motivations and main tasks
Branch NEMO/branches/$YEAR/dev_r{REV}_{ACTION_NAME}
Wiki wiki:${YEAR}WP/...


This section should be completed before starting to develop the code, in order to find agreement with the previewer(s) on the method beforehand.


Describe the goal of development, and the methodology.
Add reference documents or publications if relevant.


Describe flow chart of the changes in the code.
List the .F90 files and modules to be changed.
Detailed list of new variables (including namelists) to be defined, give for each the chosen name (following coding rules) and definition.

Reference manual and web pages updates

Using part 1 and 2, define the summary of changes to be done in reference manuals (tex files), guide (rst files) and in the content of web pages.

Once the PI has completed this section, he should send a mail to the previewer(s) asking them to preview the work within two weeks.

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comment:1 Changed 5 years ago by nicolasmartin

  • Owner set to vancop
  • Status changed from new to assigned

comment:2 Changed 3 years ago by vancop

  • Resolution set to fixed
  • Status changed from assigned to closed
  • wp_comment changed from Unspecified to This has been published (Vancoppenolle et al JGR 2019). The brine salinity and brine fraction relationships proposed could be readily adopted in the code. Sbr = −18.7T − 0.519T2 − 0.00535T3 Brine fraction = -S/Sbr This holds until the eutectic at -36.2°C and could be readily implemented wherever inconsistencies are fine (melt ponds in particular). Regarding vertical thermodynamics, we need to rewrite the whole heat diffusion if we want to be more accurate.

comment:3 Changed 22 months ago by nemo

  • Keywords doc added
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