Commit d42e636c8216071178e2087edcbb44b110cc1c92

Authored by dumoda01
1 parent 524b0746
Exists in master and in 1 other branch snow

Ajout a la documentation concernant la facon de specifier la glace.

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nml/airsea.nml
@@ -21,9 +21,10 @@ @@ -21,9 +21,10 @@
21 ! or dew point temperature in C (depending on wet_mode) 21 ! or dew point temperature in C (depending on wet_mode)
22 ! - cloud cover in 1/10 22 ! - cloud cover in 1/10
23 ! 23 !
24 -! ice_method -> method for taking sea ice account in light attenuation 24 +! ice_method -> method for taking sea ice into account
  25 +! in calculations of light attenuation
25 ! 0: No sea ice (ice=0) 26 ! 0: No sea ice (ice=0)
26 -! 1: Constant ice concentration 27 +! 1: Constant ice concentration (in %, default=50%)
27 ! 2: ice are read from ice_file 28 ! 2: ice are read from ice_file
28 ! 29 !
29 ! ice_file -> file with sea ice data (for calc_fluxes=.true.) 30 ! ice_file -> file with sea ice data (for calc_fluxes=.true.)
@@ -31,8 +32,8 @@ @@ -31,8 +32,8 @@
31 ! - ice concentration in % 32 ! - ice concentration in %
32 ! 33 !
33 ! iceatt -> Attenuation coefficient through ice 34 ! iceatt -> Attenuation coefficient through ice
34 -! (0.96 means that 4% of light will pass  
35 - through a complete ice cover) 35 +! (0.96 means that 4% of light will pass
  36 +! through a complete ice cover)
36 ! 37 !
37 ! wet_mode -> decides what is given in 7. column in meteo_file 38 ! wet_mode -> decides what is given in 7. column in meteo_file
38 ! 1: relative humidity 39 ! 1: relative humidity
@@ -45,7 +46,7 @@ @@ -45,7 +46,7 @@
45 ! 0: heat flux not prescribed 46 ! 0: heat flux not prescribed
46 ! 1: constant "const_swr" and "const_qh" given (see below) 47 ! 1: constant "const_swr" and "const_qh" given (see below)
47 ! 2: swr and qh are read from heatflux_file 48 ! 2: swr and qh are read from heatflux_file
48 - 49 +!
49 ! const_swr -> constant value of incoming short wave radiation in W/m^2 50 ! const_swr -> constant value of incoming short wave radiation in W/m^2
50 ! (always positive) 51 ! (always positive)
51 ! 52 !