Commit 389d24ca authored by Jean-Pierre Auclair's avatar Jean-Pierre Auclair

Started the Ocean Dynamics section. Figured out a way to make equations work using HTML

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More info at: https://bitbucket.org/douglatornell/uqar-winter-school More info at: https://bitbucket.org/douglatornell/uqar-winter-school
Exercise: Basic code automation: Using python, write a script that handles arguments, creates directories and moves/renames files. Exercise: Basic code automation: Using python, write a script that handles arguments, creates directories and moves/renames files.
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## Ocean Dynamics
- Global model: look like Perpetual Ocean, generally for climate simulations
- Regional model: see GoSL Observatory, generally for immediate use
Based on the Navier-Stokes Equations for incompressible fluid in a rotating frame of reference
- 3 momentum equations (one for each component)
- 1 continuity equation
- Boussinesq approximation (ρ = ρ_0 + ρ', ρ ~ ρ_0 except for gravity)
DNS: Direct Numerical Simulation
- Solve equations down to the smallest eddies
- Typically with periodic boundary conditions
RANS: Reynolds Averaged NS equations
1. Decompose u = u\_avg + u', u'\_avg = 0
2. Plug in NS, get NS\_avg + (u' · ∇ u')\_avg
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