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by hanbinglele
10 Nov 2016, 05:57
Forum: Elmer/Ice
Topic: Transfer basal drag from one mesh to another mesh
Replies: 14
Views: 9452

Re: Transfer basal drag from one mesh to another mesh

Hi, Fab Many thanks for your suggestions. I saved the basal drag coefficeint from inversion in a parallel running using ' saveLine '. So the beta.dat file was saved into 8 separate files (see attached screenshot). Then I tried to interpolate beta in another parallel running (see attached sif file). ...
by hanbinglele
04 Oct 2016, 01:28
Forum: Elmer/Ice
Topic: Transfer basal drag from one mesh to another mesh
Replies: 14
Views: 9452

Transfer basal drag from one mesh to another mesh

Hi, Elmer users I simulated the basal drag coefficients from the Adjoint Inverse methods for a 3D mesh (See attached fig). The mesh is just for grounded ice as the feeding glacier of the Wordie Ice Shlef on the Western Antarctic Peninsula. I am going to do sensitivity test about adding the ice shelf...
by hanbinglele
26 Sep 2016, 05:23
Forum: General
Topic: Transfer basal drag from one mesh to another mesh
Replies: 0
Views: 2349

Transfer basal drag from one mesh to another mesh

Hi, Elmer users I simulated the basal drag coefficients from the Adjoint Inverse methods for a 3D mesh (See attached fig). The mesh is just for grounded ice as the feeding glacier of the Wordie Ice Shlef on the Western Antarctic Peninsula. I am going to do sensitivity test about adding the ice shelf...
by hanbinglele
24 Mar 2016, 02:17
Forum: General
Topic: Saving results & restarting in a parallel run
Replies: 0
Views: 1855

Saving results & restarting in a parallel run

Hi, All I partitioned an extruded mesh into 4 partitions and then tried to run surface relaxation on this partitioned mesh in parallel way. mpirun -np 4 -bind-to-none ElmerSolver_mpi In the simulation section(SurfRelaxation.sif), I saved the results as the restart file for later inverse methods. [co...