References in zbMATH (referenced in 13 articles )

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  1. Ma, Yuchen; Peltier, W. R.: Parametrization of irreversible diapycnal diffusivity in salt-fingering turbulence using DNS (2021)
  2. Calandrini, Sara; Pieper, Konstantin; Gunzburger, Max D.: Exponential time differencing for the tracer equations appearing in primitive equation ocean models (2020)
  3. Aggul, Mustafa; Connors, Jeffrey M.; Erkmen, Dilek; Labovsky, Alexander E.: A defect-deferred correction method for fluid-fluid interaction (2018)
  4. Chacón, L.; Chen, G.; Knoll, D. A.; Newman, C.; Park, H.; Taitano, W.; Willert, J. A.; Womeldorff, G.: Multiscale high-order/low-order (HOLO) algorithms and applications (2017)
  5. Gritsun, Andrey; Branstator, Grant: Numerical aspects of applying the fluctuation dissipation theorem to study climate system sensitivity to external forcings (2016)
  6. Newman, Christopher; Womeldorff, Geoffrey; Knoll, Dana A.; Chacón, Luis: A communication-avoiding implicit-explicit method for a free-surface ocean model (2016)
  7. Reuter, Balthasar; Aizinger, Vadym; Köstler, Harald: A multi-platform scaling study for an openmp parallelization of a discontinuous Galerkin ocean model (2015)
  8. Newman, C.; Knoll, D. A.: Physics-based preconditioners for ocean simulation (2013)
  9. Bernsen, Erik; Dijkstra, Henk A.; Thies, Jonas; Wubs, Fred W.: The application of Jacobian-free Newton-Krylov methods to reduce the spin-up time of ocean general circulation models (2010)
  10. Nesterov, Oleksandr: A simple parallelization technique with MPI for ocean circulation models (2010) ioport
  11. Hecht, Matthew W.; Holm, Darryl D.; Petersen, Mark R.; Wingate, Beth A.: Implementation of the LANS-(\alpha) turbulence model in a primitive equation ocean model (2008)
  12. Petersen, Mark R.; Hecht, Matthew W.; Wingate, Beth A.: Efficient form of the LANS-(\alpha) turbulence model in a primitive-equation ocean model (2008)
  13. Nadiga, Balasubramanya T.; Taylor, Mark; Lorenz, Jens: Ocean modelling for climate studies: Eliminating short time scales in long-term, high-resolution studies of ocean circulation (2006)