The PALM model system. PALM is an advanced and modern meteorological model system for atmospheric and oceanic boundary-layer flows. It has been developed as a turbulence-resolving large-eddy simulation (LES) model that is especially designed for performing on massively parallel computer architectures. Since PALM 5.0, the model is shipped along with several PALM-4U (PALM for urban applications, read: PALM for you) components that allow to employ the model for various urban applications ranging from the meso- to the microscale. The PALM model system is free software. It can be redistributed and/or modified under the terms of the GNU General Public License (v3). We kindly request that you cite PALM in all your publications. For details, see citing PALM.
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- Piotr Bartman, Sylwester Arabas, Kamil Górski, Anna Jaruga, Grzegorz Łazarski, Michael Olesik, Bartosz Piasecki, Aleksandra Talar: PySDM v1: particle-based cloud modelling package for warm-rain microphysics and aqueous chemistry (2021) arXiv
- Tom Grylls, Ivo Suter, Birgit S. Sützl, Sam Owens, David Meyer, Maarten van Reeuwijk: uDALES: large-eddy-simulation software for urban flow, dispersion, and microclimate modelling (2021) not zbMATH
- Ali Ramadhan; Gregory L. Wagner; Chris Hill; Jean-Michel Campin; Valentin Churavy; Tim Besard; Andre Souza; Alan Edelman; Raffaele Ferrari; John Marshall: Oceananigans.jl: Fast and friendly geophysical uid dynamics on GPUs (2020) not zbMATH