Online Elmer/Ice Course - November 2020

Instructors (in alphabetical order):

  • Samuel Cook
  • Olivier Gagliardini
  • Fabien Gillet-Chaulet
  • Peter Råback
  • Thomas Zwinger

Preparation

The material of the flow-line problem, Tete Rousse glacier and Elmer Ice Sheet (north greenland) are on GitHub. If you have no experience with git, you can simply download it as ZIP file.

Week 47 (16-20 November 2020)

During this week, you will have to watch a number of videos, following the order given in the table below.

Title Presentation Material Videos
Short Introduction pdf video
Short description of sif file pdf video
Flow-line model diagnostic pdf (all sessions) GitHub repository
1 Introduction video
2 Meshing video
3 Problem outline video
4 Solver Input File video
5 Run and post-process video
6 Sliding video
7 Heat-transfer video
Prognostic runs video

Online sessions during week 47

date time (CET) Instructions by Session
16/11 5 pm Thomas Elmer/Ice VM troubleshoot + questions exercises
17/11 9 am Thomas Elmer/Ice VM troubleshoot + questions exercises
18/11 5 pm Thomas questions concerning the hands-on exercises
19/11 9 am Thomas questions concerning the hands-on exercises

Week 48 (23-27 November 2020)

The program for Week 48 is the following:

  • Monday: Moving to 3d - Tete Rousse diagnostic - Olivier
  • Tuesday: Tete Rousse diagnostic - Olivier
  • Wednesday: Moving to 3d - Tete Rousse prognostic - Olivier
  • Thursday: Elmer/Ice-sheet (Lower order model and inverse problem) - Fabien
  • Friday: Elmer/Ice-sheet (Lower order model and inverse problem) - Fabien

Two possible slots / day to follow the course : 9am OR 5pm CET. Each slot will be approximately 2hours.

Here are the slides presented during the course as well as the material used.

Title Presentation Material videos
Tête Rousse pdf git Day 1 Day 2 Day 3
Elmer/Ice Sheet pdf git Day 4 Day 5
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