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problems:rheology [2013/11/27 07:01]
gag [Glen's flow law]
problems:rheology [2017/11/22 10:43] (current)
gag [Firn and Snow Rheology]
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 The rheology of **porous ice**, namely firn and snow, is represented using the porous law proposed by Gagliardini and Meyssonnier (1997). This law is implemented in Elmer/Ice in the [[solvers:​porous|Porous Solver]]. Density evolution can be computed from the mass conservation equation. ​ The rheology of **porous ice**, namely firn and snow, is represented using the porous law proposed by Gagliardini and Meyssonnier (1997). This law is implemented in Elmer/Ice in the [[solvers:​porous|Porous Solver]]. Density evolution can be computed from the mass conservation equation. ​
  
 +==== Damage ==== 
 +Damage is accounted for through the enhancement factor. Damage evolution is modelled following the approach in Krug et al. (2014). More information can be found [[userfunctions:​damage|here]].
problems/rheology.txt · Last modified: 2017/11/22 10:43 by gag
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