The course deals with numerical methods to solve the hydrodynamic equations. It includes finite differences in time and space, with analysis of shortcomings in terms of stability, truncation error, computational modes, numerical phase and group speed, etc. The course also includes computer projects and the programming of a shallow-water model.

Admittance requirements

Knowledge corresponding to Atmospheric Physics and Chemistry, 30 HECs (MO4000) or Meteorology I, 15 HECs (MO8001) and Meteorology II, 7.5 HECs (MO8002). Also required is knowledge equivalent to Swedish upper secondary school course English B/6.

Schedule

Schedule autumn 2019

Course literature

Döös, K.: Numerical Methods in Meteorology and Oceanography, Department of Meteorology, Stockholm University, 2008

Syllabus

The syllabus is a formal document for the course:

Course material

Grading criteria, course literature and other material and correspondence related to the course will be available on the course Athena-site at https://athena.itslearning.com or you can ask the responsible lecturer Kristofer Döös.

Course report

MO8007 Numeriska metoder i meteorologi och oceanografi, HT19, kursrapport (16 Kb)

 

Upcoming courses

Starts during the autumn semester.

Application

Via www.antagning.se (Swedish) or www.universityadmissions.se (English). For more information see Application and admissions.