The Algorithm for Transferring a Large Number of Radionuclide Particles in a Parallel Model of Ocean Hydrodynamics
The aim of the research is concerned with the description of algorithm of transferring a large, up to 106, number of radionuclide particles in a general circulation model of the ocean, INMIO. Much attention is paid to the functioning of the algorithm in conditions of the original model parallelism. The order of the information storage necessary in the course of model calculations is given in this paper. The important aspects of saving calculated results to external media are revealed. The algorithm of radionuclide particles decay is described. The results of the experiment obtained by calculation of the original model based on the configuration of the Laptev Sea are presented.
KeywordsLagrangian model Parallel computing Particles transfer Radioactive decay
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