%ADuane, Rosenberg%AAnnick, Pouquet%ARaffaele, Marino%APablo, Mininni%D2018%IJohns Hopkins Turbulence Databases
%TRotating Stratified Turbulence Dataset on 40963 Grid
%X{"Abstract":["The data is from a direct numerical simulation of rotating stratified turbulence on a 4096-cubed periodic grid using a pseudo-spectral parallel code, GHOST. The simulations are documented in Ref. 1. The relative strength of stratification vs. rotation is characterized by the ratio of the Brunt-Väisälä to inertial wave frequency, N/f = 4.95. The code solves the Boussinesq equations with a solid body rotation force acting as the only external forcing mechanism. Time integration uses fourth-order Runge-Kutta. The simulation is initialized with large-scale isotropic conditions on a coarser grid. As the simulation progresses resolution is increased, peaking with 4096-cubed at maximum dissipation. After the simulation has reached a statistical stationary state, 5 frames of data, which includes the 3 components of the velocity vector and the temperature fluctuations, are generated and written in files that can be accessed directly by the database (FileDB system)."]}
https://doi.org/10.7281/T1J964JJ%K
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