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Recommended variable naming in ARPEGE/IFS. (Technical and coding aspects)

Thursday 20 December 2018 by Karim Yessad
This documentation has for purpose to give a recommended standard root to name meteorological quantities which are used in the model.


MITRAILLETTE: ENVIRONNEMENT FILES AND USER’S GUIDE. VERSION v122018. (Coding, phasing, porting)

Thursday 20 December 2018 by Karim Yessad
Sommaire Abstract Contents MITRAILLETTE is a software designed to do some basic validations on ARPEGE, ALADIN, AROME, and versions used by ALADIN or HIRLAM partners. It is shared between METEO-FRANCE, ALADIN partners and HIRLAM partners. It is currently not (...)


ORGANISATION DES DONNEES, ET LEUR INITIALISATION, DANS ARPEGE/IFS: CYCLE 45T1. (Coding, phasing, porting)

Wednesday 25 October 2017 by Karim Yessad

CETTE DOCUMENTATION DONNE QUELQUES BASES SUR L’ORGANISATION DES DONNEES DANS ARPEGE/IFS, NOTAMMENT EN RELATION AVEC OOPS, ET L’ORDRE DANS LEQUEL ON INITIALISE LES DIFFERENTS OBJETS.



Meteo-France’s GIT toolbox: GIT-tools (Coding, phasing, porting)

Wednesday 7 September 2016 by Patricia
Sommaire GIT-GCP toolbox for Toulouse Upgrade of GIT-GCO toolbox This document by Claude Fischer introduces the GIT toolbox, developed at Meteo-France (MF) and used since CY39T1/CY40 as Source Code Repository (SCR) in Toulouse. Therefore, these GIT-tools also (...)


Keywords in the cycle 43 of ARPEGE/IFS. (Technical and coding aspects)

Thursday 25 February 2016 by Karim Yessad
Sommaire Abstract RESUME This documentation has the aim to attribute one or several keywords to each routine of the libraries ARPIFS and ALADIN. CETTE DOCUMENTATION A POUR BUT D’ATTRIBUER UN OU PLUSIEURS MOTS-CLE A CHAQUE ROUTINE DES PROJETS ARPIFS ET (...)


GMKPACK documentation or Getting started with gmkpack : environment to compile and make binaries (Coding, phasing, porting)

Wednesday 18 June 2014
This document has been written in order to help people to use the procedure gmkpack with a manual and a tutorial. In June 2014, It is the version 6.6.0. gmkpack is a procedure that has been written by GCO and Ryad El Khatib in order to create an environment to compile and make binaries from (...)


MF BULL new computer : use and newcomer’ s guide (Systems and operations)

Friday 16 May 2014 by Patricia
The documentation for getting started and using MF BULL new computer are on-line on the Partners’ part of the aladin website (information for Partners only, you should get logged in to see the article).


OOPS C++ Coding Guidelines (2013) (Coding, phasing, porting)

Wednesday 6 March 2013 by Patricia
This document " OOPS C++ Coding Guidelines was elaborated by Yannick Tremolet and the team of the OOPS technical review. The following guidelines are based on a draft document from Baudouin Raoult, and were updated following the OOPS code review 11-15 July (...)


Coding standards for ARPEGE, IFS and ALADIN Systems (Nov. 2011) (Coding, phasing, porting)

Monday 28 November 2011 by Patricia
This document summarizes the most important coding norms and rules one has to keep in mind while designing and writing a piece of code in the Arpège-IFS software : Standards for the presentation of the code Preliminary design of the code Detailed design of the code Detailed Fortran coding (...)


Rotated/Tilted Mercator Projection (2011) (Projections, grids and model resolutions)

Sunday 25 September 2011
The rotated/tilted Mercator geometry is introduced. The associated computations are developed. These computations involve formulae for : the direct geometric transform, the reverse geometric transform, the quantities associated to Coriolis force, the map factor, the transformation of vectors (...)


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