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Modelling and Numerical Simulation of the Dynamics of Glaciers Including Local Damage Effects

G. JouvetM. PicassoJ. RappazM. HussM. Funk — 2011

Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena

A numerical model to compute the dynamics of glaciers is presented. Ice damage due to cracks or crevasses can be taken into account whenever needed. This model allows simulations of the past and future retreat of glaciers, the calving process or the break-off of hanging glaciers. All these phenomena are strongly affected by climate change. Ice is assumed to behave as an incompressible fluid with nonlinear viscosity, so that the velocity...

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