|Nov 10, 2015|
|4 years 3 months ||Improves output of theta[WATER_PREF], by scaling it with the area
involved in preferential flow.
|4 years 3 months ||I already wrote where the mass balance could occur, and this seems
to solve it. When ice layers form, this can still cause problems.
|4 years 3 months ||This commit uses the matrix flow part in soil (i.e., pressure head)
as the lower boundary for the preferential flow in snow. It
basically switches off preferential flow in soil for now. Note that
there is still a mass balance error somewhere, but at
|4 years 3 months ||A few small fixes and improvements.
|Nov 2, 2015|
|4 years 3 months ||Hopefully, the tests would now work properly. Answer at 2 in the
|4 years 3 months ||Merging dev-branch up to and including rev. 856 into the
|4 years 3 months ||Small improvement of error message.
|4 years 3 months ||When reading a standard sno-file, the WATER_PREF is not present.
This commit reconstruct it from the other constituents.
|4 years 3 months ||Commit 852 introduced a mass-balance problem, so we remove it. We
make the preferential flow area a variable in the fuction, so it
doesn't need to be calculated every time again.
|Oct 30, 2015|
|4 years 3 months ||Backporting stable commits 854 and 855
|4 years 3 months ||A new script has been written, to convert various versions of the
sno files to the new SMET-based format.
|Oct 29, 2015|
|4 years 3 months ||small updates to the documentation so the "operational"
mode is less misleading
|Oct 20, 2015|
|4 years 4 months ||Improved initialisation for soil.
|Oct 19, 2015|
|4 years 4 months ||Scaling the water content in the preferential flow part using the
preferential flow area. This increases the wetness of the
preferential flow paths, which will have an immediate effect on
hydraulic conductivity. We therefore remove the specific initi
|4 years 4 months ||Improved mechanism to transfer between preferential and matrix flow,
all based on the water entry pressure. Also now taking into account
the area of snow involved in preferential flow (this approach
probably needs to be expanded to other parts of the
|Oct 15, 2015|
|4 years 4 months ||Now dev is merged back to trunk (again, it is so next time we do a
merge, we start from a reasonnably close point)
|4 years 4 months ||Another thing that was left out during the merge...
|4 years 4 months ||No clue why svn removed this file during the merge...
|4 years 4 months ||Declaring that dev has been reintegrated within truck. With the new
syntax, we can still use dev but at least for the next merge, it
won't try to merge commits that were merged a long time ago.
|4 years 4 months ||Bringing dev and trunk to the same status... Practically, committing
the adaptive time step to trunk