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Helge Avlesen

Helge Avlesen

Forsker II

heav@norceresearch.no
+47 56 10 75 04
Jahnebakken 5, 5007 Bergen, Norway

Jobber i all hovedsak i forsknings og utviklingsprosjekt som involverer numerisk havmodellering, på romlige skalaer fra Norskehavet, fjorder og ned til laboratorieskala på mm. Modellen jeg har vært mest involvert i heter Bergen Ocean Model (BOM). Typiske arbeidsoppgaver er etablering av modell for nye områder, modellering av spredning av materie i gitte områder, analyse av strøm, oppsett av modellgitter (gridding), tilpasning av drivkrefter, parallellisering av modellkode, ytelsesoptimalisering av modellkode, bidra i skriving av prosjektforslag og søknader.

Helge Avlesen

Divisjon

Klima og miljø

Forskergrupper

Earth Systems

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Publikasjoner
Assuring the integrity of offshore carbon dioxide storage – Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews 2022
Topographic effects on buoyancy driven flows along the slope – Environmental Fluid Mechanics 2022
Impact and detectability of hypothetical CCS offshore seep scenarios as an aid to storage assurance and risk assessment – International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 2020
Underpinning data for monitoring activities (including current statistics and carbon tracer quantifications) – NORCE 2019
Strøm- og temperaturforhold i Evangervatnet under smoltutgangen i 2018 – NORCE Norwegian Research Centre AS Bergen 2019
Modelling of extreme currents along the planned bridge in Bjørnafjorden. Part II: the importance of mixing schemes – NORCE 2019
The role of eddies on pathways, transports, and entrainment in dense water flows along a slope – Ocean Dynamics 2019
Modelling of extreme currents along the planned bridge in Bjørnafjorden – NORCE 2018
Effects of the bottom boundary condition in numerical investigations of dense water cascading on a slope – Ocean Dynamics 2018
Numerical investigations of dense water cascading on a slope - the role of the bottom boundary layer – 2017
Using Bayes theorem to quantify and reduce uncertainties when monitoring varying marine environments for indications of a leak – Energy Procedia 2017
Gravity currents down canyons: effects of rotation – Ocean Dynamics 2016
Simulating spatial and temporal varying CO2 signals fromsources at the seafloor to help designing risk-basedmonitoring programs – Journal of Geophysical Research (JGR): Oceans 2016
Internal pressure gradient errors in σ-coordinate ocean models in high resolution fjord studies – Ocean Modelling 2015
Layout of CCS monitoring infrastructure with highest probability of detecting a footprint of a CO2 leak in a varying marine environment – International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 2015
Technical report on environmental conditions and possible leak scenarios in the North Sea – UiB 2014
Technical report on verified and validated application of droplet/bubble plume-, geochemical- and general flow- models – UiB 2013
Stratified flow over complex topography: A model study of the bottom drag and associated mixing – Continental Shelf Research 2012
Numerisk simulering av strøm i Sørfjorden – Uni Research 2012
Tracking of passive, neutrally buoyant particles using the Bergen Ocean Model – Uni Research 2011
A study of two new splitting methods for the gravity part of the shallow water equations – Institutt for Informatikk 1998
A convergence study of two prognostic, sigma coordinate ocean models on a density driven flow in a quadratic basin – Institutt for Informatikk 1998
A convergence study of two prognostic, sigma coordinate ocean models on a dencity driven flow in a quadratic basin – Institutt for informatikk, UiB. 1998
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