Implementation of a radiative-convective equilibrium model.
konrad - Radiative-convective equilibrium framework
The goal of
konrad is to provide a simple framework to run
radiative-convective equilibrium (RCE) simulations. It is build in an object
oriented structure to allow simple modifications of the model setup.
konrad requires Python 3.6 or higher. The recommended way to get
Python is through Anaconda.
But of course, any other Python distribution is also working.
Install stable release
You can install the latest stable version of
python -m pip install konrad
Konrad depends on the CliMT package. CliMT handles a variety of underlying FORTRAN code and provides precompiled binary wheels for some Python versions and operating systems.
However (for Python >3.7) the FORTRAN libraries need to be compiled locally. In this case, you need to specify a C compiler, a FORTRAN compiler, and the target architecture using the corresponding environment variables:
CC=gcc FC=gfortran TARGET=HASWELL python -m pip install konrad
On macOS, you may need to install the GCC compiler suite beforehand:
# Install GCC 11 and set it as C and Fortran compiler. brew install gcc@11 CC=gcc-11 FC=gfortran-11 # Set the target architecture (different for Apple M1 [arm64]). [[ $(uname -p) == arm64 ]] && TARGET=ARMV8 || TARGET=HASWELL # Install a trimmed down version of CliMT that ships RRTMG only. export CC FC TARGET python -m pip install git+https://github.com/atmtools/climt@rrtmg-only # Install konrad itself python -m pip install konrad
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