The last version of the coupler, OASIS3-MCT_5.0, is now available !
To get it, please follow instructions at
OASIS3- MCT_5.0 comes with the following novelties:
Python, C and C++ bindings
A new load balancing analysis tool
An environment to use either SCRIP, ESMF or XIOS to generate regridding weights and to analyse the quality of the regridding
A new locally conservative remapping, to be used in particular for runoffs
Extension of BLASNEW operation to support combination of coupling fields
Improved and additional diagnostics in CHECKIN and CHECKOUT
SCRIPR/CONSERV option for normalisation by the true area of the grid cells
New options for global CONSERV
Extension of oasis_get_intracomm to support multiple components
Communication/exchange of simple scalars
Update examples in oasis3-mct/examples directory
Update to MCT 2.11
Update of compiling environment
Migration from SVN to GIT for source management
Migration of the OASIS3-MCT web site to Cerfacs, see the new site at
Inclusion of the number of neighbours used in the remapping file name
For SCRIPR/CONSERV, specification through the namcouple of North thresh and South thresh values, above which a Lambert projection is activated
New NetCDF file format setting through the namcouple
Overload oasis_def_var interface to support excluding the argument id_var_shape from the argument list
Systematic tests of NetCDF returned error code
Update oasis_abort to also write to unit 0 (stderr)- Different bugfixes
Have fun with this new version of OASIS3-MCT and let us know about your difficulties (if any) and successes !
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A new Small Private Online Course (SPOC) on OASIS3-MCT is planned from April 29 - May 12 2021.
Information about next SPOC session is available here.
To register please fill the following form.