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Asymptotic Stability of the Viscous–Plastic Sea Ice Rheology

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  • 1 School of Mathematics, University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom
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Abstract

The stability of the viscous–plastic rheology used extensively to model the dynamics of large–scale sea ice covers is studied. Using energy methods, it is shown that on a bounded domain, the viscous–plastic rheology is asymptotically stable when ocean drag terms are included.

Abstract

The stability of the viscous–plastic rheology used extensively to model the dynamics of large–scale sea ice covers is studied. Using energy methods, it is shown that on a bounded domain, the viscous–plastic rheology is asymptotically stable when ocean drag terms are included.

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