I would like to know what would happen with the atmosphere of Venus when it gets tidally locked, i.e. when one side would perpetually face the Sun.
Probably a thermal low would be at the subsolar region then.
At the surface Venus has an atmospheric pressure of 92 atm. and a temperature of 462$⁰$ C.
Are there General Circulation Models or Global Climate Models that can handle such input parameters ?
If so, are there GCM users (groups, universities etc.) who could run a tidally locked Venus simulation ?