some questions about the WET_DRY

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some questions about the WET_DRY

#1 Post by panfeng291 »

Dear all,
If I use the WET_DRY simulation ,how to set the hc,hmin and the Tcline? My Vtransform == 1 and Vstretching == 1,so if the h is negative, the hc will be 0 and the model will blow up at the begin.
Thanks in advance

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#2 Post by jcwarner »

we have modified the code to allow for this. I am not sure exactly what is in the Rutgers version but if you have troubles make another post. The hc and hmin and all those i usually just set to 0. the code should handle it.
-john

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#3 Post by kate »

In the Rutgers code, we are now using Vstretching=4 and Vtransform=2, which will allow for any hc you like, independent of hmin.

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#4 Post by panfeng291 »

kate wrote:In the Rutgers code, we are now using Vstretching=4 and Vtransform=2, which will allow for any hc you like, independent of hmin.
Thanks for your reply, Kate.And do you mean that I must using Vstretching=4 Vtransform=2,if I want to active the WET_DRY?

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#5 Post by jcwarner »

i dont think she means that.
she means those setting may be more stable, but please try that and other settings for your particular application.

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#6 Post by jivica »

Use the source Luke ;)

ROMS/Nonlinear/set_depth.F

there is all you need, you can invent even new function ;)

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