Typos
Typo in the model formulation
Hi,
Not a big deal, but the documentation should be correct.
In the v momentum equation, fu should changed to +fu
Bjørn Ådlandsvik
Not a big deal, but the documentation should be correct.
In the v momentum equation, fu should changed to +fu
Bjørn Ådlandsvik

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Typo in Wikiroms Functionals Section
Hi, I found another typo at WikiROMS Functionals section:
ana_nudgcoef.h is defined as: "For providing analytic atmospheric humidity"
Kind Regards,
Rafael
ana_nudgcoef.h is defined as: "For providing analytic atmospheric humidity"
Kind Regards,
Rafael
Re: Typos
I guess that there is a typo in P.91 of ROMS Manual.
The "ana_sbflux" in the sixth line from section 7.2.6 (Model forcing) is not in /Functionals.
Should it be "ana_srflux" ?
Best regards, KaiCheng, Hu.
The "ana_sbflux" in the sixth line from section 7.2.6 (Model forcing) is not in /Functionals.
Should it be "ana_srflux" ?
Best regards, KaiCheng, Hu.
Re: Typos
The WikiROMS page on open boundary conditions (https://www.myroms.org/wiki/index.php/B ... _condition) appears to have the multiplying gravity terms mixed up between the Flather and Chapman boundary conditions. The Flather boundary condition should have \sqrt{g/h} not \sqrt{gD} and vice versa for Chapman.
Re: Typos
I think there is another typo on WikiROMS in the section for horizontal and vertical advection (https://www.myroms.org/wiki/index.php/N ... _Advection). The units don't seem to be working out in the equation for advection of tracer C, or perhaps I am missing something.
Re: Typos
At risk of being super annoying, I have another possible typo:
On WikiROMS, under Equations of Motion > Horizontal Boundary Conditions (https://www.myroms.org/wiki/index.php/E ... Conditions), it says
On WikiROMS, under Equations of Motion > Horizontal Boundary Conditions (https://www.myroms.org/wiki/index.php/E ... Conditions), it says
However, the code in Utilities/metrics.F, when masking is defined for the simulation, says (Line 521)Boundary conditions on these masked regions are straightforward, with a choice of noslip or freeslip walls.
Set noslip boundary conditions on landmask boundaries regardless of supplied value of gamma2.
Re: Typos
I'm glad someone is finally reading this.kthyng wrote:The WikiROMS page on open boundary conditions (https://www.myroms.org/wiki/index.php/B ... _condition) appears to have the multiplying gravity terms mixed up between the Flather and Chapman boundary conditions. The Flather boundary condition should have \sqrt{g/h} not \sqrt{gD} and vice versa for Chapman.
Perhaps you are missing the fact that u,v still have units of m/s while omega is simply 1/s.The units don't seem to be working out in the equation for advection of tracer C, or perhaps I am missing something.
The code here is setting the land mask on psi points, used in:Set noslip boundary conditions on landmask boundaries regardless of supplied value of gamma2.
It seems that only the outside walls can have free slip or no slip if I understand the code correctly.! Compute fluxcomponents of the horizontal divergence of the stress
! tensor (m5/s2) in XI and ETAdirections.
Re: Typos
I think that the terms are inconsistent regardless of omega's units because the time derivative term has an extra length scale in the denominator. Also, with units of 1/s, the omega term then has two extra length scales in it, relative to the x and yderivative terms.Perhaps you are missing the fact that u,v still have units of m/s while omega is simply 1/s
That is my understanding as well. I do think it is then worth noting that masked regions in the interior of numerical domains are always noslip.It seems that only the outside walls can have free slip or no slip if I understand the code correctly.
Re: Typos
You should know that m is like 1/dx, n is like 1/dy, both having units of 1/m.kthyng wrote:I think that the terms are inconsistent regardless of omega's units because the time derivative term has an extra length scale in the denominator. Also, with units of 1/s, the omega term then has two extra length scales in it, relative to the x and yderivative terms.
You are right. It didn't used to be the case (when I understood what was going on), but Sasha has touched everything.That is my understanding as well. I do think it is then worth noting that masked regions in the interior of numerical domains are always noslip.
Re: Typos
OK, my fault. My comment referred to the 2010 manual and not to the draft.kate wrote:Are you sure you have the 2012 manual?
But the issues concerning "Vstretching" and "UV_COR" are still open since they refer to the Wiki. To be more specific here are the pages I refer to:
www.myroms.org/wiki/index.php/Variables#Vstretching
www.myroms.org/wiki/index.php/UV_COR