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=== Input Files <span style="color:red">Contributor needed</span> ===
 
=== Input Files <span style="color:red">Contributor needed</span> ===
  
Required: Every ADCIRC run requires the following two input files:
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'''Required''': Every ADCIRC run requires the following two input files:
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*[[fort.14 file]] - Grid file: Defines the ADCIRC triangular finite element grid
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*[[fort.15 file]] - Parameter file: Sets runtime parameters, frequency-dependent boundary forcing, and output options
  
[[fort.14 file]] - Grid file: Defines the ADCIRC triangular finite element grid
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'''Optional, frequently used''', depending on simulation configuration:
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*[[fort.13 file]] - Nodal Attribute file: Defines parameters (e.g., Mannings N, canopy cover) that can be set at specific nodes.
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*[[fort.22 file]] - Wind forcing file. The specific format of this file depends on the wind input format. See the NWS parameter in the fort.15 file description.
  
[[fort.15 file]] - Parameter file: Sets runtime parameters, frequency-dependent boundary forcing, and output options
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'''Optional''', depending on simulation forcing configuration:
 
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*''For coupled SWAN runs'':
 
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**[[fort.26 file]] - SWAN parameter file. Same format as a traditional SWAN input file, but with "SWAN unstructured grid" commands specific to the coupled ADCIRC+SWAN code.
Optional: Depending on simulation forcing configuration and setup:
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**[[swaninit file]] - SWAN init file. This is the same as in a traditional SWAN run.
 
 
[[fort.13 file]] - Nodal Attribute file: Defines parameters (e.g., Mannings N, canopy cover) that can be set at specific nodes.
 
 
 
[[fort.22 file]] - Wind forcing file.  The specific format of this file depends on the wind input format.  See the NWS parameter in the fort.15 file description.
 
 
 
 
 
Needed for coupled SWAN runs:
 
 
 
[[fort.26 file]] - SWAN parameter file. - Same format as a traditional SWAN input file, but with "SWAN unstructured grid" commands specific to the coupled ADCIRC+SWAN code.
 
 
 
[[swaninit file]] - SWAN init file. This is the same as in a traditional SWAN run.
 
  
 
=== Output Files <span style="color:red">Contributor needed</span> ===
 
=== Output Files <span style="color:red">Contributor needed</span> ===

Revision as of 16:27, 5 May 2019

ADCIRC File Formats

Input Files Contributor needed

Required: Every ADCIRC run requires the following two input files:

  • fort.14 file - Grid file: Defines the ADCIRC triangular finite element grid
  • fort.15 file - Parameter file: Sets runtime parameters, frequency-dependent boundary forcing, and output options

Optional, frequently used, depending on simulation configuration:

  • fort.13 file - Nodal Attribute file: Defines parameters (e.g., Mannings N, canopy cover) that can be set at specific nodes.
  • fort.22 file - Wind forcing file. The specific format of this file depends on the wind input format. See the NWS parameter in the fort.15 file description.

Optional, depending on simulation forcing configuration:

  • For coupled SWAN runs:
    • fort.26 file - SWAN parameter file. Same format as a traditional SWAN input file, but with "SWAN unstructured grid" commands specific to the coupled ADCIRC+SWAN code.
    • swaninit file - SWAN init file. This is the same as in a traditional SWAN run.

Output Files Contributor needed