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The fort.24 file contains ocean self-attraction and loading (SAL) tides<ref name=Ray>Ray, R.D., 1998. Ocean self-attraction and loading in numerical tidal models. Mar. Geod. 21, 181–192. doi:10.1080/01490419809388134</ref> that are used to force ADCIRC when [[NTIP]]=2 in the [[fort.15 file]].
 
The fort.24 file contains ocean self-attraction and loading (SAL) tides<ref name=Ray>Ray, R.D., 1998. Ocean self-attraction and loading in numerical tidal models. Mar. Geod. 21, 181–192. doi:10.1080/01490419809388134</ref> that are used to force ADCIRC when [[NTIP]]=2 in the [[fort.15 file]].
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== Specification ==
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The [[Grid_Development_and_Editing#OceanMesh2d|OceanMesh2D]] function "Make_f24" can be used to generate the fort.24 file from data-assimilated tidal solutions.
  
 
== File Format ==
 
== File Format ==
 
See [[fort.24 file format]] for details.<br>
 
See [[fort.24 file format]] for details.<br>
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== References ==
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[[Category:input files]]
 
[[Category:input files]]

Latest revision as of 21:31, 2 April 2020

The fort.24 file contains ocean self-attraction and loading (SAL) tides[1] that are used to force ADCIRC when NTIP=2 in the fort.15 file.

Specification

The OceanMesh2D function "Make_f24" can be used to generate the fort.24 file from data-assimilated tidal solutions.

File Format

See fort.24 file format for details.

References

  1. Ray, R.D., 1998. Ocean self-attraction and loading in numerical tidal models. Mar. Geod. 21, 181–192. doi:10.1080/01490419809388134