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== Fort.26 file ==
  
 
The fort.26 file contains the the SWAN runtime parameters as well as the "coupling" details between ADCIRC and SWAN.  This file is required to run the ADCIRC+SWAN model.  Note that the name "fort.26" is ADCIRC's name (and fortran unit number) for the SWAN input command file, typically named INPUT by default.   
 
The fort.26 file contains the the SWAN runtime parameters as well as the "coupling" details between ADCIRC and SWAN.  This file is required to run the ADCIRC+SWAN model.  Note that the name "fort.26" is ADCIRC's name (and fortran unit number) for the SWAN input command file, typically named INPUT by default.   
  
File Format
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== File Format ==
  
 
The format is detailed in the SWAN User's Manual, Chapter 3: http://swanmodel.sourceforge.net/download/zip/swanuse.pdf
 
The format is detailed in the SWAN User's Manual, Chapter 3: http://swanmodel.sourceforge.net/download/zip/swanuse.pdf
  
 
See Casey Dietrich's great webpage on running ADCIRC+SWAN [https://ccht.ccee.ncsu.edu/swanadcirc/]
 
See Casey Dietrich's great webpage on running ADCIRC+SWAN [https://ccht.ccee.ncsu.edu/swanadcirc/]

Revision as of 14:58, 12 February 2019

Fort.26 file

The fort.26 file contains the the SWAN runtime parameters as well as the "coupling" details between ADCIRC and SWAN. This file is required to run the ADCIRC+SWAN model. Note that the name "fort.26" is ADCIRC's name (and fortran unit number) for the SWAN input command file, typically named INPUT by default.

File Format

The format is detailed in the SWAN User's Manual, Chapter 3: http://swanmodel.sourceforge.net/download/zip/swanuse.pdf

See Casey Dietrich's great webpage on running ADCIRC+SWAN [1]