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Fort.77 file format

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The basic file structure is shown below. Each line of output is represented by a line containing the output variable name(s) in bold face type. Blank lines are to enhance readability. Loops indicate multiple lines of output.

RUNDES, RUNID, AGRID

NDSETSE, NP, DTDP*NSPOOL_TVW, NSPOOL_TVW, IRTYPE

for j=1, NDSETSE

TIME, IT
for k=1, NP
k, DP(k)
end k loop

end j loop

Notes

The basic file structure is shown below. Each line of output is represented by a line containing the output variable name(s) in bold face type. Blank lines are to enhance readability. Loops indicate multiple lines of output.

RUNDES, RUNID, AGRID

NDSETGE, NP, DTDP*NSPOOLGE, NSPOOLGE, IRTYPE

for j=1, NDSETGE

TIME, IT
for k=1, NP
k, DP(k)
end k loop

end j loop

Notes

When this file is written in sparse format and therefore only receiving data for a small portion of the nodes (the weirs) the numbering will be referenced to the global node number. Only the change in elevation from the original fort.14 specified elevation will be written to the file.