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'''IM''' is an important parameter in the [[fort.15 file]] that defines numerical model formulation and dimension.  Among other things, IM specifies whether ADCIRC is 2D or 3D, solution of the governing equations is implicit or explicit in space, and whether the model formulation is barotropic or baroclinic. Existing documentation mentions IM = 10, but the IM definition doesn't say what this is.  [[User:Taylorgasher|Taylorgasher]] ([[User talk:Taylorgasher|talk]]) 17:45, 2 February 2019 (UTC)
'''IM''' is an important parameter in the [[fort.15 file]] that defines numerical model formulation and dimension.  Among other things, IM specifies whether ADCIRC is 2D or 3D, solution of the governing equations is implicit or explicit in space, and whether the model formulation is barotropic or baroclinic.

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IM is an important parameter in the fort.15 file that defines numerical model formulation and dimension. Among other things, IM specifies whether ADCIRC is 2D or 3D, solution of the governing equations is implicit or explicit in space, and whether the model formulation is barotropic or baroclinic.