[MITgcm-support] grid question
Menemenlis, Dimitris (3248)
Dimitris.Menemenlis at jpl.nasa.gov
Tue Dec 4 17:09:01 EST 2012
Hi, the (XG,YG) coordinates specify the southwest corner of each grid cell.
So U(i,j) represents the mean velocity between (XG(i,j),YG(i,j)) and (XG(i,j+1),YG(i,j+1))
and V(i,j) represents the mean velocity between (XG(i,j),YG(i,j)) and (XG(i+1,j),YG(i+1,j))
Look at MITgcm/model/inc/GRID.h for detailed description of grid.
On Dec 4, 2012, at 1:24 PM, Yuan Lian wrote:
> The outputs retain on the same grids as in simulations, unless they are specified in the diagnostics, e.g. using the diagnostics package.
> Jody Klymak <jklymak at uvic.ca> wrote:
>> No, I don't believe there is any interpolation. I'm pretty sure U is on the XG grid, and V on the XC (for example). Th actual gurus can let us know if I am mistaken.
>> Cheers, Jody
>> On Dec 4, 2012, at 10:24 AM, Ping Zhai <pingzhai at MIT.EDU> wrote:
>>> Hi Jody,
>>> Thanks for your reply. I know that U, V and S, T are calculated at different grids. I want to know whether MITgcm keeps these grids in the output or they interpolate the output U, V ...... on a normalized grids. Do you know that?
>>> On 12/4/2012 1:14 PM, Jody Klymak wrote:
>>>> Hi Ping,
>>>> Sec 2.11 Spatial discretization of the dynamical equations, of my version of the manual explains xc versus xg. I think in general "g" means boundaries (i.e. u in the x-direction), and "c" means centers (i.e. density).
>>>> Cheers, Jody
>>>> On Dec 4, 2012, at 10:02 AM, Ping Zhai <pingzhai at MIT.EDU> wrote:
>>>>> I have a question about the grids of some variables. The grids: XC, XG, YC, YG, RC and RG.
>>>>> My output files are like: U.0000691200.data and U.0000691200.meta
>>>>> What horizontal and vertical grids do these variables (U, V, Eta, S, T, UUtave, UTtave, ......) use?
>>>>> I searched in MITgcm manual, but could not find the information.
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