[MITgcm-support] aim.5l_LatLon Topography File Format
taimaz.bahadory at mun.ca
Wed Jul 18 10:45:06 EDT 2012
As this is an atmospheric model, I guess it just needs positive values for
above ground points and zeros for sea points (in the case of Height), or in
the case of pressure, 101,325 for sea-level and lesser values for other
heights (I tried both).
The errors it generates is:
AIM_DYN2AIM: Temp= 0.0000000000000E+00 out of range 100 400
AIM_DYN2AIM: Pb in i,j,k,bi,bj,myThid,I2,X,Y= 27 52 1 1 1 1 6555
STOP ABNORMAL END: S/R AIM_DYN2AIM
On Wed, Jul 18, 2012 at 10:42 AM, Chris Horvat <horvat at fas.harvard.edu>wrote:
> Should be a binary file with heights (or pressures). Just make sure that
> you reflect the sign convention, i.e. underwater, the sign is negative.
> What exactly is the error you recieve?
> On Wed, Jul 18, 2012 at 8:44 AM, taimaz.bahadory <taimaz.bahadory at mun.ca>wrote:
>> Hi everybody;
>> I'm trying to replace the "topo.filt_55.bin" in the "aim.5l_LatLon" input
>> directory with a topography file of mine, but the problem is I don't know
>> how was the "topo.filt_55.bin" file organized initially, that is, is it a
>> 3D data file containing only 0 and 1, or a 2D data file with values showing
>> the height of each point.
>> The model is running using this file with a 128x64 grid and 5 vertical
>> layers. I generated two different arbitrary binary files, one containing 3D
>> (128x64x5) zero and ones, and the other a 2D binary file (128x64) with
>> heights, both makes errors.
>> Any suggestion to use topo-files other that the one provided with the
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