Martin.Losch at awi.de
Thu Jul 26 05:54:24 EDT 2012
I cannot read rar-files, but based on your text I advise this:
tutorial_global_oce_latlon may not be the best example to start from. I am not sure what you want to simulate, but if tides are important, then you may want to have a look at tidal_basin_2d (for time stepping parameters and non-linear free surface), internal_wave (code/obcs_calc.F) for an example of how to specifiy periodic forcing and exp4 for a more general example of how to use obcs.
I think your are fine with
OB_Iwest(29:118) = 1,
OB_Ieast(115:360) = -1, # this is that same as 260 in your case
OB_Jsouth(253:360)=1, will not work as your nx=260, you I guess you are getting the picture.
Then please search the support-list for tides, was these questions have been addressed often (in google search for "tides site:mitgcm.org/pipermail", unfortunately the search function on http://mitgcm.org/public/search.html does not work properly)
On Jul 26, 2012, at 11:37 AM, mohammad akbari wrote:
> Thank you for help me.
> Topgraphy is nx=260,ny=360 and nr=25. please see file size.h and
> Topogrphy of picture. In the left of picture the grid points 29:118,
> in the right of picture the grid points 115:360 and south 253:360 are
> my open boundaries.
> 1- I use from example tutrioal-global-oce-latlon. This example I add
> obcs. Is presentation open boundary follwing is correct?
> 2- How can apply tide to west
> - Done.
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