[MITgcm-support] A question about OBCS package

michael schaferkotter schaferk at bellsouth.net
Fri Jul 29 17:07:15 EDT 2016


set OB_Ieast and OB_Iwest to 1.

it looks like your bathymetry is constant away from the boundary.

to read the bathymetry you could use matlab ( real*4) bathymetry file called 'myBathy'.
fmt='real*4'; ieee='b';

nx=NNX; ny=1;

T=rdda(infile,[nx ny],1,fmt,ieee);

The rdda is MITgcm utility to read binary files.


On Jul 29, 2016, at 6:27 AM, 宋 朋洋 wrote:

> Dear all,
> I am stuck with a strange problem when running a two-dimension model on internal wave.
> The picture below is the original temperature and topography setting for my model (time=0). But when you look into the first tile, you can find that the first colomn has water in the whole depth, which is contradictory with my topography setting. I am not sure whether or not should I set ‘OB_Ieast=-1’ and ‘OB_Iwest=1’in ‘data.obcs’ file. Or if there is anything else wrong?
> Thank you in advance for any help.
> <539C1958770F43F286B801DA3B738B80.png><B1CF1B859970442A97838695354D1D5C.png>
> Best regards,
> Pengyang Song
> College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
> Ocean University of China
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