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Boundary Conditions in CMS-WAVE

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First I offer excuses for my bad English.

I’m from Colombia, and we are working whttp://ith SMS 10.0. We have a license to work with this on CMS-WAVE. Personally I’m coursing a Msc in Coastal Enginnering and I have this question. Let’s see the attached figure.

The figure show an explanatory picture. It show a computational grid, a wave an 2 boundaries. My question is: In boundary 2, how does CMS-WAVE work to simulate the wave transformation while they approach the coast?

Thanks for your help.

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Since you cannot have wave inputs on adjacent sides, I think what you want to do is rotate the grid so that the incoming waves run along the I axis of the grid. If you are going to want to consider waves from a variety of angles, you need to make your grid large enough that you can force from one side and the waves wouldn't cross the grid laterally before hitting the shoreline.

First I offer excuses for my bad English.

I’m from Colombia, and we are working whttp://ith SMS 10.0. We have a license to work with this on CMS-WAVE. Personally I’m coursing a Msc in Coastal Enginnering and I have this question. Let’s see the attached figure.

The figure show an explanatory picture. It show a computational grid, a wave an 2 boundaries. My question is: In boundary 2, how does CMS-WAVE work to simulate the wave transformation while they approach the coast?

Thanks for your help.

post-971-13174830591_thumb.jpg

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