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CGWAVE error

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Hi:

I try to run the CGWAVE, but I got the error message:

RK(100,200)= 3.170142257167918E-002 3.153239944226074E-002

Reading Error from Input Files, ERROR IOE= 1

I don't know what's wrong with my model setting up.

Kevin

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Kevin,

Have you verified that your depth is not less than or equal to 0.0 somewhere in your mesh? Remember that for CGWAVE the node z values should be depths not elevations (positive, nonzero - a depth of 10 m is deeper than a depth of 1 m).

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Regards,

John

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Hi:

I got it working. Thank you. I have another question. In the model, we can set up the incident wave condition, how does the model define the direction of the wave? For example, if my boundary is semi-circular, the direction of 0 degress is normal to the semi-circular? Thank you.

Kevin

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Kevin,

Direction is CCW from the X-axis. Probably the easiest way to remember is to look at a model that has a solution (say the tutorial).

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