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Steady-state run on ADCIRC

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I am using ADCIRC to study the currents generated by wave forcing (radiation stress). Everything is working fine so far for me. I was reading a report where authors have shown plots of steady-state solution using ADCIRC. Is there any direct way that just by adjusting model parameters (NOLICA, NOLIFA, NOLICAT) in fort.15 file I can obtain steady-state solution?

Thanks,

Abhishek

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I am using ADCIRC to study the currents generated by wave forcing (radiation stress). Everything is working fine so far for me. I was reading a report where authors have shown plots of steady-state solution using ADCIRC. Is there any direct way that just by adjusting model parameters (NOLICA, NOLIFA, NOLICAT) in fort.15 file I can obtain steady-state solution?

Thanks,

Abhishek

Abhishek,

Setting NOLICAT to zero turns off the time-derivative terms, but I don't think this is what you'd want. I'm not sure exactly what you're referring to without knowing the reference, but I'm guessing you might want to look at the harmonic analysis features of ADCIRC. From this, you can get the steady component of water surface elevation (fort.53) and velocity (fort.54). I hope this helps.

Chris

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