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Solid transport with ADCIRC


Jose Maria
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:( Hi, everybody:

I am trying to get solid transport running ADCIRC. Hydrodynamic part works wonderfully, but I get nothing at all in terms of transport. I am checking on the file number 93 under "Files" in "Model control", unsuccesfully.

Can anybody give a hand?

Cheers,

Jose

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  • 2 weeks later...

I'm not sure what you mean by solid transport. According to the ADCIRC users manual, the fort.93 file is not yet supported.

Are you interested in modeling the movement of particles in your domain? The Particle Tracking Model works well with ADCIRC and can be purchased to add to your existing license.

If you are interested in something else, please give me more details on what you are looking for.

:( Hi, everybody:

I am trying to get solid transport running ADCIRC. Hydrodynamic part works wonderfully, but I get nothing at all in terms of transport. I am checking on the file number 93 under "Files" in "Model control", unsuccesfully.

Can anybody give a hand?

Cheers,

Jose

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Hi, Rusty:

Sorry, I am affraid I wrote in "Spanglish" and not in English. With "Solid transport" what I really mean is sediment transport, i.e. what breaking waves move parallel and normal to the shoreline (sand, gravel, etc.).

I have used the track particles, and it works very well.

Thanks again.

Regards from Abu Dhabi (where I am succesfully running now CMS, by the way, altough I'll come back with some doubts on this model).

Jose M.

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