Troubles defining cartesian domain

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lindner_johannes@web.de
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Troubles defining cartesian domain

Postby lindner_johannes@web.de » Mon Jul 25, 2016 09:54

Hello MOHIDers,

I'm modelling a lake in Germany. Its deepest point is at 50.5 meters above mean sea level and my reference height is at 110 m, so the heighest value in my bathymetry file is 59.5.

I want to have 0.5 meters thick cartesian layers from the bottom up to 5 meters below reference level, and 0.1 meter thick layers above.

This is my Geometry file:

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MINIMUMDEPTH            : 0.1000
 
<begindomain>
ID                      : 1
TYPE                    : CARTESIAN
LAYERS                  : 109
EQUIDISTANT             : 0.5
DOMAINDEPTH             : 5
TOLERANCEDEPTH          : 0.0500
<enddomain>

<begindomain>
ID                      : 2
TYPE                    : CARTESIAN
LAYERS                  : 50
EQUIDISTANT             : 0.1
DOMAINDEPTH             : 0
TOLERANCEDEPTH          : 0.0500
<enddomain>


When I run the model, it outputs the water properties and hydrodynamics files as usual. But when I want to view the HDF files, I only see horizontal lines.

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What am I doing wrong?

lindner_johannes@web.de
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Re: Troubles defining cartesian domain

Postby lindner_johannes@web.de » Tue Jul 26, 2016 09:31

Wow, that was a stupid mistake... It had nothing to do with the geometry file. I work with metric coordinates but specified Simple Geometric in my bathymetry. :oops:


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