Difference between revisions of "Keyword list"
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! scope="col" Option description  ! scope="col" Option description  
    
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PELAGIC_MODEL  PELAGIC_MODEL  
Pelagic model name to which ModuleBenthos will be coupled  Pelagic model name to which ModuleBenthos will be coupled  
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PELAGIC_MODEL  PELAGIC_MODEL  
Pelagic model name to which ModuleBenthos will be coupled  Pelagic model name to which ModuleBenthos will be coupled  
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ADVECTION_SCHEME  ADVECTION_SCHEME  
Numerical Discretization of Advection.  Numerical Discretization of Advection.  
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CentralDif (Central differences scheme)  CentralDif (Central differences scheme)  
    
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ADVECTION_SCHEME  ADVECTION_SCHEME  
Numerical Discretization of Advection.  Numerical Discretization of Advection.  
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UpwindOrder1 (Upwind scheme of 1st order)  UpwindOrder1 (Upwind scheme of 1st order)  
    
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DIFFUSION_SCHEME  DIFFUSION_SCHEME  
Numerical Discretization of Difusion.  Numerical Discretization of Difusion.  
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CentralDif (Central Differences discretization)  CentralDif (Central Differences discretization)  
    
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DOWNSTREAM_BOUNDARY  DOWNSTREAM_BOUNDARY  
Choose downstream boundary condition  Choose downstream boundary condition  
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ImposedWaterDepth  ImposedWaterDepth  
    
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DOWNSTREAM_BOUNDARY  DOWNSTREAM_BOUNDARY  
Choose downstream boundary condition  Choose downstream boundary condition  
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Normal (solves KynematicWave at the outlet)  Normal (solves KynematicWave at the outlet)  
    
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DOWNSTREAM_BOUNDARY  DOWNSTREAM_BOUNDARY  
Choose downstream boundary condition  Choose downstream boundary condition  
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Dam (flow at the outlet = 0.0)  Dam (flow at the outlet = 0.0)  
    
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FILE_IN_TIME  FILE_IN_TIME  
Downstream boundary condition evolution  Downstream boundary condition evolution  
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Constant evolution of downstream boundary condition (constant water depth)  Constant evolution of downstream boundary condition (constant water depth)  
    
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FILE_IN_TIME  FILE_IN_TIME  
Downstream boundary condition evolution  Downstream boundary condition evolution  
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Reads a time serie with water depth for downstream boundary condition  Reads a time serie with water depth for downstream boundary condition  
    
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HYDRODYNAMIC_APROX  HYDRODYNAMIC_APROX  
Chooses the hydrodynamic approximation to be solved in the momentum equation  Chooses the hydrodynamic approximation to be solved in the momentum equation  
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DiffusionWave (full St Venant equation except for advection)  DiffusionWave (full St Venant equation except for advection)  
    
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HYDRODYNAMIC_APROX  HYDRODYNAMIC_APROX  
Chooses the hydrodynamic approximation to be solved in the momentum equation  Chooses the hydrodynamic approximation to be solved in the momentum equation  
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DynamicWave (full St Venant equation)  DynamicWave (full St Venant equation)  
    
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HYDRODYNAMIC_APROX  HYDRODYNAMIC_APROX  
Chooses the hydrodynamic approximation to be solved in the momentum equation  Chooses the hydrodynamic approximation to be solved in the momentum equation  
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KinematicWave (friction = slope gradient)  KinematicWave (friction = slope gradient)  
    
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INITIALIZATION_METHOD  INITIALIZATION_METHOD  
Choose initialization method for this property.  Choose initialization method for this property.  
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Constant initialization of property  Constant initialization of property  
    
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−    +  Atmosphere 
RADIATION_METHOD  RADIATION_METHOD  
Method to compute solar radiation  Method to compute solar radiation  
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Climatologic solar radiation algorithm  Climatologic solar radiation algorithm  
    
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RADIATION_METHOD  RADIATION_METHOD  
Method to compute solar radiation  Method to compute solar radiation  
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CEQUALW2 solar radiation algorithm  CEQUALW2 solar radiation algorithm  
    
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−    +  FillMatrix 
FILE_IN_TIME  FILE_IN_TIME  
Defines the kind of reading operation performed in time to modify the field  Defines the kind of reading operation performed in time to modify the field  
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Read solution from various profiles in time  Read solution from various profiles in time  
    
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FILE_IN_TIME  FILE_IN_TIME  
Defines the kind of reading operation performed in time to modify the field  Defines the kind of reading operation performed in time to modify the field  
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The data is given at a certain location with a time serie. See time series to know about time series file format. File path is given in FILENAME. The number of the column containing needed data of the timeserie file must be indicated in DATA_COLUMN.  The data is given at a certain location with a time serie. See time series to know about time series file format. File path is given in FILENAME. The number of the column containing needed data of the timeserie file must be indicated in DATA_COLUMN.  
    
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−    +  FillMatrix 
FILE_IN_TIME  FILE_IN_TIME  
Defines the kind of reading operation performed in time to modify the field  Defines the kind of reading operation performed in time to modify the field  
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Matrix is not modified from reading values from file  Matrix is not modified from reading values from file  
    
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FILE_IN_TIME  FILE_IN_TIME  
Defines the kind of reading operation performed in time to modify the field  Defines the kind of reading operation performed in time to modify the field  
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INITIALIZATION_METHOD  INITIALIZATION_METHOD  
Initial condition data input method.  Initial condition data input method.  
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Read initial field from various profiles.  Read initial field from various profiles.  
    
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INITIALIZATION_METHOD  INITIALIZATION_METHOD  
Initial condition data input method.  Initial condition data input method.  
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Initialization by boxes (polygonal subdomains) for which a constant value is specified. Boxes are specified in separate file (path given by FILENAME keyword) blocks that have specific format.  Initialization by boxes (polygonal subdomains) for which a constant value is specified. Boxes are specified in separate file (path given by FILENAME keyword) blocks that have specific format.  
    
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INITIALIZATION_METHOD  INITIALIZATION_METHOD  
Initial condition data input method.  Initial condition data input method.  
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Initialization by horizontal layers. alues are specified with LAYERS_VALUES keyword.  Initialization by horizontal layers. alues are specified with LAYERS_VALUES keyword.  
    
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INITIALIZATION_METHOD  INITIALIZATION_METHOD  
Initial condition data input method.  Initial condition data input method.  
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Reads initial values from a time serie file. If necessary the initial value is interpolated in time.  Reads initial values from a time serie file. If necessary the initial value is interpolated in time.  
    
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INITIALIZATION_METHOD  INITIALIZATION_METHOD  
Initial condition data input method.  Initial condition data input method.  
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Constant value for all domain.  Constant value for all domain.  
    
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INITIALIZATION_METHOD  INITIALIZATION_METHOD  
Initial condition data input method.  Initial condition data input method.  
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Reads initial field from a HDF file. Field is interpolated in time if necessary.  Reads initial field from a HDF file. Field is interpolated in time if necessary.  
    
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INITIALIZATION_METHOD  INITIALIZATION_METHOD  
Initial condition data input method.  Initial condition data input method.  
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Initialization made by vertical profile. Horizontal distribution is considered uniform. Profile must be specified with NDEPTH, DEPTH_PROFILE and PROFILE_VALUES keywords. Layers must no correspond to vertical discretization. The program interpolates the data on the vertical as needed.  Initialization made by vertical profile. Horizontal distribution is considered uniform. Profile must be specified with NDEPTH, DEPTH_PROFILE and PROFILE_VALUES keywords. Layers must no correspond to vertical discretization. The program interpolates the data on the vertical as needed.  
    
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INITIALIZATION_METHOD  INITIALIZATION_METHOD  
Initial condition data input method.  Initial condition data input method.  
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Initialization made by an analitical vertical profile.  Initialization made by an analitical vertical profile.  
    
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INITIALIZATION_METHOD  INITIALIZATION_METHOD  
Initial condition data input method.  Initial condition data input method.  
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If griddata file is 2D and the domain is 3D, a unique value is assumed for the whole water column.  If griddata file is 2D and the domain is 3D, a unique value is assumed for the whole water column.  
    
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PROFILE_TYPE  PROFILE_TYPE  
Type of analitical profile  Type of analitical profile  
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Value = DefaultValue + CoefA * CellDepth / CoefB  Value = DefaultValue + CoefA * CellDepth / CoefB  
    
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PROFILE_TYPE  PROFILE_TYPE  
Type of analitical profile  Type of analitical profile  
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Value = DefaultValue  CoefA * exp( CellDepth / CoefB)  Value = DefaultValue  CoefA * exp( CellDepth / CoefB)  
    
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FACES_OPTION  FACES_OPTION  
Methodology to compute areas between cells  Methodology to compute areas between cells  
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Minimum thickness of the adjacent water columns (advanced user option)  Minimum thickness of the adjacent water columns (advanced user option)  
    
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FACES_OPTION  FACES_OPTION  
Methodology to compute areas between cells  Methodology to compute areas between cells  
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Average thickness of the adjacent water columns (advised option)  Average thickness of the adjacent water columns (advised option)  
    
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INITIALIZATION_METHOD  INITIALIZATION_METHOD  
Type of initialization used in the case of a lagrangian coordinate. This is also the reference coordinate in relation to which the lagrangian coordinate suffers distortion function of the vertical velocity  Type of initialization used in the case of a lagrangian coordinate. This is also the reference coordinate in relation to which the lagrangian coordinate suffers distortion function of the vertical velocity  
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Cartesian type coordinates  Cartesian type coordinates  
    
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INITIALIZATION_METHOD  INITIALIZATION_METHOD  
Type of initialization used in the case of a lagrangian coordinate. This is also the reference coordinate in relation to which the lagrangian coordinate suffers distortion function of the vertical velocity  Type of initialization used in the case of a lagrangian coordinate. This is also the reference coordinate in relation to which the lagrangian coordinate suffers distortion function of the vertical velocity  
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Sigma type coordinates  Sigma type coordinates  
    
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TYPE  TYPE  
Type of vertical coordinate of the domain  Type of vertical coordinate of the domain  
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A Cartesian Coordinate which is calculated downwards from the Digital Terrain (MOHID Land only)  A Cartesian Coordinate which is calculated downwards from the Digital Terrain (MOHID Land only)  
    
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TYPE  TYPE  
Type of vertical coordinate of the domain  Type of vertical coordinate of the domain  
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lower faces with the vertical flow velocity.  lower faces with the vertical flow velocity.  
    
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TYPE  TYPE  
Type of vertical coordinate of the domain  Type of vertical coordinate of the domain  
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Fixed Sediment coordinates  Fixed Sediment coordinates  
    
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TYPE  TYPE  
Type of vertical coordinate of the domain  Type of vertical coordinate of the domain  
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Fixed Spacing coordinates  used to study flows close to the bottom  Fixed Spacing coordinates  used to study flows close to the bottom  
    
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TYPE  TYPE  
Type of vertical coordinate of the domain  Type of vertical coordinate of the domain  
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Sigma coordinates  Sigma coordinates  
    
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TYPE  TYPE  
Type of vertical coordinate of the domain  Type of vertical coordinate of the domain  
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A Sigma Coordinate which is calculated downwards from the Digital Terrain (MOHID Land only). Needs Normal Sigma Below  A Sigma Coordinate which is calculated downwards from the Digital Terrain (MOHID Land only). Needs Normal Sigma Below  
    
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TYPE  TYPE  
Type of vertical coordinate of the domain  Type of vertical coordinate of the domain  
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coordinate was implemented in the geometry module to simulate reservoirs.  coordinate was implemented in the geometry module to simulate reservoirs.  
    
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TYPE  TYPE  
Type of vertical coordinate of the domain  Type of vertical coordinate of the domain  
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Cartesian coordinates  Cartesian coordinates  
    
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−    +  Interpolation 
KERNEL_TYPE  KERNEL_TYPE  
Type of kernel used in the convolution interpolations  Type of kernel used in the convolution interpolations  
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KERNEL_TYPE  KERNEL_TYPE  
Type of kernel used in the convolution interpolations  Type of kernel used in the convolution interpolations  
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METHODOLOGY  METHODOLOGY  
The methodology used in the interpolation process  The methodology used in the interpolation process  
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Conservative convolution  Conservative convolution  
    
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METHODOLOGY  METHODOLOGY  
The methodology used in the interpolation process  The methodology used in the interpolation process  
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METHODOLOGY  METHODOLOGY  
The methodology used in the interpolation process  The methodology used in the interpolation process  
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Bilinear  Bilinear  
    
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METHODOLOGY  METHODOLOGY  
The methodology used in the interpolation process  The methodology used in the interpolation process  
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Spline 2D  Spline 2D  
    
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METHODOLOGY  METHODOLOGY  
The methodology used in the interpolation process  The methodology used in the interpolation process  
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Inverse weight  Inverse weight  
    
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METHODOLOGY  METHODOLOGY  
The methodology used in the interpolation process  The methodology used in the interpolation process  
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Triangulation  Triangulation  
    
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NC_TYPE  NC_TYPE  
Cheks what class of NonConservative convolution process to use  Cheks what class of NonConservative convolution process to use  
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Smoothes the field using the PHI value  Smoothes the field using the PHI value  
    
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NC_TYPE  NC_TYPE  
Cheks what class of NonConservative convolution process to use  Cheks what class of NonConservative convolution process to use  
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Data  Data  
    
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NC_TYPE  NC_TYPE  
Cheks what class of NonConservative convolution process to use  Cheks what class of NonConservative convolution process to use  
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User defined kernel for the NonConservative convolution  User defined kernel for the NonConservative convolution  
    
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ROUTING  ROUTING  
The overland flow routing method. Possible values:  The overland flow routing method. Possible values:  
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Chezy Equation  Chezy Equation  
    
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ROUTING  ROUTING  
The overland flow routing method. Possible values:  The overland flow routing method. Possible values:  
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Manning Equation  Manning Equation  
    
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DIMENSION  DIMENSION  
Number of dimensions of the assimilation field  Number of dimensions of the assimilation field  
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ThreeDimensional property  ThreeDimensional property  
    
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DIMENSION  DIMENSION  
Number of dimensions of the assimilation field  Number of dimensions of the assimilation field  
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TwoDimensional property  TwoDimensional property  
    
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TYPE_ZUV  TYPE_ZUV  
Reference of the field to the grid.  Reference of the field to the grid.  
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Variable is referenced to the XX faces of the control volume  Variable is referenced to the XX faces of the control volume  
    
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TYPE_ZUV  TYPE_ZUV  
Reference of the field to the grid.  Reference of the field to the grid.  
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Variable is defined in the center of the control volume  Variable is defined in the center of the control volume  
    
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TYPE_ZUV  TYPE_ZUV  
Reference of the field to the grid.  Reference of the field to the grid.  
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Variable is referenced to the YY faces of the control volume  Variable is referenced to the YY faces of the control volume  
    
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TYPE_ZUV  TYPE_ZUV  
Reference of the field to the grid.  Reference of the field to the grid.  
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Variable is referenced to the YY faces of the control volume  Variable is referenced to the YY faces of the control volume  
    
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TYPE_ZUV  TYPE_ZUV  
Reference of the field to the grid.  Reference of the field to the grid.  
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Variable is referenced to the XX faces of the control volume  Variable is referenced to the XX faces of the control volume  
    
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TYPE_ZUV  TYPE_ZUV  
Reference of the field to the grid.  Reference of the field to the grid.  
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FREEVERT_IMPEXP_ADV  FREEVERT_IMPEXP_ADV  
Coeficient to compute vertical movement through implicit or explicit methods  Coeficient to compute vertical movement through implicit or explicit methods  
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Explicit  Explicit  
    
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FREEVERT_IMPEXP_ADV  FREEVERT_IMPEXP_ADV  
Coeficient to compute vertical movement through implicit or explicit methods  Coeficient to compute vertical movement through implicit or explicit methods  
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Implicit  Implicit  
    
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WS_TYPE  WS_TYPE  
Method to compute settling velocity  Method to compute settling velocity  
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Prescribe a constant settling velocity for particulate property  Prescribe a constant settling velocity for particulate property  
    
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WS_TYPE  WS_TYPE  
Method to compute settling velocity  Method to compute settling velocity  
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Compute settling velocity as function of cohesive sediment concentration  Compute settling velocity as function of cohesive sediment concentration  
    
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BAROCLINIC_RADIATION  BAROCLINIC_RADIATION  
Check if the user wants to radiate internal tides  Check if the user wants to radiate internal tides  
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No radiation  No radiation  
    
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BAROCLINIC_RADIATION  BAROCLINIC_RADIATION  
Check if the user wants to radiate internal tides  Check if the user wants to radiate internal tides  
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Vertical  Vertical  
    
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BAROCLINIC_RADIATION  BAROCLINIC_RADIATION  
Check if the user wants to radiate internal tides  Check if the user wants to radiate internal tides  
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Horizontal  Horizontal  
    
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CYCLIC_DIRECTION  CYCLIC_DIRECTION  
Check along which direction the user wants to impose a CYCLIC boundary condition  Check along which direction the user wants to impose a CYCLIC boundary condition  
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Direction Y  Direction Y  
    
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CYCLIC_DIRECTION  CYCLIC_DIRECTION  
Check along which direction the user wants to impose a CYCLIC boundary condition  Check along which direction the user wants to impose a CYCLIC boundary condition  
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Direction x  Direction x  
    
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CYCLIC_DIRECTION  CYCLIC_DIRECTION  
Check along which direction the user wants to impose a CYCLIC boundary condition  Check along which direction the user wants to impose a CYCLIC boundary condition  
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Directions X and Y  Directions X and Y  
    
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DISCRETIZATION  DISCRETIZATION  
Check what type of implicit discretization in time is choose for the global equations  Check what type of implicit discretization in time is choose for the global equations  
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Abbott Scheme  4 equations per iteration  Abbott Scheme  4 equations per iteration  
    
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DISCRETIZATION  DISCRETIZATION  
Check what type of implicit discretization in time is choose for the global equations  Check what type of implicit discretization in time is choose for the global equations  
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Leendertse Scheme  6 equations per iteration  Leendertse Scheme  6 equations per iteration  
    
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EVOLUTION  EVOLUTION  
Checks out if the user pretends to actualize the hydrodynamic properties computing the equations or reading them from a file there is also the possibility of read the residual flow of the last run and maintain the instant properties equal to the residual ones. The user can also say that the hydrodynamic properties have always null value.  Checks out if the user pretends to actualize the hydrodynamic properties computing the equations or reading them from a file there is also the possibility of read the residual flow of the last run and maintain the instant properties equal to the residual ones. The user can also say that the hydrodynamic properties have always null value.  
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Residual hydrodynamic  Residual hydrodynamic  
    
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EVOLUTION  EVOLUTION  
Checks out if the user pretends to actualize the hydrodynamic properties computing the equations or reading them from a file there is also the possibility of read the residual flow of the last run and maintain the instant properties equal to the residual ones. The user can also say that the hydrodynamic properties have always null value.  Checks out if the user pretends to actualize the hydrodynamic properties computing the equations or reading them from a file there is also the possibility of read the residual flow of the last run and maintain the instant properties equal to the residual ones. The user can also say that the hydrodynamic properties have always null value.  
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No hydrodynamic  No hydrodynamic  
    
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EVOLUTION  EVOLUTION  
Checks out if the user pretends to actualize the hydrodynamic properties computing the equations or reading them from a file there is also the possibility of read the residual flow of the last run and maintain the instant properties equal to the residual ones. The user can also say that the hydrodynamic properties have always null value.  Checks out if the user pretends to actualize the hydrodynamic properties computing the equations or reading them from a file there is also the possibility of read the residual flow of the last run and maintain the instant properties equal to the residual ones. The user can also say that the hydrodynamic properties have always null value.  
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Read file  Read file  
    
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EVOLUTION  EVOLUTION  
Checks out if the user pretends to actualize the hydrodynamic properties computing the equations or reading them from a file there is also the possibility of read the residual flow of the last run and maintain the instant properties equal to the residual ones. The user can also say that the hydrodynamic properties have always null value.  Checks out if the user pretends to actualize the hydrodynamic properties computing the equations or reading them from a file there is also the possibility of read the residual flow of the last run and maintain the instant properties equal to the residual ones. The user can also say that the hydrodynamic properties have always null value.  
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Solve equations  Solve equations  
    
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EVOLUTION  EVOLUTION  
Checks out if the user pretends to actualize the hydrodynamic properties computing the equations or reading them from a file there is also the possibility of read the residual flow of the last run and maintain the instant properties equal to the residual ones. The user can also say that the hydrodynamic properties have always null value.  Checks out if the user pretends to actualize the hydrodynamic properties computing the equations or reading them from a file there is also the possibility of read the residual flow of the last run and maintain the instant properties equal to the residual ones. The user can also say that the hydrodynamic properties have always null value.  
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1D vertical model of the water column. Only coriolis and wind stress. Neuman conditions of horizontal null gradient are imposed for velocities and water level.  1D vertical model of the water column. Only coriolis and wind stress. Neuman conditions of horizontal null gradient are imposed for velocities and water level.  
    
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IMPLICIT_VERTADVECTION  IMPLICIT_VERTADVECTION  
Check if the vertical advection is implicit  Check if the vertical advection is implicit  
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Explicit  Explicit  
    
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IMPLICIT_VERTADVECTION  IMPLICIT_VERTADVECTION  
Check if the vertical advection is implicit  Check if the vertical advection is implicit  
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Hybrid for option in (0.0, 1.0)  Hybrid for option in (0.0, 1.0)  
    
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IMPLICIT_VERTADVECTION  IMPLICIT_VERTADVECTION  
Check if the vertical advection is implicit  Check if the vertical advection is implicit  
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Implicit  Implicit  
    
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IMPLICIT_VERTDIFFUSION  IMPLICIT_VERTDIFFUSION  
Check if the vertical advection is implicit  Check if the vertical advection is implicit  
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Implicit  Implicit  
    
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IMPLICIT_VERTDIFFUSION  IMPLICIT_VERTDIFFUSION  
Check if the vertical advection is implicit  Check if the vertical advection is implicit  
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Hybrid for option in (0.0, 1.0)  Hybrid for option in (0.0, 1.0)  
    
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IMPLICIT_VERTDIFFUSION  IMPLICIT_VERTDIFFUSION  
Check if the vertical advection is implicit  Check if the vertical advection is implicit  
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Explicit  Explicit  
    
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−    +  Hydrodynamic 
LOCAL_SOLUTION  LOCAL_SOLUTION  
Check what type o local (or reference) solution the user wants to use as a reference for the radiative and relaxation boundary conditions  Check what type o local (or reference) solution the user wants to use as a reference for the radiative and relaxation boundary conditions  
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Gauge  Gauge  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Hydrodynamic 
LOCAL_SOLUTION  LOCAL_SOLUTION  
Check what type o local (or reference) solution the user wants to use as a reference for the radiative and relaxation boundary conditions  Check what type o local (or reference) solution the user wants to use as a reference for the radiative and relaxation boundary conditions  
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No local solution  No local solution  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Hydrodynamic 
LOCAL_SOLUTION  LOCAL_SOLUTION  
Check what type o local (or reference) solution the user wants to use as a reference for the radiative and relaxation boundary conditions  Check what type o local (or reference) solution the user wants to use as a reference for the radiative and relaxation boundary conditions  
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Submodel  Submodel  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Hydrodynamic 
LOCAL_SOLUTION  LOCAL_SOLUTION  
Check what type o local (or reference) solution the user wants to use as a reference for the radiative and relaxation boundary conditions  Check what type o local (or reference) solution the user wants to use as a reference for the radiative and relaxation boundary conditions  
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AssimilaPlusSubModel  AssimilaPlusSubModel  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Hydrodynamic 
LOCAL_SOLUTION  LOCAL_SOLUTION  
Check what type o local (or reference) solution the user wants to use as a reference for the radiative and relaxation boundary conditions  Check what type o local (or reference) solution the user wants to use as a reference for the radiative and relaxation boundary conditions  
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AssimilaGaugeSubModel  AssimilaGaugeSubModel  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Hydrodynamic 
LOCAL_SOLUTION  LOCAL_SOLUTION  
Check what type o local (or reference) solution the user wants to use as a reference for the radiative and relaxation boundary conditions  Check what type o local (or reference) solution the user wants to use as a reference for the radiative and relaxation boundary conditions  
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GaugePlusSubModel  GaugePlusSubModel  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Hydrodynamic 
LOCAL_SOLUTION  LOCAL_SOLUTION  
Check what type o local (or reference) solution the user wants to use as a reference for the radiative and relaxation boundary conditions  Check what type o local (or reference) solution the user wants to use as a reference for the radiative and relaxation boundary conditions  
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AssimilationField  AssimilationField  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Hydrodynamic 
RADIATION  RADIATION  
Checks if the user wants to impose the Flather 1974 radiation boundary condition or other  Checks if the user wants to impose the Flather 1974 radiation boundary condition or other  
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No Radiation  No Radiation  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Hydrodynamic 
RADIATION  RADIATION  
Checks if the user wants to impose the Flather 1974 radiation boundary condition or other  Checks if the user wants to impose the Flather 1974 radiation boundary condition or other  
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FlatherWindWave_  FlatherWindWave_  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Hydrodynamic 
RADIATION  RADIATION  
Checks if the user wants to impose the Flather 1974 radiation boundary condition or other  Checks if the user wants to impose the Flather 1974 radiation boundary condition or other  
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BlumbergKantha_  BlumbergKantha_  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Hydrodynamic 
RADIATION  RADIATION  
Checks if the user wants to impose the Flather 1974 radiation boundary condition or other  Checks if the user wants to impose the Flather 1974 radiation boundary condition or other  
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FlatherLocalSolution_  FlatherLocalSolution_  
    
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−    +  Hydrodynamic 
UP_CENTER  UP_CENTER  
Check if the horizontal advection discretization is upstream or center differences. By default advection is computed using a Upstream scheme  Check if the horizontal advection discretization is upstream or center differences. By default advection is computed using a Upstream scheme  
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Centred differences  Centred differences  
    
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−    +  Hydrodynamic 
UP_CENTER  UP_CENTER  
Check if the horizontal advection discretization is upstream or center differences. By default advection is computed using a Upstream scheme  Check if the horizontal advection discretization is upstream or center differences. By default advection is computed using a Upstream scheme  
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Hybrid for option in (0,1)  Hybrid for option in (0,1)  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Hydrodynamic 
UP_CENTER  UP_CENTER  
Check if the horizontal advection discretization is upstream or center differences. By default advection is computed using a Upstream scheme  Check if the horizontal advection discretization is upstream or center differences. By default advection is computed using a Upstream scheme  
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Upstream  Upstream  
    
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−    +  Hydrodynamic 
VELNORMALBOUNDARY  VELNORMALBOUNDARY  
Checks the velocities the user want to impose in the exterior faces  Checks the velocities the user want to impose in the exterior faces  
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null gradient  null gradient  
    
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−    +  Hydrodynamic 
VELNORMALBOUNDARY  VELNORMALBOUNDARY  
Checks the velocities the user want to impose in the exterior faces  Checks the velocities the user want to impose in the exterior faces  
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null value  null value  
    
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−    +  Hydrodynamic 
VELTANGENTIALBOUNDARY  VELTANGENTIALBOUNDARY  
Checks the velocities the user want to impose between two boundary points  Checks the velocities the user want to impose between two boundary points  
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null value  null value  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Hydrodynamic 
VELTANGENTIALBOUNDARY  VELTANGENTIALBOUNDARY  
Checks the velocities the user want to impose between two boundary points  Checks the velocities the user want to impose between two boundary points  
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null gradient  null gradient  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Hydrodynamic 
WIND  WIND  
Checks if the user want to consider the effect of the wind stress. By default the wind stress is not compute  Checks if the user want to consider the effect of the wind stress. By default the wind stress is not compute  
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wind forcing  wind forcing  
    
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−    +  Hydrodynamic 
WIND  WIND  
Checks if the user want to consider the effect of the wind stress. By default the wind stress is not compute  Checks if the user want to consider the effect of the wind stress. By default the wind stress is not compute  
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wind forcing with a smooth start  wind forcing with a smooth start  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Hydrodynamic 
WIND  WIND  
Checks if the user want to consider the effect of the wind stress. By default the wind stress is not compute  Checks if the user want to consider the effect of the wind stress. By default the wind stress is not compute  
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No wind forcing  No wind forcing  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  HydrodynamicFile 
BAT_INTEGRATION_TYPE  BAT_INTEGRATION_TYPE  
It is posible to calculate the new bathymetry (spacial integration) using two different options  It is posible to calculate the new bathymetry (spacial integration) using two different options  
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Each new integrated cell has the maximum value of the cells used to do the integration of that cell  Each new integrated cell has the maximum value of the cells used to do the integration of that cell  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  HydrodynamicFile 
BAT_INTEGRATION_TYPE  BAT_INTEGRATION_TYPE  
It is posible to calculate the new bathymetry (spacial integration) using two different options  It is posible to calculate the new bathymetry (spacial integration) using two different options  
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The depth of the integrated cell is obtained by the average of the cells used to do the integration of that cell.  The depth of the integrated cell is obtained by the average of the cells used to do the integration of that cell.  
    
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−    +  HydrodynamicFile 
IN_FILE_TYPE  IN_FILE_TYPE  
Input File Type  Input File Type  
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−    +  HydrodynamicFile 
IN_FILE_TYPE  IN_FILE_TYPE  
Input File Type  Input File Type  
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−    +  HydrodynamicFile 
IN_FILE_VERSION  IN_FILE_VERSION  
Input File Version  Input File Version  
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−    +  HydrodynamicFile 
IN_FILE_VERSION  IN_FILE_VERSION  
Input File Version  Input File Version  
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Only available if LOAD_TO_MEMORY = 0  Only available if LOAD_TO_MEMORY = 0  
    
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−    +  HydrodynamicFile 
OUT_FILE_VERSION  OUT_FILE_VERSION  
Controls the version of the output file  Controls the version of the output file  
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−    +  HydrodynamicFile 
OUT_FILE_VERSION  OUT_FILE_VERSION  
Controls the version of the output file  Controls the version of the output file  
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−    +   Water 
−    +  Jet 
LOCAL_TYPE  LOCAL_TYPE  
Methodology to define the ambient variables  Methodology to define the ambient variables  
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Uniform water colum  Uniform water colum  
    
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−    +  Jet 
LOCAL_TYPE  LOCAL_TYPE  
Methodology to define the ambient variables  Methodology to define the ambient variables  
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3D field generated by the MOHID system  3D field generated by the MOHID system  
    
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−    +  Jet 
LOCAL_TYPE  LOCAL_TYPE  
Methodology to define the ambient variables  Methodology to define the ambient variables  
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Water column where the density and velocity have a linear profile  Water column where the density and velocity have a linear profile  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Jet 
PARAMETERIZATION  PARAMETERIZATION  
Parametrization used to simulate the entrainmenet process  Parametrization used to simulate the entrainmenet process  
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Parameterization based on CORJET model  Parameterization based on CORJET model  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Jet 
PARAMETERIZATION  PARAMETERIZATION  
Parametrization used to simulate the entrainmenet process  Parametrization used to simulate the entrainmenet process  
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Parameterization based on JETLAG model  Parameterization based on JETLAG model  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Lagrangian 
ACCIDENT_METHOD  ACCIDENT_METHOD  
The how to distribute initially the particles if the emission type is accident  The how to distribute initially the particles if the emission type is accident  
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The "Thickness" option  The "Thickness" option  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Lagrangian 
ACCIDENT_METHOD  ACCIDENT_METHOD  
The how to distribute initially the particles if the emission type is accident  The how to distribute initially the particles if the emission type is accident  
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The "Fay" option  The "Fay" option  
    
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−    +  Lagrangian 
DENSITY_METHOD  DENSITY_METHOD  
Way to calculate particle density  Way to calculate particle density  
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Constant  Constant  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Lagrangian 
DENSITY_METHOD  DENSITY_METHOD  
Way to calculate particle density  Way to calculate particle density  
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Leendertse  Leendertse  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Lagrangian 
DENSITY_METHOD  DENSITY_METHOD  
Way to calculate particle density  Way to calculate particle density  
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UNESCO  UNESCO  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Lagrangian 
EMISSION_SPATIAL  EMISSION_SPATIAL  
The type of spatial emission.  The type of spatial emission.  
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Emission at a single point  Emission at a single point  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Lagrangian 
EMISSION_SPATIAL  EMISSION_SPATIAL  
The type of spatial emission.  The type of spatial emission.  
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Emission as accident  Emission as accident  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Lagrangian 
EMISSION_SPATIAL  EMISSION_SPATIAL  
The type of spatial emission.  The type of spatial emission.  
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Emission from a Box  Emission from a Box  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Lagrangian 
EMISSION_TEMPORAL  EMISSION_TEMPORAL  
The type of temporal emission  The type of temporal emission  
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−    +   Water 
−    +  Lagrangian 
EMISSION_TEMPORAL  EMISSION_TEMPORAL  
The type of temporal emission  The type of temporal emission  
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−    +   Water 
−    +  Lagrangian 
MOVEMENT  MOVEMENT  
The type of particle aleatory horizontal movement  The type of particle aleatory horizontal movement  
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Do not consider any aleatory horizontal component  Do not consider any aleatory horizontal component  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Lagrangian 
MOVEMENT  MOVEMENT  
The type of particle aleatory horizontal movement  The type of particle aleatory horizontal movement  
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Parameterization based on Sullivan Allen formulation  Parameterization based on Sullivan Allen formulation  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Lagrangian 
MOVING_ORIGIN_UNITS  MOVING_ORIGIN_UNITS  
The Units in which the moving origin position is given  The Units in which the moving origin position is given  
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The units are meters  The units are meters  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Lagrangian 
MOVING_ORIGIN_UNITS  MOVING_ORIGIN_UNITS  
The Units in which the moving origin position is given  The Units in which the moving origin position is given  
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The units are given as cells  The units are given as cells  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Lagrangian 
OUTPUT_CONC  OUTPUT_CONC  
Output Integration Type  Output Integration Type  
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Uses average values for integration  Uses average values for integration  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Lagrangian 
OUTPUT_CONC  OUTPUT_CONC  
Output Integration Type  Output Integration Type  
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Uses maximum values for integration  Uses maximum values for integration  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Lagrangian 
SEDIMENTATION  SEDIMENTATION  
Sedimentation type.  Sedimentation type.  
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−    +   Water 
−    +  Lagrangian 
SEDIMENTATION  SEDIMENTATION  
Sedimentation type.  Sedimentation type.  
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−    +   Water 
−    +  Lagrangian 
T90_VAR_METHOD_1  T90_VAR_METHOD_1  
Method to compute T90 function.  Method to compute T90 function.  
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Fecal decay according to Canteras et al. (1995)  Fecal decay according to Canteras et al. (1995)  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Lagrangian 
T90_VAR_METHOD_1  T90_VAR_METHOD_1  
Method to compute T90 function.  Method to compute T90 function.  
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Fecal decay according to Chapra (1997)  Fecal decay according to Chapra (1997)  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Lagrangian 
TURB_V  TURB_V  
Vertical turbulence parameterization  Vertical turbulence parameterization  
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Parameterization based on the velocity profile  Parameterization based on the velocity profile  
    
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−    +  Lagrangian 
TURB_V  TURB_V  
Vertical turbulence parameterization  Vertical turbulence parameterization  
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Constant Parameterization  Constant Parameterization  
    
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−    +  Lagrangian 
VOLUME_INCREASE  VOLUME_INCREASE  
The way volume increase is calculated  The way volume increase is calculated  
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The doublication occour after the time given by TVOL200, but also depends on the local velocity  The doublication occour after the time given by TVOL200, but also depends on the local velocity  
    
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−    +  Lagrangian 
VOLUME_INCREASE  VOLUME_INCREASE  
The way volume increase is calculated  The way volume increase is calculated  
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The doublication occour after the time given by TVOL200  The doublication occour after the time given by TVOL200  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Oil 
DISPERSIONMETHOD  DISPERSIONMETHOD  
Method for Dispersion  Method for Dispersion  
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Dispersion parameterized with Delvigne formulation  Dispersion parameterized with Delvigne formulation  
    
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−    +  Oil 
DISPERSIONMETHOD  DISPERSIONMETHOD  
Method for Dispersion  Method for Dispersion  
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Dispersion parameterized with Mackay formulation  Dispersion parameterized with Mackay formulation  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Oil 
EMULSIFICATIONMETHOD  EMULSIFICATIONMETHOD  
Method for Emulsification  Method for Emulsification  
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Emulsification parameterized following Mackay formulation  Emulsification parameterized following Mackay formulation  
    
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−    +  Oil 
EMULSIFICATIONMETHOD  EMULSIFICATIONMETHOD  
Method for Emulsification  Method for Emulsification  
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Emulsification parameterized following Rasmussen formulation  Emulsification parameterized following Rasmussen formulation  
    
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−    +  Oil 
EVAPORATIONMETHOD  EVAPORATIONMETHOD  
Method for Evaporation  Method for Evaporation  
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Evaporation computed with evaporative exposure method  Evaporation computed with evaporative exposure method  
    
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−    +  Oil 
EVAPORATIONMETHOD  EVAPORATIONMETHOD  
Method for Evaporation  Method for Evaporation  
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Evaporation computed with pseudocomponents method  Evaporation computed with pseudocomponents method  
    
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−    +  Oil 
EVAPORATIONMETHOD  EVAPORATIONMETHOD  
Method for Evaporation  Method for Evaporation  
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Evaporation computed with Fingas formulations  Evaporation computed with Fingas formulations  
    
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−    +  Oil 
FINGAS_EVAP_EQTYPE  FINGAS_EVAP_EQTYPE  
Evaporation Equation Type  Evaporation Equation Type  
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Square Root Equation Type for Evaporation  Square Root Equation Type for Evaporation  
    
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−    +  Oil 
FINGAS_EVAP_EQTYPE  FINGAS_EVAP_EQTYPE  
Evaporation Equation Type  Evaporation Equation Type  
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Logarithmic Equation Type for Evaporation  Logarithmic Equation Type for Evaporation  
    
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−    +  Oil 
OILTYPE  OILTYPE  
Oil Type  Oil Type  
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Crude Oil  Crude Oil  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Oil 
OILTYPE  OILTYPE  
Oil Type  Oil Type  
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Refined oil  Refined oil  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Oil 
SPREADINGMETHOD  SPREADINGMETHOD  
Method for Spreading  Method for Spreading  
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Mechanical spreading simply based on Fay theory  Mechanical spreading simply based on Fay theory  
    
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−    +  Oil 
SPREADINGMETHOD  SPREADINGMETHOD  
Method for Spreading  Method for Spreading  
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Oil mechanical spreading based on thickness gradients, parameterized with fay theory  Oil mechanical spreading based on thickness gradients, parameterized with fay theory  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  SedimentProperties 
DIFFUSION_METHOD  DIFFUSION_METHOD  
Method to compute diffusion coefficeient correction for the sediments. 1  Berner, 1980 ; 2  Soetaert, 1996  Method to compute diffusion coefficeient correction for the sediments. 1  Berner, 1980 ; 2  Soetaert, 1996  
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Berner, 1980  Berner, 1980  
    
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−    +  SedimentProperties 
DIFFUSION_METHOD  DIFFUSION_METHOD  
Method to compute diffusion coefficeient correction for the sediments. 1  Berner, 1980 ; 2  Soetaert, 1996  Method to compute diffusion coefficeient correction for the sediments. 1  Berner, 1980 ; 2  Soetaert, 1996  
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Soetaert, 1996  Soetaert, 1996  
    
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−    +  Turbulence 
MLD_Method  MLD_Method  
    
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Maximum value of BruntVaisalla frequency (N)  Maximum value of BruntVaisalla frequency (N)  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Turbulence 
MLD_Method  MLD_Method  
    
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Richardson number (Ri) superior to a critical value.  Richardson number (Ri) superior to a critical value.  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Turbulence 
MLD_Method  MLD_Method  
    
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Turbulent kinetic energy (TKE) inferior to a predefined minimum.  Turbulent kinetic energy (TKE) inferior to a predefined minimum.  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Turbulence 
MODTURB  MODTURB  
Vertical eddy viscosity model  Vertical eddy viscosity model  
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Vertical viscosity is specified using an ASCII file containing grid data. The file is defined in the block: begin_viscosity_v/end_viscosity_v. Use of this block is specified in the FillMatrix module (Mohid Base 2 project)  Vertical viscosity is specified using an ASCII file containing grid data. The file is defined in the block: begin_viscosity_v/end_viscosity_v. Use of this block is specified in the FillMatrix module (Mohid Base 2 project)  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Turbulence 
MODTURB  MODTURB  
Vertical eddy viscosity model  Vertical eddy viscosity model  
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Constant eddy viscosity model. Viscosity value is specified with keyword "VISCOSITY_V". Typical values for real (ocean or estuaries) are in the range 0.1  10, depending on vertical length scale and vertical grid spacing.  Constant eddy viscosity model. Viscosity value is specified with keyword "VISCOSITY_V". Typical values for real (ocean or estuaries) are in the range 0.1  10, depending on vertical length scale and vertical grid spacing.  
    
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−    +  Turbulence 
MODTURB  MODTURB  
Vertical eddy viscosity model  Vertical eddy viscosity model  
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Uses Nihoul turbulence scheme.  Uses Nihoul turbulence scheme.  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Turbulence 
MODTURB  MODTURB  
Vertical eddy viscosity model  Vertical eddy viscosity model  
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Uses Leendertsee turbulence scheme.  Uses Leendertsee turbulence scheme.  
    
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−    +  Turbulence 
MODTURB  MODTURB  
Vertical eddy viscosity model  Vertical eddy viscosity model  
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Uses Pacanowski turbulence scheme.  Uses Pacanowski turbulence scheme.  
    
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−    +  Turbulence 
MODTURB  MODTURB  
Vertical eddy viscosity model  Vertical eddy viscosity model  
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Uses a turbulence equation for closure. This is only to be used with GOTM module.  Uses a turbulence equation for closure. This is only to be used with GOTM module.  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Turbulence 
MODTURB  MODTURB  
Vertical eddy viscosity model  Vertical eddy viscosity model  
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Uses Backhaus turbulence scheme.  Uses Backhaus turbulence scheme.  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Turbulence 
MODVISH  MODVISH  
Horizontal eddy viscosity model.  Horizontal eddy viscosity model.  
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−    +   Water 
−    +  Turbulence 
MODVISH  MODVISH  
Horizontal eddy viscosity model.  Horizontal eddy viscosity model.  
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Smagorinsky turbulence scheme.  Smagorinsky turbulence scheme.  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  Turbulence 
MODVISH  MODVISH  
Horizontal eddy viscosity model.  Horizontal eddy viscosity model.  
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−    +   Water 
−    +  Turbulence 
MODVISH  MODVISH  
Horizontal eddy viscosity model.  Horizontal eddy viscosity model.  
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Constant horizontal viscosity  Constant horizontal viscosity  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  WaterProperties 
ADV_METHOD_H  ADV_METHOD_H  
Horizontal advection discretization.  Horizontal advection discretization.  
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UpwindOrder1  UpwindOrder1  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  WaterProperties 
ADV_METHOD_H  ADV_METHOD_H  
Horizontal advection discretization.  Horizontal advection discretization.  
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P2_TVD  P2_TVD  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  WaterProperties 
ADV_METHOD_H  ADV_METHOD_H  
Horizontal advection discretization.  Horizontal advection discretization.  
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CentralDif  CentralDif  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  WaterProperties 
ADV_METHOD_H  ADV_METHOD_H  
Horizontal advection discretization.  Horizontal advection discretization.  
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UpwindOrder2  UpwindOrder2  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  WaterProperties 
ADV_METHOD_H  ADV_METHOD_H  
Horizontal advection discretization.  Horizontal advection discretization.  
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UpwindOrder3  UpwindOrder3  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  WaterProperties 
ADV_METHOD_V  ADV_METHOD_V  
Vertical advection discretization.  Vertical advection discretization.  
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UpwindOrder1  UpwindOrder1  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  WaterProperties 
ADV_METHOD_V  ADV_METHOD_V  
Vertical advection discretization.  Vertical advection discretization.  
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UpwindOrder3  UpwindOrder3  
    
−    +   Water 
−    +  WaterProperties 
ADV_METHOD_V  ADV_METHOD_V  
Vertical advection discretization.  Vertical advection discretization.  
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P2_TVD  P2_TVD  
    
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ADV_METHOD_V  ADV_METHOD_V  
Vertical advection discretization.  Vertical advection discretization.  
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UpwindOrder2  UpwindOrder2  
    
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ADV_METHOD_V  ADV_METHOD_V  
Vertical advection discretization.  Vertical advection discretization.  
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CentralDif  CentralDif  
    
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−    +  WaterProperties 
ADVECTION_H_IMP_EXP  ADVECTION_H_IMP_EXP  
Horizontal advection computed using a implicit/explicit discretization for this property.  Horizontal advection computed using a implicit/explicit discretization for this property.  
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Explicit discretization  Explicit discretization  
    
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ADVECTION_H_IMP_EXP  ADVECTION_H_IMP_EXP  
Horizontal advection computed using a implicit/explicit discretization for this property.  Horizontal advection computed using a implicit/explicit discretization for this property.  
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Implicit discretization  Implicit discretization  
    
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ADVECTION_V_IMP_EXP  ADVECTION_V_IMP_EXP  
Vertical advection computed using a implicit/explicit discretization for this property.  Vertical advection computed using a implicit/explicit discretization for this property.  
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Explicit discretization.  Explicit discretization.  
    
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ADVECTION_V_IMP_EXP  ADVECTION_V_IMP_EXP  
Vertical advection computed using a implicit/explicit discretization for this property.  Vertical advection computed using a implicit/explicit discretization for this property.  
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Implicit discretization.  Implicit discretization.  
    
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BOUNDARY_CONDITION  BOUNDARY_CONDITION  
Boundary condition for this property.  Boundary condition for this property.  
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VerticalDiffusion  VerticalDiffusion  
    
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BOUNDARY_CONDITION  BOUNDARY_CONDITION  
Boundary condition for this property.  Boundary condition for this property.  
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CyclicBoundary  CyclicBoundary  
    
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BOUNDARY_CONDITION  BOUNDARY_CONDITION  
Boundary condition for this property.  Boundary condition for this property.  
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Orlanski  Orlanski  
    
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BOUNDARY_CONDITION  BOUNDARY_CONDITION  
Boundary condition for this property.  Boundary condition for this property.  
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MassConservation  MassConservation  
    
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BOUNDARY_CONDITION  BOUNDARY_CONDITION  
Boundary condition for this property.  Boundary condition for this property.  
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NullGradient  NullGradient  
    
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BOUNDARY_CONDITION  BOUNDARY_CONDITION  
Boundary condition for this property.  Boundary condition for this property.  
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SubModel  SubModel  
    
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BOUNDARY_CONDITION  BOUNDARY_CONDITION  
Boundary condition for this property.  Boundary condition for this property.  
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ImposedValue  ImposedValue  
    
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BOUNDARY_INITIALIZATION  BOUNDARY_INITIALIZATION  
Processes considered to initialize the boundary values of this property  Processes considered to initialize the boundary values of this property  
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A value exterior to the domain is be imposed (a constant value).  A value exterior to the domain is be imposed (a constant value).  
    
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BOUNDARY_INITIALIZATION  BOUNDARY_INITIALIZATION  
Processes considered to initialize the boundary values of this property  Processes considered to initialize the boundary values of this property  
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in the same cells during the domain initialization.  in the same cells during the domain initialization.  
    
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DECAY_TIME  DECAY_TIME  
Decay time of this property in the boundary.  Decay time of this property in the boundary.  
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Property value at the boundary remains constant.  Property value at the boundary remains constant.  
    
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DENSITY_METHOD  DENSITY_METHOD  
Method to compute water density  Method to compute water density  
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Leendertse  Leendertse  
    
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DENSITY_METHOD  DENSITY_METHOD  
Method to compute water density  Method to compute water density  
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UNESCO (insitu temperature)  UNESCO (insitu temperature)  
    
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−    +  WaterProperties 
DENSITY_METHOD  DENSITY_METHOD  
Method to compute water density  Method to compute water density  
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Linear  Linear  
    
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DENSITY_METHOD  DENSITY_METHOD  
Method to compute water density  Method to compute water density  
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Jackett and McDougall 1995  Jackett and McDougall 1995  
    
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DENSITY_METHOD  DENSITY_METHOD  
Method to compute water density  Method to compute water density  
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Mellor 1996  Mellor 1996  
    
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DIFFUSION_V_IMP_EXP  DIFFUSION_V_IMP_EXP  
Vertical diffusion computed using a implicit/explicit discretization for this property.  Vertical diffusion computed using a implicit/explicit discretization for this property.  
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Explicit discretization.  Explicit discretization.  
    
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DIFFUSION_V_IMP_EXP  DIFFUSION_V_IMP_EXP  
Vertical diffusion computed using a implicit/explicit discretization for this property.  Vertical diffusion computed using a implicit/explicit discretization for this property.  
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Implicit discretization.  Implicit discretization.  
    
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DOSAT_TYPE  DOSAT_TYPE  
Method to compute dissolved oxygen saturation  Method to compute dissolved oxygen saturation  
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Apha  Apha  
    
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DOSAT_TYPE  DOSAT_TYPE  
Method to compute dissolved oxygen saturation  Method to compute dissolved oxygen saturation  
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Henry  Henry  
    
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DOSAT_TYPE  DOSAT_TYPE  
Method to compute dissolved oxygen saturation  Method to compute dissolved oxygen saturation  
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Mortimer  Mortimer  
    
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TVD_LIMIT_H  TVD_LIMIT_H  
Horizontal TVD limitation  Horizontal TVD limitation  
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MinMod  MinMod  
    
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TVD_LIMIT_H  TVD_LIMIT_H  
Horizontal TVD limitation  Horizontal TVD limitation  
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PDM  PDM  
    
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TVD_LIMIT_H  TVD_LIMIT_H  
Horizontal TVD limitation  Horizontal TVD limitation  
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Muscl  Muscl  
    
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TVD_LIMIT_H  TVD_LIMIT_H  
Horizontal TVD limitation  Horizontal TVD limitation  
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Superbee  Superbee  
    
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TVD_LIMIT_H  TVD_LIMIT_H  
Horizontal TVD limitation  Horizontal TVD limitation  
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VanLeer  VanLeer  
    
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TVD_LIMIT_V  TVD_LIMIT_V  
Vertical TVD limitation  Vertical TVD limitation  
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VanLeer  VanLeer  
    
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TVD_LIMIT_V  TVD_LIMIT_V  
Vertical TVD limitation  Vertical TVD limitation  
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TVD_LIMIT_V  TVD_LIMIT_V  
Vertical TVD limitation  Vertical TVD limitation  
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Superbee  Superbee  
    
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TVD_LIMIT_V  TVD_LIMIT_V  
Vertical TVD limitation  Vertical TVD limitation  
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TVD_LIMIT_V  TVD_LIMIT_V  
Vertical TVD limitation  Vertical TVD limitation 
Revision as of 18:40, 9 August 2017
Project  Module  Keyword  Keyword description  Options  Option description 

Base 1  Benthos  PELAGIC_MODEL  Pelagic model name to which ModuleBenthos will be coupled  WaterQuality  
Base 1  Benthos  PELAGIC_MODEL  Pelagic model name to which ModuleBenthos will be coupled  LifeModel  
Base 1  DrainageNetwork  ADVECTION_SCHEME  Numerical Discretization of Advection.  5  CentralDif (Central differences scheme) 
Base 1  DrainageNetwork  ADVECTION_SCHEME  Numerical Discretization of Advection.  1  UpwindOrder1 (Upwind scheme of 1st order) 
Base 1  DrainageNetwork  DIFFUSION_SCHEME  Numerical Discretization of Difusion.  5  CentralDif (Central Differences discretization) 
Base 1  DrainageNetwork  DOWNSTREAM_BOUNDARY  Choose downstream boundary condition  2  ImposedWaterDepth 
Base 1  DrainageNetwork  DOWNSTREAM_BOUNDARY  Choose downstream boundary condition  1  Normal (solves KynematicWave at the outlet) 
Base 1  DrainageNetwork  DOWNSTREAM_BOUNDARY  Choose downstream boundary condition  0  Dam (flow at the outlet = 0.0) 
Base 1  DrainageNetwork  FILE_IN_TIME  Downstream boundary condition evolution  NONE  Constant evolution of downstream boundary condition (constant water depth) 
Base 1  DrainageNetwork  FILE_IN_TIME  Downstream boundary condition evolution  TIMESERIE  Reads a time serie with water depth for downstream boundary condition 
Base 1  DrainageNetwork  HYDRODYNAMIC_APROX  Chooses the hydrodynamic approximation to be solved in the momentum equation  2  DiffusionWave (full St Venant equation except for advection) 
Base 1  DrainageNetwork  HYDRODYNAMIC_APROX  Chooses the hydrodynamic approximation to be solved in the momentum equation  3  DynamicWave (full St Venant equation) 
Base 1  DrainageNetwork  HYDRODYNAMIC_APROX  Chooses the hydrodynamic approximation to be solved in the momentum equation  1  KinematicWave (friction = slope gradient) 
Base 1  DrainageNetwork  INITIALIZATION_METHOD  Choose initialization method for this property.  CONSTANT  Constant initialization of property 
Base 2  Atmosphere  RADIATION_METHOD  Method to compute solar radiation  1  Climatologic solar radiation algorithm 
Base 2  Atmosphere  RADIATION_METHOD  Method to compute solar radiation  2  CEQUALW2 solar radiation algorithm 
Base 2  FillMatrix  FILE_IN_TIME  Defines the kind of reading operation performed in time to modify the field  PROFILE_TIME_SERIE  Read solution from various profiles in time 
Base 2  FillMatrix  FILE_IN_TIME  Defines the kind of reading operation performed in time to modify the field  TIMESERIE  The data is given at a certain location with a time serie. See time series to know about time series file format. File path is given in FILENAME. The number of the column containing needed data of the timeserie file must be indicated in DATA_COLUMN. 
Base 2  FillMatrix  FILE_IN_TIME  Defines the kind of reading operation performed in time to modify the field  NONE  Matrix is not modified from reading values from file 
Base 2  FillMatrix  FILE_IN_TIME  Defines the kind of reading operation performed in time to modify the field  HDF  Reads data from an HDF5 file. There are restrictions regarding file format:
1) The fields stored in the file must correspond to the modeled domain, that is, they must correspond to the same horizontal and vertical grid. 2) In the Grid folder it is required to have the data sets: "Bathimetry", "ConnectionX", "ConnectionY", "Latitude", "Longitude" and "WaterPoints". 3) The name of the fields must be recognised by Mohid (see list of supported names) 4) Time data set must contain as many instants as the field data sets 5) Time data set must also contain dates for a period of the same or greater duration of the simulation. 
Base 2  FillMatrix  INITIALIZATION_METHOD  Initial condition data input method.  PROFILE_TIMESERIE  Read initial field from various profiles. 
Base 2  FillMatrix  INITIALIZATION_METHOD  Initial condition data input method.  BOXES  Initialization by boxes (polygonal subdomains) for which a constant value is specified. Boxes are specified in separate file (path given by FILENAME keyword) blocks that have specific format. 
Base 2  FillMatrix  INITIALIZATION_METHOD  Initial condition data input method.  LAYERS  Initialization by horizontal layers. alues are specified with LAYERS_VALUES keyword. 
Base 2  FillMatrix  INITIALIZATION_METHOD  Initial condition data input method.  TIMESERIE  Reads initial values from a time serie file. If necessary the initial value is interpolated in time. 
Base 2  FillMatrix  INITIALIZATION_METHOD  Initial condition data input method.  CONSTANT  Constant value for all domain. 
Base 2  FillMatrix  INITIALIZATION_METHOD  Initial condition data input method.  HDF  Reads initial field from a HDF file. Field is interpolated in time if necessary. 
Base 2  FillMatrix  INITIALIZATION_METHOD  Initial condition data input method.  PROFILE  Initialization made by vertical profile. Horizontal distribution is considered uniform. Profile must be specified with NDEPTH, DEPTH_PROFILE and PROFILE_VALUES keywords. Layers must no correspond to vertical discretization. The program interpolates the data on the vertical as needed. 
Base 2  FillMatrix  INITIALIZATION_METHOD  Initial condition data input method.  ANALYTIC PROFILE  Initialization made by an analitical vertical profile. 
Base 2  FillMatrix  INITIALIZATION_METHOD  Initial condition data input method.  ASCII_FILE  Initialization with text file. File path given at FILENAME. File format is a griddata file (2D or 3D). In points of the domain where no values are given the DEFAULTVALUE is assumed.
If griddata file is 2D and the domain is 3D, a unique value is assumed for the whole water column. 
Base 2  FillMatrix  PROFILE_TYPE  Type of analitical profile  LINEAR  Profile has a linear format, given by the following expression:
Value = DefaultValue + CoefA * CellDepth / CoefB 
Base 2  FillMatrix  PROFILE_TYPE  Type of analitical profile  EXPONENTIAL  Profile has an exponential format, given by the following expression:
Value = DefaultValue  CoefA * exp( CellDepth / CoefB) 
Base 2  Geometry  FACES_OPTION  Methodology to compute areas between cells  3  Minimum thickness of the adjacent water columns (advanced user option) 
Base 2  Geometry  FACES_OPTION  Methodology to compute areas between cells  2  Average thickness of the adjacent water columns (advised option) 
Base 2  Geometry  INITIALIZATION_METHOD  Type of initialization used in the case of a lagrangian coordinate. This is also the reference coordinate in relation to which the lagrangian coordinate suffers distortion function of the vertical velocity  CARTESIAN  Cartesian type coordinates 
Base 2  Geometry  INITIALIZATION_METHOD  Type of initialization used in the case of a lagrangian coordinate. This is also the reference coordinate in relation to which the lagrangian coordinate suffers distortion function of the vertical velocity  SIGMA  Sigma type coordinates 
Base 2  Geometry  TYPE  Type of vertical coordinate of the domain  CARTESIANTOP  A Cartesian Coordinate which is calculated downwards from the Digital Terrain (MOHID Land only) 
Base 2  Geometry  TYPE  Type of vertical coordinate of the domain  LAGRANGIAN  Lagrangian coordinates  moves the upper and
lower faces with the vertical flow velocity. 
Base 2  Geometry  TYPE  Type of vertical coordinate of the domain  FIXSEDIMENT  Fixed Sediment coordinates 
Base 2  Geometry  TYPE  Type of vertical coordinate of the domain  FIXSPACING  Fixed Spacing coordinates  used to study flows close to the bottom 
Base 2  Geometry  TYPE  Type of vertical coordinate of the domain  SIGMA  Sigma coordinates 
Base 2  Geometry  TYPE  Type of vertical coordinate of the domain  SIGMATOP  A Sigma Coordinate which is calculated downwards from the Digital Terrain (MOHID Land only). Needs Normal Sigma Below 
Base 2  Geometry  TYPE  Type of vertical coordinate of the domain  HARMONIC  Harmonic coordinates  the horizontal faces close to the surface
expand and collapse depending on the variation of the surface elevation. This coordinate was implemented in the geometry module to simulate reservoirs. 
Base 2  Geometry  TYPE  Type of vertical coordinate of the domain  CARTESIAN  Cartesian coordinates 
Base 2  Interpolation  KERNEL_TYPE  Type of kernel used in the convolution interpolations  Exponential  
Base 2  Interpolation  KERNEL_TYPE  Type of kernel used in the convolution interpolations  Gaussian  
Base 2  Interpolation  METHODOLOGY  The methodology used in the interpolation process  1  Conservative convolution 
Base 2  Interpolation  METHODOLOGY  The methodology used in the interpolation process  2  NonConservative convolution 
Base 2  Interpolation  METHODOLOGY  The methodology used in the interpolation process  4  Bilinear 
Base 2  Interpolation  METHODOLOGY  The methodology used in the interpolation process  5  Spline 2D 
Base 2  Interpolation  METHODOLOGY  The methodology used in the interpolation process  6  Inverse weight 
Base 2  Interpolation  METHODOLOGY  The methodology used in the interpolation process  3  Triangulation 
Base 2  Interpolation  NC_TYPE  Cheks what class of NonConservative convolution process to use  2  Smoothes the field using the PHI value 
Base 2  Interpolation  NC_TYPE  Cheks what class of NonConservative convolution process to use  3  Data 
Base 2  Interpolation  NC_TYPE  Cheks what class of NonConservative convolution process to use  1  User defined kernel for the NonConservative convolution 
Land  Runoff  ROUTING  The overland flow routing method. Possible values:
1  Manning 2  Chezy 
2  Chezy Equation 
Land  Runoff  ROUTING  The overland flow routing method. Possible values:
1  Manning 2  Chezy 
1  Manning Equation 
Water  Assimilation  DIMENSION  Number of dimensions of the assimilation field  3  ThreeDimensional property 
Water  Assimilation  DIMENSION  Number of dimensions of the assimilation field  2  TwoDimensional property 
Water  Assimilation  TYPE_ZUV  Reference of the field to the grid.  U  Variable is referenced to the XX faces of the control volume 
Water  Assimilation  TYPE_ZUV  Reference of the field to the grid.  Z  Variable is defined in the center of the control volume 
Water  Assimilation  TYPE_ZUV  Reference of the field to the grid.  V  Variable is referenced to the YY faces of the control volume 
Water  Assimilation  TYPE_ZUV  Reference of the field to the grid.  V  Variable is referenced to the YY faces of the control volume 
Water  Assimilation  TYPE_ZUV  Reference of the field to the grid.  U  Variable is referenced to the XX faces of the control volume 
Water  Assimilation  TYPE_ZUV  Reference of the field to the grid.  Z  Variable is defined in the center of the control volume

Water  FreeVerticalMovement  FREEVERT_IMPEXP_ADV  Coeficient to compute vertical movement through implicit or explicit methods  1.0  Explicit 
Water  FreeVerticalMovement  FREEVERT_IMPEXP_ADV  Coeficient to compute vertical movement through implicit or explicit methods  0.0  Implicit 
Water  FreeVerticalMovement  WS_TYPE  Method to compute settling velocity  1  Prescribe a constant settling velocity for particulate property 
Water  FreeVerticalMovement  WS_TYPE  Method to compute settling velocity  2  Compute settling velocity as function of cohesive sediment concentration 
Water  Hydrodynamic  BAROCLINIC_RADIATION  Check if the user wants to radiate internal tides  0  No radiation 
Water  Hydrodynamic  BAROCLINIC_RADIATION  Check if the user wants to radiate internal tides  2  Vertical 
Water  Hydrodynamic  BAROCLINIC_RADIATION  Check if the user wants to radiate internal tides  1  Horizontal 
Water  Hydrodynamic  CYCLIC_DIRECTION  Check along which direction the user wants to impose a CYCLIC boundary condition  DirectionY_  Direction Y 
Water  Hydrodynamic  CYCLIC_DIRECTION  Check along which direction the user wants to impose a CYCLIC boundary condition  DirectionX_  Direction x 
Water  Hydrodynamic  CYCLIC_DIRECTION  Check along which direction the user wants to impose a CYCLIC boundary condition  DirectionXY_  Directions X and Y 
Water  Hydrodynamic  DISCRETIZATION  Check what type of implicit discretization in time is choose for the global equations  1  Abbott Scheme  4 equations per iteration 
Water  Hydrodynamic  DISCRETIZATION  Check what type of implicit discretization in time is choose for the global equations  2  Leendertse Scheme  6 equations per iteration 
Water  Hydrodynamic  EVOLUTION  Checks out if the user pretends to actualize the hydrodynamic properties computing the equations or reading them from a file there is also the possibility of read the residual flow of the last run and maintain the instant properties equal to the residual ones. The user can also say that the hydrodynamic properties have always null value.  Residual_hydrodynamic  Residual hydrodynamic 
Water  Hydrodynamic  EVOLUTION  Checks out if the user pretends to actualize the hydrodynamic properties computing the equations or reading them from a file there is also the possibility of read the residual flow of the last run and maintain the instant properties equal to the residual ones. The user can also say that the hydrodynamic properties have always null value.  No_hydrodynamic  No hydrodynamic 
Water  Hydrodynamic  EVOLUTION  Checks out if the user pretends to actualize the hydrodynamic properties computing the equations or reading them from a file there is also the possibility of read the residual flow of the last run and maintain the instant properties equal to the residual ones. The user can also say that the hydrodynamic properties have always null value.  Read_File  Read file 
Water  Hydrodynamic  EVOLUTION  Checks out if the user pretends to actualize the hydrodynamic properties computing the equations or reading them from a file there is also the possibility of read the residual flow of the last run and maintain the instant properties equal to the residual ones. The user can also say that the hydrodynamic properties have always null value.  Solve_Equations  Solve equations 
Water  Hydrodynamic  EVOLUTION  Checks out if the user pretends to actualize the hydrodynamic properties computing the equations or reading them from a file there is also the possibility of read the residual flow of the last run and maintain the instant properties equal to the residual ones. The user can also say that the hydrodynamic properties have always null value.  Vertical1D  1D vertical model of the water column. Only coriolis and wind stress. Neuman conditions of horizontal null gradient are imposed for velocities and water level. 
Water  Hydrodynamic  IMPLICIT_VERTADVECTION  Check if the vertical advection is implicit  0.0  Explicit 
Water  Hydrodynamic  IMPLICIT_VERTADVECTION  Check if the vertical advection is implicit  0.5  Hybrid for option in (0.0, 1.0) 
Water  Hydrodynamic  IMPLICIT_VERTADVECTION  Check if the vertical advection is implicit  1.0  Implicit 
Water  Hydrodynamic  IMPLICIT_VERTDIFFUSION  Check if the vertical advection is implicit  1.0  Implicit 
Water  Hydrodynamic  IMPLICIT_VERTDIFFUSION  Check if the vertical advection is implicit  0.5  Hybrid for option in (0.0, 1.0) 
Water  Hydrodynamic  IMPLICIT_VERTDIFFUSION  Check if the vertical advection is implicit  0.0  Explicit 
Water  Hydrodynamic  LOCAL_SOLUTION  Check what type o local (or reference) solution the user wants to use as a reference for the radiative and relaxation boundary conditions  4  Gauge 
Water  Hydrodynamic  LOCAL_SOLUTION  Check what type o local (or reference) solution the user wants to use as a reference for the radiative and relaxation boundary conditions  1  No local solution 
Water  Hydrodynamic  LOCAL_SOLUTION  Check what type o local (or reference) solution the user wants to use as a reference for the radiative and relaxation boundary conditions  2  Submodel 
Water  Hydrodynamic  LOCAL_SOLUTION  Check what type o local (or reference) solution the user wants to use as a reference for the radiative and relaxation boundary conditions  5  AssimilaPlusSubModel 
Water  Hydrodynamic  LOCAL_SOLUTION  Check what type o local (or reference) solution the user wants to use as a reference for the radiative and relaxation boundary conditions  7  AssimilaGaugeSubModel 
Water  Hydrodynamic  LOCAL_SOLUTION  Check what type o local (or reference) solution the user wants to use as a reference for the radiative and relaxation boundary conditions  6  GaugePlusSubModel 
Water  Hydrodynamic  LOCAL_SOLUTION  Check what type o local (or reference) solution the user wants to use as a reference for the radiative and relaxation boundary conditions  3  AssimilationField 
Water  Hydrodynamic  RADIATION  Checks if the user wants to impose the Flather 1974 radiation boundary condition or other  0  No Radiation 
Water  Hydrodynamic  RADIATION  Checks if the user wants to impose the Flather 1974 radiation boundary condition or other  1  FlatherWindWave_ 
Water  Hydrodynamic  RADIATION  Checks if the user wants to impose the Flather 1974 radiation boundary condition or other  3  BlumbergKantha_ 
Water  Hydrodynamic  RADIATION  Checks if the user wants to impose the Flather 1974 radiation boundary condition or other  2  FlatherLocalSolution_ 
Water  Hydrodynamic  UP_CENTER  Check if the horizontal advection discretization is upstream or center differences. By default advection is computed using a Upstream scheme  0.0  Centred differences 
Water  Hydrodynamic  UP_CENTER  Check if the horizontal advection discretization is upstream or center differences. By default advection is computed using a Upstream scheme  0.5  Hybrid for option in (0,1) 
Water  Hydrodynamic  UP_CENTER  Check if the horizontal advection discretization is upstream or center differences. By default advection is computed using a Upstream scheme  1.0  Upstream 
Water  Hydrodynamic  VELNORMALBOUNDARY  Checks the velocities the user want to impose in the exterior faces  2  null gradient 
Water  Hydrodynamic  VELNORMALBOUNDARY  Checks the velocities the user want to impose in the exterior faces  1  null value 
Water  Hydrodynamic  VELTANGENTIALBOUNDARY  Checks the velocities the user want to impose between two boundary points  1  null value 
Water  Hydrodynamic  VELTANGENTIALBOUNDARY  Checks the velocities the user want to impose between two boundary points  2  null gradient 
Water  Hydrodynamic  WIND  Checks if the user want to consider the effect of the wind stress. By default the wind stress is not compute  1  wind forcing 
Water  Hydrodynamic  WIND  Checks if the user want to consider the effect of the wind stress. By default the wind stress is not compute  2  wind forcing with a smooth start 
Water  Hydrodynamic  WIND  Checks if the user want to consider the effect of the wind stress. By default the wind stress is not compute  0  No wind forcing 
Water  HydrodynamicFile  BAT_INTEGRATION_TYPE  It is posible to calculate the new bathymetry (spacial integration) using two different options  MaxVal_Type  Each new integrated cell has the maximum value of the cells used to do the integration of that cell 
Water  HydrodynamicFile  BAT_INTEGRATION_TYPE  It is posible to calculate the new bathymetry (spacial integration) using two different options  MeanVal_Type  The depth of the integrated cell is obtained by the average of the cells used to do the integration of that cell. 
Water  HydrodynamicFile  IN_FILE_TYPE  Input File Type  BeginEnd_type  
Water  HydrodynamicFile  IN_FILE_TYPE  Input File Type  M2_Tide_type  
Water  HydrodynamicFile  IN_FILE_VERSION  Input File Version  2  
Water  HydrodynamicFile  IN_FILE_VERSION  Input File Version  1  Only available if LOAD_TO_MEMORY = 0 
Water  HydrodynamicFile  OUT_FILE_VERSION  Controls the version of the output file  2  
Water  HydrodynamicFile  OUT_FILE_VERSION  Controls the version of the output file  1  
Water  Jet  LOCAL_TYPE  Methodology to define the ambient variables  UNIFORM  Uniform water colum 
Water  Jet  LOCAL_TYPE  Methodology to define the ambient variables  FIELD3D  3D field generated by the MOHID system 
Water  Jet  LOCAL_TYPE  Methodology to define the ambient variables  LINEAR  Water column where the density and velocity have a linear profile 
Water  Jet  PARAMETERIZATION  Parametrization used to simulate the entrainmenet process  CORJET  Parameterization based on CORJET model 
Water  Jet  PARAMETERIZATION  Parametrization used to simulate the entrainmenet process  JETLAG  Parameterization based on JETLAG model 
Water  Lagrangian  ACCIDENT_METHOD  The how to distribute initially the particles if the emission type is accident  2  The "Thickness" option 
Water  Lagrangian  ACCIDENT_METHOD  The how to distribute initially the particles if the emission type is accident  1  The "Fay" option 
Water  Lagrangian  DENSITY_METHOD  Way to calculate particle density  3  Constant 
Water  Lagrangian  DENSITY_METHOD  Way to calculate particle density  1  Leendertse 
Water  Lagrangian  DENSITY_METHOD  Way to calculate particle density  2  UNESCO 
Water  Lagrangian  EMISSION_SPATIAL  The type of spatial emission.  Point  Emission at a single point 
Water  Lagrangian  EMISSION_SPATIAL  The type of spatial emission.  Accident  Emission as accident 
Water  Lagrangian  EMISSION_SPATIAL  The type of spatial emission.  Box  Emission from a Box 
Water  Lagrangian  EMISSION_TEMPORAL  The type of temporal emission  Continuous  Continuous emission 
Water  Lagrangian  EMISSION_TEMPORAL  The type of temporal emission  Instantaneous  Instantaneous emission 
Water  Lagrangian  MOVEMENT  The type of particle aleatory horizontal movement  NotRandom  Do not consider any aleatory horizontal component 
Water  Lagrangian  MOVEMENT  The type of particle aleatory horizontal movement  SullivanAllen  Parameterization based on Sullivan Allen formulation 
Water  Lagrangian  MOVING_ORIGIN_UNITS  The Units in which the moving origin position is given  Meters  The units are meters 
Water  Lagrangian  MOVING_ORIGIN_UNITS  The Units in which the moving origin position is given  Cells  The units are given as cells 
Water  Lagrangian  OUTPUT_CONC  Output Integration Type
1  Maximum 2  Average 
2  Uses average values for integration 
Water  Lagrangian  OUTPUT_CONC  Output Integration Type
1  Maximum 2  Average 
1  Uses maximum values for integration 
Water  Lagrangian  SEDIMENTATION  Sedimentation type.  Imposed  
Water  Lagrangian  SEDIMENTATION  Sedimentation type.  Stokes  
Water  Lagrangian  T90_VAR_METHOD_1  Method to compute T90 function.  1  Fecal decay according to Canteras et al. (1995) 
Water  Lagrangian  T90_VAR_METHOD_1  Method to compute T90 function.  2  Fecal decay according to Chapra (1997) 
Water  Lagrangian  TURB_V  Vertical turbulence parameterization  Profile  Parameterization based on the velocity profile 
Water  Lagrangian  TURB_V  Vertical turbulence parameterization  Constant  Constant Parameterization 
Water  Lagrangian  VOLUME_INCREASE  The way volume increase is calculated  Velocity  The doublication occour after the time given by TVOL200, but also depends on the local velocity 
Water  Lagrangian  VOLUME_INCREASE  The way volume increase is calculated  Double  The doublication occour after the time given by TVOL200 
Water  Oil  DISPERSIONMETHOD  Method for Dispersion  Delvigne  Dispersion parameterized with Delvigne formulation 
Water  Oil  DISPERSIONMETHOD  Method for Dispersion  Mackay  Dispersion parameterized with Mackay formulation 
Water  Oil  EMULSIFICATIONMETHOD  Method for Emulsification  Mackay  Emulsification parameterized following Mackay formulation 
Water  Oil  EMULSIFICATIONMETHOD  Method for Emulsification  Rasmussen  Emulsification parameterized following Rasmussen formulation 
Water  Oil  EVAPORATIONMETHOD  Method for Evaporation  EvaporativeExposure  Evaporation computed with evaporative exposure method 
Water  Oil  EVAPORATIONMETHOD  Method for Evaporation  PseudoComponents  Evaporation computed with pseudocomponents method 
Water  Oil  EVAPORATIONMETHOD  Method for Evaporation  Fingas  Evaporation computed with Fingas formulations 
Water  Oil  FINGAS_EVAP_EQTYPE  Evaporation Equation Type  SquareRoot  Square Root Equation Type for Evaporation 
Water  Oil  FINGAS_EVAP_EQTYPE  Evaporation Equation Type  Logarithmic  Logarithmic Equation Type for Evaporation 
Water  Oil  OILTYPE  Oil Type  Crude  Crude Oil 
Water  Oil  OILTYPE  Oil Type  Refined  Refined oil 
Water  Oil  SPREADINGMETHOD  Method for Spreading  Fay  Mechanical spreading simply based on Fay theory 
Water  Oil  SPREADINGMETHOD  Method for Spreading  ThicknessGradient  Oil mechanical spreading based on thickness gradients, parameterized with fay theory 
Water  SedimentProperties  DIFFUSION_METHOD  Method to compute diffusion coefficeient correction for the sediments. 1  Berner, 1980 ; 2  Soetaert, 1996  1  Berner, 1980 
Water  SedimentProperties  DIFFUSION_METHOD  Method to compute diffusion coefficeient correction for the sediments. 1  Berner, 1980 ; 2  Soetaert, 1996  2  Soetaert, 1996 
Water  Turbulence  MLD_Method  3  Maximum value of BruntVaisalla frequency (N)  
Water  Turbulence  MLD_Method  2  Richardson number (Ri) superior to a critical value.  
Water  Turbulence  MLD_Method  1  Turbulent kinetic energy (TKE) inferior to a predefined minimum.  
Water  Turbulence  MODTURB  Vertical eddy viscosity model  file2D  Vertical viscosity is specified using an ASCII file containing grid data. The file is defined in the block: begin_viscosity_v/end_viscosity_v. Use of this block is specified in the FillMatrix module (Mohid Base 2 project) 
Water  Turbulence  MODTURB  Vertical eddy viscosity model  constant  Constant eddy viscosity model. Viscosity value is specified with keyword "VISCOSITY_V". Typical values for real (ocean or estuaries) are in the range 0.1  10, depending on vertical length scale and vertical grid spacing. 
Water  Turbulence  MODTURB  Vertical eddy viscosity model  nihoul  Uses Nihoul turbulence scheme. 
Water  Turbulence  MODTURB  Vertical eddy viscosity model  leendertsee  Uses Leendertsee turbulence scheme. 
Water  Turbulence  MODTURB  Vertical eddy viscosity model  pacanowski  Uses Pacanowski turbulence scheme. 
Water  Turbulence  MODTURB  Vertical eddy viscosity model  turbulence_equation  Uses a turbulence equation for closure. This is only to be used with GOTM module. 
Water  Turbulence  MODTURB  Vertical eddy viscosity model  backhaus  Uses Backhaus turbulence scheme. 
Water  Turbulence  MODVISH  Horizontal eddy viscosity model.  file2D  Horizontal viscosity is specified using an ASCII file containing grid data. The file is defined in the block: begin_viscosity_v/end_viscosity_v. Use of this block is specified in the FillMatrix module (Mohid Base 2 project)

Water  Turbulence  MODVISH  Horizontal eddy viscosity model.  smagorinsky  Smagorinsky turbulence scheme. 
Water  Turbulence  MODVISH  Horizontal eddy viscosity model.  estuary  
Water  Turbulence  MODVISH  Horizontal eddy viscosity model.  constant  Constant horizontal viscosity 
Water  WaterProperties  ADV_METHOD_H  Horizontal advection discretization.  1  UpwindOrder1 
Water  WaterProperties  ADV_METHOD_H  Horizontal advection discretization.  4  P2_TVD 
Water  WaterProperties  ADV_METHOD_H  Horizontal advection discretization.  5  CentralDif 
Water  WaterProperties  ADV_METHOD_H  Horizontal advection discretization.  2  UpwindOrder2 
Water  WaterProperties  ADV_METHOD_H  Horizontal advection discretization.  3  UpwindOrder3 
Water  WaterProperties  ADV_METHOD_V  Vertical advection discretization.  1  UpwindOrder1 
Water  WaterProperties  ADV_METHOD_V  Vertical advection discretization.  3  UpwindOrder3 
Water  WaterProperties  ADV_METHOD_V  Vertical advection discretization.  4  P2_TVD 
Water  WaterProperties  ADV_METHOD_V  Vertical advection discretization.  2  UpwindOrder2 
Water  WaterProperties  ADV_METHOD_V  Vertical advection discretization.  5  CentralDif 
Water  WaterProperties  ADVECTION_H_IMP_EXP  Horizontal advection computed using a implicit/explicit discretization for this property.  1  Explicit discretization 
Water  WaterProperties  ADVECTION_H_IMP_EXP  Horizontal advection computed using a implicit/explicit discretization for this property.  0  Implicit discretization 
Water  WaterProperties  ADVECTION_V_IMP_EXP  Vertical advection computed using a implicit/explicit discretization for this property.  1  Explicit discretization. 
Water  WaterProperties  ADVECTION_V_IMP_EXP  Vertical advection computed using a implicit/explicit discretization for this property.  0  Implicit discretization. 
Water  WaterProperties  BOUNDARY_CONDITION  Boundary condition for this property.  3  VerticalDiffusion 
Water  WaterProperties  BOUNDARY_CONDITION  Boundary condition for this property.  8  CyclicBoundary 
Water  WaterProperties  BOUNDARY_CONDITION  Boundary condition for this property.  6  Orlanski 
Water  WaterProperties  BOUNDARY_CONDITION  Boundary condition for this property.  1  MassConservation 
Water  WaterProperties  BOUNDARY_CONDITION  Boundary condition for this property.  4  NullGradient 
Water  WaterProperties  BOUNDARY_CONDITION  Boundary condition for this property.  5  SubModel 
Water  WaterProperties  BOUNDARY_CONDITION  Boundary condition for this property.  2  ImposedValue 
Water  WaterProperties  BOUNDARY_INITIALIZATION  Processes considered to initialize the boundary values of this property  EXTERIOR  A value exterior to the domain is be imposed (a constant value). 
Water  WaterProperties  BOUNDARY_INITIALIZATION  Processes considered to initialize the boundary values of this property  INTERIOR  Boundaries equal to the values given
in the same cells during the domain initialization. 
Water  WaterProperties  DECAY_TIME  Decay time of this property in the boundary.  0  Property value at the boundary remains constant. 
Water  WaterProperties  DENSITY_METHOD  Method to compute water density  1  Leendertse 
Water  WaterProperties  DENSITY_METHOD  Method to compute water density  2  UNESCO (insitu temperature) 
Water  WaterProperties  DENSITY_METHOD  Method to compute water density  3  Linear 
Water  WaterProperties  DENSITY_METHOD  Method to compute water density  5  Jackett and McDougall 1995 
Water  WaterProperties  DENSITY_METHOD  Method to compute water density  4  Mellor 1996 
Water  WaterProperties  DIFFUSION_V_IMP_EXP  Vertical diffusion computed using a implicit/explicit discretization for this property.  1  Explicit discretization. 
Water  WaterProperties  DIFFUSION_V_IMP_EXP  Vertical diffusion computed using a implicit/explicit discretization for this property.  0  Implicit discretization. 
Water  WaterProperties  DOSAT_TYPE  Method to compute dissolved oxygen saturation  1  Apha 
Water  WaterProperties  DOSAT_TYPE  Method to compute dissolved oxygen saturation  2  Henry 
Water  WaterProperties  DOSAT_TYPE  Method to compute dissolved oxygen saturation  3  Mortimer 
Water  WaterProperties  TVD_LIMIT_H  Horizontal TVD limitation  1  MinMod 
Water  WaterProperties  TVD_LIMIT_H  Horizontal TVD limitation  5  PDM 
Water  WaterProperties  TVD_LIMIT_H  Horizontal TVD limitation  3  Muscl 
Water  WaterProperties  TVD_LIMIT_H  Horizontal TVD limitation  4  Superbee 
Water  WaterProperties  TVD_LIMIT_H  Horizontal TVD limitation  2  VanLeer 
Water  WaterProperties  TVD_LIMIT_V  Vertical TVD limitation  2  VanLeer 
Water  WaterProperties  TVD_LIMIT_V  Vertical TVD limitation  3  Muscl 
Water  WaterProperties  TVD_LIMIT_V  Vertical TVD limitation  4  Superbee 
Water  WaterProperties  TVD_LIMIT_V  Vertical TVD limitation  1  MinMod 
Water  WaterProperties  TVD_LIMIT_V  Vertical TVD limitation  5  PDM 