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DEPRO2D

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Basic Information

Name of Program

DEPRO2D

Version-Date

January 1996

Description-Date

January 1996

Catchwords

finite element grid
profile analyse
interactive definition of 2D-profiles

Short Description of Functionality

The program DEPRO2D belongs to a chain of programs for analysing numerical data along profiles. With this program you can interactively define profiles.

Input-Files

  1. general input-data (filetype depro2d.dat)
  2. (optional) pre-defined profiles (filetype profiles3d.dat)
  3. finite element grid (filetype gitter05.dat/bin or sysdat.bin)
  4. (optional) edge connexions of elements (filetype fkvz.bin)
  5. (optional) neighbour elements for all elements (filetype fkez.bin)
  6. plot-layout (filetype layout.dat)
  7. (optional) structures (filetype insel.dat)
  8. (optional) frames (filetype frames.dat)

Output-Files

  1. one-dimensional segment grid (filetype prof.bin)
  2. several other files to define the 2D-Locations (filetype geopos.dat) and profiles (filetype lprofil.dat) where data shall be extracted later on
  3. (optional) graphic metafiles (filetype CGM or GKSM)

Methodology

You can Choose pre-defined profiles interactively. That means that you can click on every profile you want to choose. Another click with the mouse on the same profile deselects this profile. In addition you can define new profiles. With every mouse click you define a new point for the profile. You have these functions for visualizing the grid area you are working with:

  • isolines of depth
  • boundary of the grid
  • structure lines (e.g. of buildings)
  • points of adjustment

If you want to get some idea of DEPRO2Ds beautiful graphical output please have a short look onto our example figure.

Program(s) to run before this Program

POLWIND

Program(s) to run after this Program

TICLQ2, TR2LQ2

Additional Information

Language

Fortran77

Additional software

GKS (Graphical Kernel System)

Original Version

J. Jürges

Maintenance

J. Jürges

Documentation/Literature

$PROGHOME/examples/depro2d


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