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Basic Information

Name of Program

UNS

Version-Date

1.x / March 2007

Description-Date

March 2007

Catchwords

postprocessor
mathematical model SediMorph
bed load transport
pre-computed water level (hydrodynamic numerical model)
pre-computed current velocity (hydrodynamic numerical model)
user defined water level
user defined current velocity
periodic continuation

Short Description of Functionality

Program UNS is used to apply the numerical simulation package SEDIMORPH using

  • pre-computed data from a hydrodynamic numerical model, or using
  • simple user defined data

for water level an current velocity. This postprocessor supports (sensitivity) studies with SediMorph related to bed load transport of sediments as well as resulting morphological evolution independent of a directly coupled hydrodynamic numerical model, e.g. UNTRIM.

Input-Files

  1. steering data
    file of type uns.dat.
    The extended description for this file contains comprehensive informations with respect to steering data as well as input data files.

Output-Files

  1. printer file
    • uns.sdr.
  2. (optional) trace file
    • uns.trc.

Methodology

Computational results from a hydrodynamic numerical model or more simple user-specified data are read by the program and transferred to the computational package SediMorph. The simulation period can be longer than the period for which input data are available (data read period). This enables the user to repeat a data read period several times which is also called periodic continuation.

Program(s) to run before this Program

DATACONVERT, DIDAMERGE, DIDASPLIT, UNTRIM

Program(s) to run after this Program

ABDF, ArcGIS-Applications (German version only), DIDAMERGE, DIDARENAME, DIDASPLIT, HVIEW2D, XTRDATA, XTRLQ2, ZEITR

Additional Information

Language

Fortran90

Additional software

-

Original Version

G. Lang

Maintenance

D. Knoch, G. Lang

Documentation/Literature

for example input files please refer to $PROGHOME/examples/uns/


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