LZKSF
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Basic Information
Name of Program
LZKSF
VersionDate
7.x / July 2012
DescriptionDate
July 2012
Catchwords
postprocessor
analysis of numerically calculated results (2D/3D, profiledata as well as data at specific locations)
characteristic numbers of salinity (independent of tides)
characteristic numbers of suspended load (independent of tides)
characteristic numbers of tracer load (independent of tides)
characteristic numbers of temperature (independent of tides)
characteristic numbers of eff. bed shear stress (independent of tides)
static (alternative) bathyemtry
universal direct access format for 2D/3Ddata
universal direct access format for profiledata
universal direct access format for data at specific locations
Short Description of Functionality
The program LZKSF is a postprocessor for different numerical models (e.g. TRIM2D, TRIM3D, TELEMAC2D, UNTRIM, UNTRIM2007 etc.). LZKSF automatically computes several characteristic numbers of salinity, suspended load, tracer load, temperature or eff. bed shear stress which are independent of the presence of tides. The data must be given as timeseries (in universal direct access data format). They can be defined in a 3Dvolume, on a 2Darea, along profiles or at specific locations. Data may be the output from either depth integrated (2D) or depth structured (3D) numerical simulations.
The results of LZKSF analyses may be visualised/displayed with the graphical postprocessors HVIEW2D (for 2D/3Ddata), VVIEW2D (vertical sections along profiles) or LQ2PRO (for profiledata).
Within the period of data analysis the following characteristic numbers of salinity (independent of tides) can be (optionally) calculated:
 Maximum Value of Salinity (HS)
 Minimum Value of Salinity (LS)
 Mean Value of Salinity (MS)
 Maximum Variation of Salinity (DS)
 Maximum Increase of Salinity
 Maximum Decrease of Salinity
 Standard Deviation of Salinity
 Variance of Salinity
 Duration of High Salinity
 Duration of Low Salinity
 Advective Salt Transport
 Mean Advective Salt Transport
 Maximum Advective Salt Transport
 Minimum Advective Salt Transport
Within the period of data analysis the following characteristic numbers of suspended load (independent of tides) can be (optionally) calculated:
 Maximum Value of Suspended Load
 Minimum Value of Suspended Load
 Mean Value of Suspended Load
 Maximum Variation of Suspended Load
 Maximum Increase of Suspended Load
 Maximum Decrease of Suspended Load
 Standard Deviation of Suspended Load
 Variance of Suspended Load
 Duration of High Suspended Load
 Duration of Low Suspended Load
 Advective Transport of Suspended Load
 Mean Advective Suspended Load Transport
 Maximum Advective Suspended Load Transport
 Minimum Advective Suspended Load Transport
Within the period of data analysis the following characteristic numbers of tracer load (independent of tides) can be (optionally) calculated:
 Maximum Value of Tracer Load
 Minimum Value of Tracer Load
 Mean Value of Tracer Load
 Maximum Variation of Tracer Load
 Maximum Increase of Tracer Load
 Maximum Decrease of Tracer Load
 Standard Deviation of Tracer Load
 Variance of Tracer Load
 Duration of High Tracer Load
 Duration of Low Tracer Load
 Advective Tracer Transport
 Mean Advective Tracer Transport
 Maximum Advective Tracer Transport
 Minimum Advective Tracer Transport
Within the period of data analysis the following characteristic numbers of temperature (independent of tides) can be (optionally) calculated:
 Maximum Value of Temperature
 Minimum Value of Temperature
 Mean Value of Temperature
 Maximum Variation of Temperature
 Maximum Increase of Temperature
 Maximum Decrease of Temperature
 Standard Deviation of Temperature
 Variance of Temperature
 Duration of High Temperature
 Duration of Low Temperature
 Advective Heat Transport
 Mean Advective Heat Transport
 Maximum Advective Heat Transport
 Minimum Advective Heat Transport
Within the period of data analysis the following characteristic numbers of eff. bed shear stress (independent of tides) can be (optionally) calculated:
 Maximum Value of eff. Bed Shear Stress
 Minimum Value of eff. Bed Shear Stress
 Mean Value of eff. Bed Shear Stress
 Maximum Variation of eff. Bed Shear Stress
 Maximum Increase of eff. Bed Shear Stress
 Maximum Decrease of eff. Bed Shear Stress
 Standard Deviation of eff. Bed Shear Stress
 Variance of eff. Bed Shear Stress
 Duration of High eff. Bed Shear Stress
 Duration of Low eff. Bed Shear Stress
InputFiles
 general input data (filetype lzksf.dat)
 time series data which shall be analysed (files of type dirz.bin.r, dirz.bin.i, and dirz.bin)
 grid for 2D/3Ddata (filetype gitter05.dat/bin or filetype untrim_grid.dat)
 or profiletopography for profiledata (filetype profil05.bin)
 or system file for specific locations (filetype location_grid.dat)
OutputFiles
 results of data analyses (files of type dirz.bin.r, dirz.bin.i, and dirz.bin)
 informative printer file (filetype lzksf.sdr)
 (optional) trace of program execution (filetype lzksf.trc)
Methodology
An arbitrary long/short period of time can be chosen to calculate characteristic numbers of salinity, suspended load, tracer load, temperature or eff. bed shear stress which are independent of tides. For every node of the grid the given timeserie is analysed automatically by means of several analyses modules. An (optional) calculation for the maximum values of the increase or decrease of salinity takes into account an averaging process of the respective salinities for a userdefined time intervall (typically 30 minutes). Drying and wetting of computational nodes is correctly taken into account.
Program(s) to run before this Program
Program(s) to run after this Program
ABDF, DIDARENAME, DIDASPLIT, HVIEW2D, LQ2PRO, VTDK, VVIEW2D, XTRDATA
Additional Information
Language
Fortran90
Additional software

Original Version
Maintenance
Documentation/Literature
please refer to $PROGHOME/examples/Lzksf/
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