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Compiling and running unstructured mesh SWAN in parallel

In order to efficiently carry out high-resolution simulations with the unstructured mesh version of SWAN, a parallel code is build using message passing paradigm and tested on a commodity computer cluster. In parallelizing unstructured mesh version of SWAN, we employ the same paradigm as applied in the circulation model ADCIRC (http://www.adcirc.org) and so the parallel version of the unstructured mesh SWAN model uses the same domain decomposition and localized communication as the parallel version of ADCIRC. For a proper use, version 50 or higher of ADCIRC must be employed.


For details on the implementation and use of the coupled ADCIRC + SWAN model, go to http://www.caseydietrich.com/swanadcirc/.


It is assumed that the unstructured mesh is stored in the file fort.14 and the associated model domain information is stored in fort.15 and that these files are yet available.



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The SWAN team 2017-03-23