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Adding wave boundary conditions to back bay

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James Bramante, modified 4 Years ago.

Adding wave boundary conditions to back bay

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For a particular study area, the bay behind a barrier island is large enough for significant fetch and wave development, and there are times where the study site experiences rapid shifts from primarily waves incident on the oceanward beach to significant wave heights incident on the bayward beach.

Has anyone altered Xbeach to allow for simultaneous, or perhaps alternating wave boundaries, such that one could model waves from the bay side and from the ocean side in the same model run?
Arnold van Rooijen, modified 4 Years ago.

RE: Adding wave boundary conditions to back bay (Answer)

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Hi James,

Unfortunately this is not possible in XBeach. The model only has one offshore boundary for waves.

You could use the same schematization though, by rotating your grid. In that way you could use a nearly identical setup for both cases.

Hope this hellps.

Cheers
Arnold
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Jennifer Charles, modified 23 Days ago.

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The distinction between boundary conditions and initial conditions is really somewhat a matter of semantics. Telephone Harassment
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Ashlee Jean, modified 16 Days ago.

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Martin Moolley, modified 16 Days ago.

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Open boundary conditions (OBCs) must give a minor artificial reflection of outgoing waves. Most of OBC's future in the literature is intended to cope with the fact that the phase speed of these waves is in general. I am a professional academic writer if you want professional assignment writing service just knock me I am here to assist you.
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adilah bisar, modified 3 Days ago.

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Michael Hussey, modified 3 Days ago.

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jabir sheikh, modified 15 Hours ago.

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