[CIG-MC] velocity BCs
tan2 at mail.utexas.edu
Tue Jun 28 07:54:18 PDT 2011
I can confirm that your node ordering is correct. However, the order of
vx, vy is not reversed. You are probably using x for longitude and y for
latitude. In CitcomS, x is the colatitude, y is the longitude, and z is
the radius. This definition will give a right-handed coordinate system.
The CitcomS manual is unclear on the definition of x and y directions. I
will update the manual.
On 6/27/11 10:52 PM, Craig O'Neill wrote:
> This is probably self-evident but not explicit so I'd thought I'd
> check - the velocity BC condition files bvel.dat* (for regional) are
> in vx,vy format.
> The ordering of this file is following a nested loop defined in the
> Here the first loop is the colat, nested in that is the longitude loop.
> SO, to read the bvel file, we are essentially reading the vx,vy
> corresponding to the points:
> colat1 long1
> colat1 long2
> colat1 long3
> colat2 long1
> colat2 long2
> Just wanted to check this, as the velocity format is kind-of reversed
> (vx, then vy). Writing a script to convert gplates gpml to regional
> citcom input, so if anyone can give me a quick confirm that'd be great.
> Many thanks
> Dr Craig O'Neill
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