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2 T (kg/ms) Raai H en J Diepte geïntegreerd zandtransport (T) AZTM GC = Tijd (uur) AZTM zandtransport metingen uit rapport van F Tank (1997) Westerschelde I7/II98 Z289 DELFT HYDRAULICS Fig 65b

3 386 3B <-IJ3«10"" <ÜDOO H<l0>10"' <2D>10" (n<qddi O >ooo i 3S6 3B5 L1 3S 383 3B2 3B \ " km 1 ^b-=»_ s* 5 f se to 62 6 CD <-!D"ID" <0 000 Q<0D01 >QQ0l vol concentratie suspensief materiaal R13 Maximale vloedstroming op 23/10/ (boven) en op 25/10/ (onder) Incl isolijnen diepte /12/98 Westerschelde WL DELFT HYDRAULICS Z 289 Fig

4 3B B L 3B3 -z o 382 3S1 7 p/iv^' EO 62 6 I I n<ioicr' 386 3B5 10" 10"" <0001 vol concentratie suspensief materiaal 1b Maximale vloedstroming op 23/10/ (boven) en op 25/10/ (onder) Incl isolijnen diepte /12/98 Westerschelde WL DELFT HYDRAULICS Z 289 Fig

5 3880 e* <0200 J<0500 sedimentatie (+) van 29 sep 5 oktober baggervak en diepteüjnen 0, 10, 20, 30 en 0 m totaal transport optie, run r12 1/12/98 Westerschelde WL DELFT HYDRAULICS Z 289 Fig 67a

6 388OH 3860 U 380 'I e OH f-s 6 <-2500 <-1000 <-0500 <-0200 <0200 <0500 <1000 <2500 >2500 sedimentatie (+) van 5-12 oktober /12/98 + baggervak en dieptelijnen 0, 10, 20, 30 en 0 m totaal transport optie, run r 1 2 Westerschelde WL DELFT HYDRAULICS Z 289 Fig 67b

7 sa <-2500 <-1000 <-0500 <-0200 <0200 <0500 <1000 <2500 >2500 sedimentotie (+) van oktober baggervak en dieptelijnen 0, 10, 20, 30 en 0 m totaal transport optie, run r 12 1/12/98 Westerschelde WL DELFT HYDRAULICS Z 289 Fig 67c

8 ) "O o i <-2500 <-1000 <-0500 <0500 <1000 <2500 >2500 sedimentatie (+) van oktober baggervak en dieptelijnen 0, 10, 20, 30 en 0 m totaal transport optie, run r12 1/12/98 Westerschelde WL DELFT HYDRAUUCS Z 289 Fig 67d

9 388OH 3860 Sb380 o H <-2500 <-1000 <-0500 H]<0200 Q<0500 < 1000 <2500 >2500 sedimentatie (+) van 29/9/95 26/10/95 + baggervak en dieptelijnen 0, 10, 20, 30 en 0 m totaal transport optie, run r12 1/12/98 Westerschelde WL DELFT HYDRAULICS Z 289 Fig 67e

10 388OH 3800-H <-2500 <-1000 <-0500 U <0-200 Q<0500 BD <1000 <2500 >25OO sedimentatie (+) van 29 sep - 5 oktober baggervak en dieptelijnen 0, 10, 20, 30 en 0 m susp transport optie, run r13 1/12/98 Westerschelde WL DELFT HYDRAULICS Z 289 Fig 68a

11 388 OH 3800H 5B <-2500 <-1000 <-0500 <0200 <05O0 <1000 ;<250O >2500 sedimentatie (+) van 5-12 oktober baggervak en diepteüjnen 0, 10, 20, 30 en 0 m susp transport optie, run r13 1/12/98 Westerschelde WL DELFT HYDRAULICS Z 289 Fig 68b

12 3880H <-2500 <-1000 <-0500 <0500 <1000 <2500,>2500 sedimentatie (+) van oktober baggervak en dieptelijnen 0, 10, 20, 30 en 0 m susp transport optie, run r13 1/12/98 Westerschelde WL DELFT HYDRAULICS Z 289 Fig 68c

13 388CH 3800H <-2500 <-1000 <-0500 F]<0200 [3<0500 <1000 <2500 >2500 sedimentatie (+) van oktober baggervak en dieptelijnen 0, 10, 20, 30 en 0 m susp transport optie, run r13 1/12/98 Westerschelde WL DELFT HYDRAULICS Z 289 Fig 68d

14 M3B <-2500 <-1000 <-0500 <1000 <2500 sedimentatie (+) van 29/9/95-26/10/95 + baggervak en dieptelijnen 0, 10, 20, 30 en 0 m susp transport optie, run r 13 1/12/98 Westerschelde WL DELFT HYDRAULICS Z 289 Fig 68e

15 388OH ÜD OH <-2500 <-1000 < <0200 <0, SI <1000 <2500 >2500 sedimentatie (+) van 29 sep - 5 oktober baggervak en dieptelijnen 0, 10, 20, 30 en 0 m susp transport optie, run r1 1/12/98 Westerschelde WL DELFT HYDRAULICS Z 289 Fig 69a

16 ab 380 I c s <-2500 <-1000 <-0500 Q<0500 <1000 <2500 >2500 sedimentatie (+) van 5 12 oktober baggervak en dieptelijnen 0, 10, 20, 30 en 0 m susp transport optie, run r1 1/12/98 WesterscheSde WL DELFT HYDRAULICS Z 289 Fig 69b

17 388OH 3860 f I ' < i s 380 f H B<-0,200 [ïï]<0200 [J<0500 <1000 <2500 p>2500 sedimentatie (+) van oktober baqgervak en dieptelijnen 0, 10, 20, 30 en 0 m susp transport optie, run r1 1/12/98 Westerschelde WL DELFT HYDRAULICS Z 289 Fig 69c

18 Tl 380 O B <-2500 <-1000 <-0500 <-0200 LD <0-200 n< <1-000 g<2500 >2500 sedimentatie (+) van oktober baggervak en dieptelijnen 0, 10, 20, 30 en 0 m susp transport optie, run r1 1/12/98 Westerschelde WL DELFT HYDRAULICS Z 289 Fig 69d

19 <-2500 <-1000 <-0500 B<-0200 [ <0200 n<o5oo 6C 6' sedimentatie (+) van 29/9/95-26/10/95 + baggervak en dieptelijnen 0, 10, 20, 30 en 0 m susp transport optie, run r1 1/12/98 Westerschelde WL DELFT HYDRAULICS Z 289 Fig 69e

20 57,0 5BO 60, , B8D B S B , Vakindeling morfologische z andbalans Drempel van Hansweert 2/12/98 Westerschelde WL DELFT HYDRAULICS Z 289 Fig 610a

21 5B ,5 61,5 S O , Lm B30 383,0-3B30 3B B B1D ,0-381, BO ,0 SB , , , ,0 385,0-3B B30 3B3O B B0O- 3B30-3B1O- 381,0 3B B0 0-3BDD ' S ,5 Morfologische zandbalans * 1000 m3 Drempel van Hansweert 29/9-26/ /12/98 Westerschelde WL I DELFT HYDRAULICS Z 289 Fig 610b

22 Ld Lü CO X co o Waterlevel simulated at Hansweert 2/12/98) Westerschelde WL DELFT HYDRAULICS Fig 610c

23 5B D B BD 380-3B30-3B B B2O B BD B2D- 3B , B B ,0 3B BO -3B S B1D B00-3BO B S Morfologische zandbalans * 1000 m3 Drempel van Hansweert 29/9-5/ /12/98 Westerschelde WL I DELFT HYDRAULICS Z 289 Fig 611a

24 3850-3B VJ 1 Simulatie R13 3B50 3B0- _ -3B ' B B2 0 3B2 0-3B \ T , \ Sfl B B ,5 5B S , B BO' 3BD 3330' -363, B ,0 3B10 3B1D- 3B1O B0D- 385,0-3B20-3B S S 615 5B Morfologische zondbolans * 1000 m3 Drempel van Hansweert 5/10-12/ /12/98 Westerschelde WL I DELFT HYDRAULICS Fig 611b

25 5BS SS B \ I \ Simulatie R13 ) 380 3B0-17 / ^-v V ^ \ < \ \ -5S\ \ /-3530 \ ,0- \ ^ \ \ \ '? -3B / \ -3B10 \?\ ^^OX \ \ V ,5 S S ,5 5B5 59S ,5-3B50 385,0-3B50 3B 0-3B B B2 0-3S2 0-3B10 3B10-3B ,0-3B1D S2D- 3B10-3BQ0-379,0-379, S Morfologische zandbalons * 1000 m3 Drempel van Hansweert 12/10-19/ /12/98 Westerschelde WL DELFT HYDRAULICS Z 289 Fig 611c

26 , B50-3B5 0-38, BO -3B B B B B0-3B D , B50-5B , 1,, J L i i i Simulatie R12-3B5D 3B5 0-5B S BO 383 0" D- \ 2 3\ V\ ' ' -i r r BDD L -1 ~> 1 r 5B5 S SBS B B10 3B Morfologische zandbolans * 1000 m3 Drempel van Hansweert 19/10-26/ /12/98 Westerschetde WL l DELFT HYDRAULICS Z 289 Fig 611d

27 Sedimanttrsnsport modellering Weswrsehelde ZÏ " "lanuari 199? A Invoerbestanden R02 en R08 wu detft hydrsullo

28 Sedimenttransport modellering Westerschelde Z289 januari 1999 Besturingsmodule R02 WL [ delft hydraulks

29 * General data * * Case Label Dummy1 Dummy2 'ro2' ' ' 'duml 1 p dum2' * Restart option 0 = new run, 0 * * 1 = restart Reference date and time yyyymmdd hhtnmss Starting time, time unit Backup option (always 0) 0 Number of modules called 3 Module Version Input file 2 1 'md-flowroa* 3 1 'md-tranroa 1 1 'md-bottr02' Cycle length of data on communication file 0000 Specification of process tree * * Number of branches Number of subprocesses 5 3 * Child-parent relations * Child node Parent node ********** Specification of controls **************** **** control no Stop crit Second par Third par 1 1 * Start type 1 **** Control no, 2 * Start type 1 **** Control no 3 * Start type 2 0 Start input 0 Stop crit 1 Start input 0 0 Update type Update input 3 Second par Third par 0 0 Update type Update input 3 Stop crit Second par Third par Start input Update type Update input 1 * node and subprocess from which time step is taken 3 **** Control no Stop crit Second par Third par * Start type Start input Update type Update input **** control no Stop crit Second par Third par * Start type Start input Update type Update input * Definition of elementary subprocesses (end nodes) **** End node no1 Wave Flow Tran Bott (0 = off, 1 = on) * Time intervals * Module Start time End time **** End node no2 Wave Flow Tran Bott {0 = off, 1 = on)

30 * Time intervals * Module Start time End time **** End node no3 Wave Flow Tran Bott (0 = off, 1 = on) * Time intervals * Module Start time End time * End of input

31 Sedimentcransport modellering Wescerschelde Z289 anuari 1999 Invoerbestand FLOW R02 WL delft hydrauiics

32 IDENT RUNID PROCESS MAIN DOMAIN INPPAR NAMCONS GRID COMGRDF COMGRDI SPECIAL DEPTH DEFBNDF DEFBNDI ADDPROC NUM-PAR RUNTIME DlMENSI THICK DISTANC CURVI ORIËNT DISCH DRYF DRYI THNDAMF THNDAMI BARRIER WEIRLOS SPACEVA UNIFORM HEATMOD TURBMOD RGDWALL TIDFORCE USERDEF SPHERE UNIFORM Ident = DELFT3DUI Runid = ro2 Subl = Sub2 «Namcl = Name2 = Namc3 = Namc = Name5 = MNKmax= Thick = Filcco= triscalgrd Fmtcco= FR Sphere= N DxDy = [] [] Anglats Grdang= 0000 Filgrd= triscalenc Fmtgrd= FR MNgrd = [ ] [ ] Namdis= Disint= Y MNKdis= [ ] [ ] [ 3 Fildry= Fmtdry= FR MNdry = [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] Filtd = triscalthd Fmttd = FR MNtd = [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] Nambar= MNbar = [ ] [ ] MNwlos= [][] Fildep= b969510ddep Fmcdep= FR Depuni= [] Filbnd= triscalopn Fmtbnd= FR Nambnd= Typbnd= Datbnd= MNbnd = [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] Alpha = [] ProfU = Uniform Label = Ktemp = 0 Fclou = [] Sarea = [j Tkemod= Irov = 0 ZOv - [] Tidfor= Nprcus= [ ] Prcusr= Nprinp= [ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] Eps = [] Iter = 2 Dryflp= MAX Dryflc= Itdate= Tunit = M Dt = 5000 Tstart= 2200 Tstop = u 1

33 INIR INIF ÏNII LEVEL OTHERS BNDCOND GENERAL SMOOTH HYDROAT HYDROHF HYDROHI FREQ HYDROTF HYDROTI PROCESF PROCESI PHYSCOF HYDRO CMPNENT THRLMAN GENERAL BEDSTR VIDIF WIND PROCESS DENSITY XYGEN XYVAR UNIFORM 2D-SPV 2D-UNIF 3D-UNIF Tzone = Restid= Filic = Fmtic = ZetaO = UO VO SO TO C01 C02 C03 C0 C05 10 Tlfsmo= Filana= Filcor= FilbcH= FmtbcH= Omega = Ampab = Phsab = FilbcT= FmtbcT= TsbcT = Ampab «= FilbcC= FmtbcC= TsbcC = Sab ProfC = Tab ProfC = Cabl = ProfC = Cab2 = ProfC = Cab3 = ProfC = Cab = ProfC = Cab5 = ProfC = Rettis= Rettib= Ag Rhow = Roumet= Filrgh= Fmtrghs= Ccofu = Ccofv = Filedy= Fmtedy= Vicouvs= Dicouv= Vicoww= Dicoww= Wstres= Rhoa = AlphO = Tempw = Salw = 0000 FR 5000 [ E] - EI FR 3000 [] [] [ J [ ] mor-tidervw FR [] [] E1 FR ] [] Uniform [] I] [J [] i] Uniform [] [] [] [] [] Uniform [] I] [] [] [] Uniform [] [] [] [] [] Uniform [] [] [] [] [] Uniform [3 [] [] [] E3 Uniform M triscalman FR FR [] E] [] E] E] E-]

34 DISCHF DISCHI METEO SPECIAL HEAT WIND USERDSF FILES SECFLOW ROUWAVE BARRIER WEIRLOS SERIESF TEMINT SERIES! SPACEVA SERIESF WINDINT SERIESI REALCONS INTCONS CHARCONS OUTPUT SITE STATION GROUPF QNTTY CROSS PARTICL PRINT PRINT STORE STORE GROUPI GROUPF GROUPI GROUPF GROUPI MAP HIS MAP HIS Betac = [] Equili= N Rouwav= GENERAL Ergcl = [] Cofbar= [] [] SERIESF Filbar= Fmtbar* UN [] SERIESI Tsbar = [] GENERAL Ticrou= [] [] [] Thetac= [] Rfelag= [] Rfelng= [] Lwdry = MEAN COEFF Hkruv = [] [ ] Crouvl= [] [] Crouv2 = [ ] [] Lwtype= Fildis= Fmtdis= FR Tsdis - [] [] Cqs = [] Cqt = [ ] CqcN = [] [] [] Filtmp= Fmttmp= FR Temint= Y Tstmp = [j [] Wnsvwp= N Filwnd= Fmtwnd= FR Wndint= Y Rcoüsr= [ ] Icousr= [] Tswnd = [] Filusr= [] [,] Ccouar= Filsta= triscalobs Fmtsta= FR Namst = MNst = [ ] [ ] Filcrs= triscalcrs Fmtcrs= FR Namcrss MNcrs = [ ] [ ] [ ] Filpar= Fmtpar= FR Nampar= Tpar = [] [] YXpar = [] [] Iparg - [ ] Npari = [ ] PMhydr= YYYYYN PMproc= NNNNNNNNNN PMderv= NNN PHhydr= YYYYYNtt PHproc= NNNN1WNNNN PHderv= NNN PHflux= YYNN SMhydr= YYYNN SMproc= NNNNNNNNNN SMderv= YYNNN SHhydr= YYYN SHproc= NNNNNNNNNN SHderv= YYNNN [ ] [ ] [] [ ] []

35 FILES FOURIER PRINT STORE MAP Hl STORY MAP HlSTORY COMM RESTART SHflux= Filfou= Prmap = Prhis = Flmap = Flhis = Flpp = Restrt= YYNN E) Y

36 Sedimenttransport modellering Westersehelde Z289 januari 1999 Invoerbestand TRAN R02 WL delft hydraulics

37 * Composition of the input file of the transport module * project Westerschelde, drempel van Hansweert * testl Trstot * datum *** Module options I -1- Transport option (l=total, 2=suspended, 3=bed+suspended) MODS * Bed cond (1 = gradiënt-type, 2= concentration), * integral/algebraic expression (0/1) true -3- Instationary/stationary flow (true/false) INST *true -- Instationary/stationary boundary cond (true/false) INS false -5- Wave effects included/not included (true/false) NWAV * If NWAVE Then *true -6- Instationary/stationary wave field (true/false) INST *** Memory use Maximum number of flow fields MAXF * If NWAVE Then -11- * Maximum number of wave fields MAXW *** Time parameters Time step, number of initial timesteps IDTS,NTS Cycle length flow ITPE * If NWAVE Then * Cycle length waves ITPE *** Specification spiral motion effects Spiral flow effect on bed load yes/no included (1/0) * If LSECBO Then LSEC *1-18- Correction coëfficiënt spiral motion effect on direction *l -19- Spiral flow effect on susp tr yes/no included tl/0) LSE Correction coëfficiënt for the shields number FYTA Coefficients slope effect ASHLD,BSHL *** Bed characteristics false -22- Fixed layers present/not present (true/,false) NVAST * non uniform distribution read from file * md-depthfx * * Initial concentration * *** Boundary conditions MODSDA = 1 or 3 * ïf MODSDA = 1 or 3 Then -31-(NTO-times) Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND II Boundary number and type Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND

38 Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,o/l) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND {number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1} IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type {number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type {number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type {number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type Boundary number and type - (number,o/l) IBNDNR,IBND (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND Boundary number and type *************************************** (number,0/1) IBNDNR,IBND *1-3- Option dispersion coëfficiënt (1 = specified, 2= computed) * Dispersion coëfficiënt * Fall velocity suspended sediment *** General sediment parameters Density of sediment RHOS loe-6-1- Kinematic viscosity of water RNU Grain size for transp rel D50 * a- ZA, ZB * If NWAVE Then * 20-5b- *** Sediment transport relation 7-6- Number of transport formula IPOR *_, 7 Van Rijn (198) ALP D RKSC WS * End of specification of transport relation * * If MODSDA * lor 3 Then Coëfficiënt bed slope effect, bottom ALFA *00-9- Coëfficiënt bed slope effect, susp ALF Option numerical scheme NSTA a Power of transport relation, porosity BBTRS,PORS * If NSTAB = 1 or 3 or or 6 Then Stability coëfficiënt ALFS Automatic timestep (1/0), maximum Courant number NTYDA,CRNM * If NSTAB > or NTYDA = 1 Then -5- *3-5- Time averaging option INT

39 * * * Output definition OUTPUT DATA -55- Prescribed string preceeding the output records Output option (0/1) MODD *** Time histories Extend/overwrite history file (0/1) NOUT Start,end,increment for history file ITHISA,ITHISB,IDTH Number of locations for output sx,sy,sr,stx,sty,str etc NOSED * If NOSED >0 Then -60- NOSED-times (),() I,MC(Ï),NC(I) I,MC(I),NC(I) Number of cross-sections of type ksi=constant NTRA * If NTRAU > 0 Then -62- NTRAU-times * I,MITX(I),NIT1(I),NI2T * I,MITX(I),NIT1(I),NI2T Number of cross-sectiona of type eta=constant NTRA * If NTRAV > 0 Then -6- NTRAV-times ************* *0 *0 *** Initial iraps Output of grain size distribution D50 (0/1) Output of grain size distribution D90 (0/1) *** Time dependent maps of non-time averaged functions--' Extend time dependent map file Start,end,increment for ng map file Output of CZU Output of GZV Output of RSP 1-7- Output of SX (bed load) Output of SY (bed load) *1-76- Output of SXS (suspended) *1-77- Output of SXY (suspended) *l -78- Output of r (susp sed concentration) *0-78b- Output of erosion or deposition rate *** Maps of integral and averaged sediment transports *0 *o *1 *1 *o -79- Extend averaged map file Start,end,increment avg map file b Output of TTXI (time integr ini bedload S) -82- Output of TTYI (time integr ini bedload S) -83- Output of TTXA (time integr interv bedload S) -8- Output of TTYA (time integr interv bedload S) -85- (sus ini) -86- (sus ini) -87- (sus interval) -88- (sus interval) -88a- End of input of the transport module TRSTOT/TRSSUS- WQUAL NQUAL (0/1) NOUT ITMPIA,ITMPIB,IDTMPI (0/1) NQUAL (0/1) NQUAL (0/1) NQUAL (0/1) NQUAL (0/1) NQUAL (0/1) NQUA (0/1) (0/1) NQUA NQUA (0/1) NQUA (0/1) NOUT ITMPAA,ITMPAB,IDTMPA (0/1) NQUALT3 (0/1) NQUALT3 (0/1) NQUALT3 (0/1) NQUALT3 (0/1) NQUALT (0/1) NQUALT (0/1) NQUALT (0/1) NQUALT

40 Sedimenttransport modellering Westerschelde Z289 januari 1999 Invoerbestand MORF R02 WL delft hydraulics

41 * (INORES(I),1=1,3),KWITS integers * INORES(l) = 1/0 The data module of TRISULA is_not/is memory resident * INORES(2) l/o - - -Idem - -for - -transport module * INORESO) 1/0 Idem for bottom module 1/0 Yes/no auxilliary output * KWITS 0 0 t * * * * l * POROSI IINTRA * POROSI * IINTRA Initial transport is/is_not taken into account * (ITIMPR(I),1=1,6),INTCOM integers ITIMFR{13) First Last Increment times for writing History file ITIMFR(6) Idem for Map file INTCOM 0 Bottom on COM file overwritten (also starting bottom) 1 As 0 but starting bottom will be kept 2 All new Bottoms stored ***********! * ILUST ILUEN ILUDP IAPPND integers * ILUST 1/0 Over 1 bottom time step integrated transports are/not * ILUEN * ILUDP 1/0 i/o written The entrainment is/not written Differences in depths in one time step are/not written Map and History files extended/updated * IAPPND 1/0 ************************************************************************** ************* i t * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * NOSTAB integer Number of stations/locations for History ************************************************************* ************* * NOSTAB records Station name (char*0), M, N (integers) 'mp27' 27,138 *'50, 2' 50,2 *'51, 2' 51,2 ************************************************************************** * * For non specified open boundary segments IBNDNR = Open boundary number {TRISULA number) * IBNDTP = 3 The bottom depth will be specified * (in this case extra records must follow) Bottom depth unchanged

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43 Sedimenttransport modellering Westerschelde Z289 januari 1999 Besturingsmodule R08 WL ddft hydraulics

44 * General data * * Case Label Dummy1 Dummy2 'ro8' ' ' 'duml' 'dum2' * Restart option 0 = new run, 1 = restart 0 * * Reference date and time yyyymmdd hhmmss Starting time, time unit Backup option (always 0) 0 Number of modules called 3 Module Version Input file 2 1 'md-flowr08' 3 3 'md-tranro8' 1 'md-bottr08' Cycle length of data on communication file 0000 * Specification of process tree * * Number of branches Number of subprocesses 5 3 * Child-parent relations * Child node Parent node ********** specification of controls **************** **** control no Stop crit Second par Third par Start input Update type Update input 0 3 Stop crit Second par Third par 0 0 Start input Update type Update input 0 3 * Start type 1 **** control no, 2 * Start type 1 **** Control no 3 * Start type 2 Stop crit Second par Third par Start input Update type Update input 1 * node and subprocess from which time step is taken 3 **** control no Stop crit Second par Third par * Start type 2 **** Control no 5 * Start type Start input Update type Update input Stop crit Second par Third par 0 o Start input Update type Update input 3 0 * Definition of elementary subprocesses (end nodes) **** End node no1 Wave Flow Tran Bott (0 = off, 1 = on) * Time intervals * Module Start time End time **** End node no2 Wave Flow Tran Bott {0 s off, 1 = on)

45 * Time intervals * Module Start time End time **** End node no3 Wave Flow Tran Bott * Time intervals (0 = off, 1 on) * Module Start time End time * End of input R08-I

46 Sedimenttransport modellering Westerschelde Z289 januari 1999 Invoerbestand FLOW R08 wi delft hydraulics

47 IDENT RUNID PROCESS MAIN NAMCONS DOMAIN GRID DlMENSI THICK DISTANC CURVI INPPAR COMGRDF ORIËNT COMGRDI SPECIAL DISCH DEPTH DEFBNDF DEFENDI DRYF DRYI THNDAMF THNDAMI BARRIER WEIRLOS SPACEVA UNIFORM ADDPROC HEATMOD NUM-PAR RUNTIME TURBMOD RGDWALL TIDFORCE USERDEF SPHERE UNIFORM Ident = Runid = Subl = Sub2 = Namcl = Natnc2 = Namc3 = Narac = Name5 = MNKmax= Thick - Filcco= Fmtcco= Sphere= DxDy = Anglat= Grdang= Filgrd= Fmtgrd= MNgrd = Namdis= Disint= MNKdis= Fildry= Fmtdry= MNdry = Filtd = Fmttd = MNtd = Nanibar= MNbar = MNwlos= Fildep= Fmtdep= Depuni= Filbnd= Fmtbnd= Natnbnd= Typbnd= Datbnd= MNbnd = Alpha = ProfU = Label = Ktemp = Fclou» Sarea = Tkemod= Irov = ZOv = Tidfor= Nprcus= Prcusr= Nprinp= Eps = Iter = Dryflp= Dryflc= Itdate= Tunit = Dt Tstart= Tstop = 8DELFT3DUT ro trisca'l grd FR N triscalenc FR Y [ ] [ [ 3 triscalthd FR [ ] [ ] b969510ddep FR tttriscalopn FR [ 1 E ] [ ] [ ] Uniform 0 2 MAX M U

48 INIR INIF INII LEVEL OTHERS BNDCOND GENERAL SMOOTH HYDROAT HYDROHF HYDROHI FREQ HYDROTF HYDROTI PROCESF PROCSSI PHYSCOF HYDRO CMPNENT THRLMAN GENERAL BEDSTR VIDIF WIND PROCESS DENSITY XYGEN XYVAR UNIFORM 2D-SPV 2D-UNIF 3D-UNIF Tzone = Restid= Filic = Fmtic = ZetaO = U0 = V0 = S0 = T0 = C01 = C02 = C03 = C0 = C05 = 10 = Tlfsmo= Filana= Filcor= FilbcH= FmtbcH= Omega = Ampab = Phsab = FilbcT= FmtbcT= TsbcT = Ampab = FilbcC= FmtbcC= TsbcC = Sab = ProfC = Tab = ProfC = Cabl = ProfC = Cab2 = ProfC = Cab3 = ProfC = Cab = ProfC = Cab5 = ProfC = Rettis= Rettib= Ag = Rhow = Roumet= Filrgh= Fmtrgh= Ccofu = Ccofv = Filedy= Fmtedy= Vicouv= Dicouv= Vicoww= Dicoww= Wstres= Rhoa = AlphO = Tempw = Salw = 0000 FR [3 {] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] 3000 FR [] [] [] [] [] mor-tidervw FR [] [] [] FR [] [][][] ] [] uniform [] [] [] EJ [] Uniform [] [] [] [] [] ttuniform [] I] [] [] [] Uniform [] [] [] [] [] tfuniform [] [] [] [] [] Uniform [] [] [] [] [] Uniform 98X M fttriscalman FR [] [] FR [] [ï []

49 DISCHF DISCHI METEO SPECIAL HEAT WIND USERDEF FILES REALCONS INT CONS CHARCONS OUTPUT SITE STATION QNTTY CROSS PARTICL PRINT PRINT STORE STORE SECFLOW ROUWAVE BARRIER WEIRLOS SERIESF TEMINT SERIESI SPACEVA SERIESF WINDINT SERIESI GROUPF GROUPI GROUPF GROUPI GROUPF GROUPI MAP HIS MAP HIS Betac = [] Equili= N Rouwav= GENERAL Ergcl = [] Cofbar= [] [] E] SERIESF Filbar= Fmtbar= UN SERIESI Tsbar = [] [] [] GENERAL Ticrou= [] Thetac= [] Rfelag= [] Rfelng= [] Lwdry = MEAN COEFF Hkruv = [] [] Crouvl= [] [] Crouv2= [) [] Lwtype= Fildis= Fmtdis= FR Tsdis = [] [] Cqs = [] Cqt B [] CqcN - [] [] [] Filtmp= Fmttmp= FR Temint= Y Tstmp = [] [] Wnsvwp= N Filwnd= Fmtwnd= FR Wndint= Y Tswnd = [] [] [] Filusr= Rcousr= [} Icousr= [] Ccousr= Filsta= fcriscalobs Fmtsta= FR Namst = MNst «[ ] E ] Filcrs= triscalcrs Fmtcrs= FR Namcrs= MNcrs = [ ] [ ] [ ] Filpar= Fmtpar= FR Nampar= Tpar = [] [] YXpar = [] [] Iparg = [ ] Npari = [ ] PMhydr= YYYYYN PMproc= NNNNNNNNNN PMderv= NNN PHhydr= YYYYYN PHproc= NNNNNNNNNN PHderv= NNN PHflux= YYNN SMhydr= YYYNN SMproc= NNNNNNNNNN SMderv= YYNNN SHhydr= YYYN SHproc= NNNNNNNNNN SHderv= YYNNN [] [] E] [] [] E1 t ]

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