OSB.DAT

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Another example with wider boundaries (so that you can see where to put start and end points)
Another example with wider boundaries (so that you can see where to put start and end points)
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  'RIVERIN'  2 2 2 79 'E'
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  'LEFTIN'  2 2 2 79 'E'
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  'RIVEROUT'  179 2 179 79 'W'
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  'RIGHTOUT'  179 2 179 79 'W'
  'POWERIN'  60 2 60 2 'N'
  'POWERIN'  60 2 60 2 'N'
  'POWEROUT'  120 2 120 2 'N'
  'POWEROUT'  120 2 120 2 'N'
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Latest revision as of 14:23, 14 February 2013

OSB.DAT is the file describbing the number of boundary conditions, their names, positions and orientation (ex : E=going east)

example

'DANUBE' 25 102 25 102 'E'
'DANUBE2' 50 102 50 102 'E'
'DNEPR' 94 135 94 135 'S'
'DNEPR2' 94 130 94 130 'S'
'BOSPHOR' 42 4 42 4 'N'
'BOSPHOR2' 42 10 42 10 'N'

Another example with wider boundaries (so that you can see where to put start and end points)

'LEFTIN'  2 2 2 79 'E'
'RIGHTOUT'  179 2 179 79 'W'
'POWERIN'  60 2 60 2 'N'
'POWEROUT'  120 2 120 2 'N'
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