## A01 shoaling and refractionThe purpose of this test is to verify the correct implementation of shoaling and refraction. A domain with flat Inclined bottom is considered. The depth decreases from 10 m at y=0 to depth -1 m at y=4000 m. At the Southern boundary (y=0) an incident wave field is assumed which propagates in a direction 30° from S. In order to come close to the analytical solution this incident wave field has a narrow frequency spectrum with a narrow directional distribution. The peak period is 10 s. The analytical results are computed as follows; the wave direction $\theta $ (measured from the normal to the coast) results from Snel's law:
$sin\; \theta \; /\; c$ and the wave height from:
$c$ In plotfile A01.plt computed values for Hs and average direction are compared with the analytical results. 9 cases are considered: - A01a
- 1d computation
- A01b
- regular 2d grid in standard orientation
- A01c
- regular grid rotated over 10 degr.
- A01d
- curvilinear 'wavy' grid, the grid can be seen in plot A01d.hpg
- A01e
- curvilinear 'jagged' grid, the grid can be seen in plot A01e.hpg
- A01f
- curvilinear 'jagged' grid, the grid can be seen in plot A01f.hpg
- A01g
- spherical coordinates
- A01h
- repeating grid
- A01j
- unstructured grid
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