I am using BULK_FLUX and have already ran my model with ERA5 data interpolated offline. However, this is intensive on disk space so I would like to use the online interpolation option.
I have encountered an issue with define ONLINE where the model crashes after the first timestep. This is using the same data that was processed by the offline interpolation. When the model used the offline interpolated data, it ran for a full three years with no issue. Therefore, I didn’t expect it to crash now after one timestep.
Any comments or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Could you tell us how the model crashes ? what is the content of your croco.out file ?
I will come back to you, my model is now crashing in it’s original format (undef ONLINE) so there is something else wrong.
- …the create_bulk.m file, and processing pressure then as part of interp_ERA5.m.
However, when running ONLINE, these croco_blk files are needed for tides. I have added tides to the croco_blk files because there isn’t a croco_frc file when bulk formulation is used. This file is copied and…
I think you are mixing the bulk file and the forcing file.
The tides waves must be contained in the forcing file (see forcing section in croco.in)
The bulk flux are in the bulk files (see bulk_forcing in the croco.in)
Thanks. I understand your point but I felt I needed to write the tide data to each croco_blk file (labelled by year and month). I have submitted a new question in relation to best practice for setting tides. In our operational work, tides are reinitialised annually. How is this done interannually?