source: anuga_work/production/australia_ph2/eucla_motel/project.py @ 6385

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1"""
2This file contains all your file and directory definitions
3for elevation, meshes and outputs.
4"""
5
6import os
7from anuga.utilities.system_tools import get_user_name, get_host_name
8from time import localtime, strftime, gmtime
9from os.path import join, exists
10
11
12#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
13# Directory setup
14#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
15
16# this section needs to be updated to reflect the modelled community.
17# Note, the user needs to set up the directory system accordingly
18state = 'australia_ph2'
19scenario_name = 'eucla_motel'
20scenario_folder = scenario_name
21
22#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
23# Initial Conditions
24#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
25
26# Model specific parameters.
27# One or all can be changed each time the run_model script is executed
28tide = 0                # difference between MSL and HAT
29zone = 52               # specify zone of model
30event_number = 65371    # the event number or the mux file name
31alpha = 0.1             # smoothing parameter for mesh
32friction=0.01           # manning's friction coefficient
33starttime=0             # start time for simulation
34finaltime=1000          # final time for simulation
35
36setup = 'trial'         # This can be one of three values
37                        #    trial - coarsest mesh, fast
38                        #    basic - coarse mesh
39                        #    final - fine mesh, slowest
40
41#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
42# Output filename
43#
44# Your output filename should be unique between different runs on different data.
45# The list of items below will be used to create a file in your output directory.
46# Your user name and time+date will be automatically added.  For example,
47#     [setup, tide, event_number]
48# will result in a filename like
49#     20090212_091046_run_final_0_27283_rwilson
50#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
51
52output_comment = [setup, tide, event_number]
53
54#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
55# Input Data
56#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
57
58# ELEVATION DATA
59# Used in build_elevation.py
60# Format for ascii grids, as produced in ArcGIS + a projection file
61ascii_grid_filenames = [] # 250m grid 2005
62
63# Format for point is x,y,elevation (with header)
64point_filenames = ['grid250m_pts.txt'] # 250m grid 2005
65
66### Add csv header list to all files in point_filenames
67##headerlist = ['x', 'y', 'elevation']
68##for f in point_filenames:
69##    add_csv_header(join(topographies_folder, f), headerlist)
70
71    # BOUNDING POLYGON - for data clipping and estimate of triangles in mesh
72# Used in build_elevation.py
73# Format for points easting,northing (no header)
74bounding_polygon_filename = 'bounding_polygon.csv'
75bounding_polygon_maxarea = 100000
76
77# INTERIOR REGIONS -  for designing the mesh
78# Used in run_model.py
79# Format for points easting,northing (no header)                   
80interior_regions_data = []
81
82# LAND - used to set the initial stage/water to be offcoast only
83# Used in run_model.py.  Format for points easting,northing (no header)
84land_initial_conditions_filename = []
85
86# GAUGES - for creating timeseries at a specific point
87# Used in get_timeseries.py. 
88# Format easting,northing,name,elevation (with header)
89gauges_filename = 'gauges.csv'
90
91# BUILDINGS EXPOSURE - for identifying inundated houses
92# Used in run_building_inundation.py
93# Format latitude,longitude etc (geographic)
94building_exposure_filename = 'busselton_res_clip.csv' # from NEXIS
95
96# BOUNDING POLYGON - used in build_boundary.py and run_model.py respectively
97# NOTE: when files are put together the points must be in sequence
98# For ease go clockwise!
99# Check the run_model.py for boundary_tags
100
101# Thinned ordering file from Hazard Map (geographic)
102# Format is index,latitude,longitude (with header)
103urs_order_filename = 'urs_order.csv'
104
105# Landward bounding points
106# Format easting,northing (no header)
107landward_boundary_filename = 'landward_boundary.csv'
108
109# MUX input filename.
110# If a meta-file from EventSelection is used, set 'multi-mux' to True.
111# If a single MUX stem filename (*.grd) is used, set 'multi-mux' to False.
112##mux_input_filename = event_number # to be found in event_folder
113                                    # (ie boundaries/event_number/)
114##multi_mux = False
115mux_input_filename = 'event.list'
116multi_mux = True
117
118#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
119# Clipping regions for export to asc and regions for clipping data
120# Final inundation maps should only be created in regions of the finest mesh
121#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
122
123# ASCII export grid for Busselton
124xminBusselton = 340000
125xmaxBusselton = 352000
126yminBusselton = 6271500
127ymaxBusselton = 6280000
128
129# ASCII export grid for Bunbury
130xminBunbury = 369000
131xmaxBunbury = 381000
132yminBunbury = 6308000
133ymaxBunbury = 6316500
134
135################################################################################
136################################################################################
137####         NOTE: NOTHING WOULD NORMALLY CHANGE BELOW THIS POINT.          ####
138################################################################################
139################################################################################
140
141# Get system user and host names.
142# These values can be used to distinguish between two similar runs by two
143# different users or runs by the same user on two different machines.
144user = get_user_name()
145host = get_host_name()
146
147# Environment variable names.
148# The inundation directory, not the data directory.
149ENV_INUNDATIONHOME = 'INUNDATIONHOME'
150
151# Path to MUX data
152ENV_MUXHOME = 'MUXHOME'
153
154#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
155# Output Elevation Data
156#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
157
158# Output filename for elevation
159# this is a combination of all the data generated in build_elevation.py
160combined_elevation_basename = scenario_name + '_combined_elevation'
161
162#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
163# Directory Structure
164#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
165
166# determines time for setting up output directories
167time = strftime('%Y%m%d_%H%M%S', localtime()) 
168gtime = strftime('%Y%m%d_%H%M%S', gmtime()) 
169build_time = time + '_build'
170run_time = time + '_run_'
171
172# create paths generated from environment variables.
173home = join(os.getenv(ENV_INUNDATIONHOME), 'data') # Absolute path for data folder
174muxhome = os.getenv(ENV_MUXHOME)
175   
176# check various directories/files that must exist
177anuga_folder = join(home, state, scenario_folder, 'anuga')
178topographies_folder = join(anuga_folder, 'topographies')
179polygons_folder = join(anuga_folder, 'polygons')
180boundaries_folder = join(anuga_folder, 'boundaries')
181output_folder = join(anuga_folder, 'outputs')
182gauges_folder = join(anuga_folder, 'gauges')
183meshes_folder = join(anuga_folder, 'meshes')
184event_folder = join(boundaries_folder, str(event_number))
185
186# MUX data files
187# Directory containing the MUX data files to be used with EventSelection.
188mux_data_folder = join(muxhome, 'mux')
189
190#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
191# Location of input and output data
192#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
193
194# Convert the user output_comment to a string for run_model.py
195output_comment = ('_'.join([str(x) for x in output_comment if x != user])
196                  + '_' + user)
197
198# The absolute pathname of the all elevation, generated in build_elevation.py
199combined_elevation = join(topographies_folder, combined_elevation_basename)
200
201# The absolute pathname of the mesh, generated in run_model.py
202meshes = join(meshes_folder, scenario_name) + '.msh'
203
204# The pathname for the urs order points, used within build_urs_boundary.py
205urs_order = join(boundaries_folder, urs_order_filename)
206
207# The absolute pathname for the landward points of the bounding polygon,
208# Used within run_model.py)
209landward_boundary = join(boundaries_folder, landward_boundary_filename)
210
211# The absolute pathname for the .sts file, generated in build_boundary.py
212event_sts = join(event_folder, scenario_name)
213
214# The absolute pathname for the output folder names
215# Used for build_elevation.py
216output_build = join(output_folder, build_time) + '_' + str(user) 
217# Used for run_model.py
218output_run = join(output_folder, run_time) + output_comment
219# Used by post processing
220output_run_time = join(output_run, scenario_name) 
221
222# The absolute pathname for the gauges file
223# Used for get_timeseries.py
224gauges = join(gauges_folder, gauges_filename)       
225
226# The absolute pathname for the building file
227# Used for run_building_inundation.py
228building_exposure = join(gauges_folder, building_exposure_filename)
229
230# full path to where MUX files (or meta-files) live
231mux_input = join(event_folder, mux_input_filename)
232
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