source: anuga_work/production/busselton/run_boundary_points.py @ 4995

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1"""Script for running tsunami inundation scenario for Dampier, WA, Australia.
2
3Source data such as elevation and boundary data is assumed to be available in
4directories specified by project.py
5The output sww file is stored in project.output_run_time_dir
6
7The scenario is defined by a triangular mesh created from project.polygon,
8the elevation data and a simulated tsunami generated with URS code.
9
10Ole Nielsen and Duncan Gray, GA - 2005 and Jane Sexton, Nick Bartzis, GA - 2006
11"""
12
13#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
14# Import necessary modules
15#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
16
17# Standard modules
18
19# # Related major packages
20# from anuga.shallow_water import Domain
21from anuga.shallow_water.data_manager import URS_points_needed_to_file, \
22     urs_ungridded2sww
23import project_new                 # Definition of file names and polygons
24
25#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
26# Copy scripts to time stamped output directory and capture screen
27# output to file
28#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
29poly = project_new.poly_all
30print "poly", poly
31print "project.boundaries_in_dir_name",project_new.boundaries_in_dir_name
32URS_points_needed_to_file(project_new.boundaries_in_dir_name,poly, export_csv=True, zone=50)
33#urs_ungridded2sww(project.boundaries_in_dir_name2, project.boundaries_dir_name5, mean_stage= project.tide,  verbose=True)
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