I downloaded the “TC-00_Bijvelds_Square_Harbor_Test_Case”. In its “Model” folder, there exists many files. I don’t understand the meaning of numbers “0123456789” in “cell.inp” & “celllt.inp”. By the way, are there some more detailed learning resources for beginners? The descriptions in “Test Case Models” are somewhat short.
The horizontal grid of cells is defined by a cell type array which is specified by the file cell.inp. The numbers 1-9 in comment line help the user to easily see the size of the array. Inside the array the numbers:0 dry land cell not bordering a water cell on a side or corner. 1 triangular water cell with land to the northeast2 triangular water cell with land to the southeast3 triangular water cell with land to the southwest4 triangular water cell with land to the northwest5 quadrilateral water cell9 dry land cell bordering a water cell on a side or corner or a fictitious dry land cell bordering an open boundary water cell on a side or a corner.The celllt.inp files is the horizontal cell type identifier file for saving mean mass transport.A lot of guidance materials for building models is available here:https://eemodelingsystem.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/HOW/overviewThe EE user guide is here:https://eemodelingsystem.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/EEREF/overviewSome information on EFDC computational aspects, and EFDC input files is not currently available in our knowledge base, but we do plan to update it in the future.
I’m sorry but it seems you forgot to add the link.
A lot of guidance materials for building models is available here:The EE user guide is here:
Sorry about that, I have updated the post.