Concentration Delbed Solution File
A SED2D Concentration and Delbed binary solution file is saved upon normal
completion of an SED2D simulation if the KPU variable was activated on the $L2
Bed Structure File
A SED2D bed structure binary solution file is saved upon normal completion of an
SED2D simulation if the KOHOTB variable was activated on the $L2 card. The
SED2D Bed Structure binary file contains information about the age and
The ability to add Titles in the SED2D run control input file provides a means to
describe the data which is being modeled. Titles are specified using the T1 and T2
cards, and a T3 card.
Note: A Title card must be the first card in the run control file, otherwise
SED2D will not recognize the file as valid input. The T3 card actually identifies
your solution file.
Including Title Information
Enter the Title and descriptive information about your data on T1, T2, and T3 cards.
You may use as many T1 and T2 cards as you wish, and card order is unimportant.
Be sure to end your set of Title cards with a T3 card.
The Last Title Card
The last Title card is the T3 card. Only one T3 card is allowed and it must be the
very last title card. SED2D reads the `3' to mean the end of the Title cards.
Tip: The information on the T3 card is retained by SED2D and is written into
the binary solution file header. Use the T3 card to your advantage. Supply
information which will allow your solution file to be more easily identified in the
What Kind Of Computer Do You Have?
Why Should You Care?
Because different computer systems may store and retrieve information in different
ways, SED2D needs to know the type of system on which it is running so it can
properly transfer information on the system.
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Users Guide To SED2D-WES