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Example which contains the flow around a Gaussian shaped mountain

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31. Purpose
4   This example shows the flow around a single 3d idealized
5   mountain. The mountain shape is Gaussian. The inversion height lies
6   below the mountain top so that a part of the topography resides in
7   stable stratification.
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92. PALM-Version / SVN Revision
10   PALM 3.6 / SVN Revision 244
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123. Required user code
13   No user code is required.
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154. Input: example_mountain_p3d
16   Cyclic lateral boundary conditions are used. The 3d-model is initialized with
17   the solution of the 1d-model. Rayleigh damping is switched on.
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195. Preprocessing
20   The topography file has to be prepared according to the topography conventions
21   used in PALM. The topography file is created with aid of a 2d Gauss function.
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236. Program start - mrun call
24   mrun -d example_mountain -h lcsgih -K parallel -X8 -T2 -t900 -q testq
25   -r "d3# pr# ts# xy# xz# yz#"
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277. Monitoring: example_mountain_rc
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298. Postprocessing
30   No postprocessing of the data is required.
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329. List of attachments
33   example_mountain _p3d
34   example_mountain_rc
35   example_mountain_topo
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