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This pages contains information on the attributes of the _sa_check file.  This GIS layer contains a point object for each cell centroid where a cell-based boundary has been applied.
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There are a number of attributes output as noted in the table below.
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'''Attributes of grd_check'''<br>
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{| align="center" class="wikitable" width="75%"
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! style="background-color:#005581; font-weight:bold; color:white;"| Attribute Name
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! style="background-color:#005581; font-weight:bold; color:white;" width=75%| Attribute Description
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| ID||The nodestring ID associated with this boundary.
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| Type||The boundary type specified. For example 'QC'. Please consult the boundary section of the TUFLOW FV User Manual for more information.
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| SubType||The boundary sub-type. Please consult the boundary section of the TUFLOW FV User Manual for more information.
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| Source||The input file providing the timeseries data specified on the boundary.
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|}
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The bc check for a downstream water level is shown below with the accompanying attribute table.<br>
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[[ File:SA Check.PNG|600px]]
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Revision as of 17:39, 22 February 2019

This pages contains information on the attributes of the _sa_check file. This GIS layer contains a point object for each cell centroid where a cell-based boundary has been applied. There are a number of attributes output as noted in the table below. Attributes of grd_check

Attribute Name Attribute Description
ID The nodestring ID associated with this boundary.
Type The boundary type specified. For example 'QC'. Please consult the boundary section of the TUFLOW FV User Manual for more information.
SubType The boundary sub-type. Please consult the boundary section of the TUFLOW FV User Manual for more information.
Source The input file providing the timeseries data specified on the boundary.

The bc check for a downstream water level is shown below with the accompanying attribute table.
SA Check.PNG