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Testing the system

The SWASH system consists of one executable file (swash.exe), a command file (swash.edt) and a run procedure (swashrun.bat or swashrun). Depending on your system, you may use 32-bit or 64-bit executable. These executables for Windows 7/8.1/10 can be obtained from the SWASH website. The input and output to a number of test problems is provided on the SWASH website. The files with extension sws are the command files for these tests; the files with extension bot are the bottom files for these tests, etc. This input can be used to make a configuration test of SWASH on your computer. Compare the results with those in the provided plot files.


To run the SWASH program for the test cases, at least 500 MBytes of free internal memory is recommended. For more realistic cases 1 to 2.5 GBytes may be needed, whereas for more simple 1D cases significant less memory is needed (less than 100 MBytes).



The SWASH team 2017-04-06