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  2. I have Build 10.4.10 installed and I see the Horizons -> 3D Mesh option come up when I look for it. My only guess is that your license doesn't include the 3D Mesh module. The pop-up box you show on your screen shot actually covers up the view of the available module icons, so I can't answer that by looking at your screen. However, the location where the 2D Mesh module would normally be (between the solids module and the 2D grid module) does not show the icon for the 2D Mesh module, so I'm guessing that you don't have either of the 2D Mesh or 3D Mesh modules. You can figure this out by l
  3. If I have this right, multipliers for Recharge in MODFLOW are not applied on a cell-specific basis, but rather by stress period across the entire grid. Therefore, if you want different multipliers for each stress period, you can do this in a spreadsheet (one column), copy the cells, and drop them into the GMS recharge input box. If you need to multiply different areas of your grid, you will have to do that manually, but creating data sets (one for each recharge and one for the multipliers) and multiplying the data sets before pulling them into the recharge rate input. Right now, that's
  4. I have a transient model that has around 1500 grid cells. For temporal recharge, I used polygons to import recharge Timeseries data into the grid model. Now, I have to import the polygons of multiplying factors for recharge. The problem here is GMS does not have an option to import multiplying factors from polygons to grid cells. Can anyone help me in this regard?
  5. Is it possible to export SRH-2D model output as shapefiles? For instance, is it possible to export the Wet/Dry Boundary as a shapefile?
  6. Thank you so much for your help!
  7. Thank you so much for your generouis response.. The FINF, it is for infilitration (recharge), but is there any way to directly input the rainfall date, like if you hava a storm for 48 hr, with (L/T) data? the figure below for the recharge rate
  8. You can input rainfall as infiltraton rate FINF. UZF package should take care of calculating true groundwater recharge from this flux accordingly.
  9. Thank you so much for your generouis response.. The FINF, it is for infilitration (recharge), but is there any way to directly input the rainfall date, like if you hava a storm for 48 hr, with (L/T) data? the figure below for the recharge rate
  10. Dear Sir/ Madam, I hope you are well. I have studied the StratigraphyModeling-HorizonsTINsAndMeshes. There, the second numbering under the first paragraph under the section of 5 Creating Mesh on page 8, it talks about Horizons--> 3D Mesh command. I believe that even I have done all the previous instructions correctly, I cannot see this option. Please see the attached screenshot. I think that there might be a bug. Otherwise, could you please inform me where my mistake is? Thanks in advance. Best regards.
  11. Yes, you input infiltration rate (L/T) at land surface as FINF (NCOL, NROW). The documentation is here: https://water.usgs.gov/nrp/gwsoftware/modflow2000/MFDOC/index.html?uzf___unsaturated_zone_flow_pa_3.htm https://pubs.usgs.gov/tm/2006/tm6a19/pdf/tm6a19.pdf
  12. Are you able to input the prec. data directly to this module, or it has only the option for Recharge rate? please, if you have any documantation or information for how to enter a storm events to this UZF or SFR2 package, share that with me?
  13. They don't have all the builds on their downloads page, as you have noticed. Sometimes you can reach out to tech support (support@aquaveo.com) and they may be able to send you the build you are looking for. It's worth a try! -Calberts
  14. Does anyone know where I can download older versions of 13.0.X? The website only shows the option to download 13.0.14 as well as a few 12.X downloads.
  15. Hi, Could you please tell me if a SEWAT model can be calibrated using PEST in GMS? This model was calibrated in the mode of MODFLOW using PEST. However, it does not take the effect of the salinity wedge intruded inland along the coastline (although the GMS set up of this model includes all MODFLOW, MT3DMS and SEWAT and salinity wedge and associated coastline boundary conditions). Using the calibrated hydraulic conductivities, vertical anisotropies and recharge rates, The model was run in SEWAT form but water levels are much higher than the calibration targets now because the salinit
  16. Hi, Could you please tell me if a SEWAT model can be calibrated using PEST in GMS? This model was calibrated in the mode of MODFLOW using PEST. However, it does not take the effect of the salinity wedge intruded inland along the coastline (although the GMS set up of this model includes all MODFLOW, MT3DMS and SEWAT and salinity wedge and associated coastline boundary conditions). Using the calibrated hydraulic conductivities, vertical anisotropies and recharge rates, The model was run in SEWAT form but water levels are much higher than the calibration targets now because the salinit
  17. There appear to be issues with importing KMZ files into SMS 13.0.8. SMS 13.08 (64 bit win) seems to convert KMZs to shape files, then applies the shape files within SMS….but the result is not useful/visible/workable. SMS 12.x Had good capability to import KMZ files. What has changed with SMS 13.x? Is there a trick to importing KMZs into SMS 13---importing all the KMZ...not jus partial line-segments. An example KMZ is attached--- SMS 12.x ingested this KMZ fine(all was shown in SMS). SMS 13, not successful. IS THERE A SOLUTION, for same KMZ capability in SMS 13 as was
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    Modflow - modpath

    Thank You very much Rob ! Because I´m a geologist then I´m thinking effective porosity "purely" as a material dependent phenomena (eg. gravel 0.3, clay 0.0001). You "opened my eyes" to figure out "what´s going on" (= keep hydraulic conductivity the same), Thank You.
  19. David, Sorry about the problems you're having. I haven't heard of this issue. If you are able to get a set of files to duplicate this problem and send your files and information to support@aquaveo.com, we could make sure any issues get fixed and get an update out. Chris
  20. Hi, While adding SuperLink tile drains to an existing watershed model WMS threw an unusual error when saving - something along the line of not being able to save a binary scalar value. I restarted the program, which fixed the problem when saving, but am now missing the previously developed overland flow grid. I hadn't noticed that this was missing until I tried to intialize the tile drains/pipes from arc geometry and noticed that the land surface elevation values were not being updated. Any ideas of what might be happening? Perhaps a bug in WMS when working with SuperLink features? Than
  21. I have adcirc v51 in my windows 10 local machine. The model runs well and output fort.63. But it is not writing out a maxele.63 file. Is there any model parameter to write them out other than NOUTGE, TOUTSGE, TOUTFGE, NSPOOLGE - GLOBAL ELEVATION OUTPUT INFO (UNIT 63)
  22. Hi, I have a SEAWAT simulation with the constituents in it. It was developed using GMS. I also saved the model in regular text based form of USGS. I am using this USGS format to conduct simulations. It has 44 stress periods. I want to run the simulation for a shorter duration (starting date does not change but only the ending date changes). I changed the number of time steps in .dis file (NPER) but simulation continues all the way to the end (44 stress periods). Then, I also changed the relevant time step information in .btn file (NPER – record 3, NPRS – record 16, TIMPRS(NPRS) - record
  23. Hi, I have a SEAWAT simulation with the constituents in it. It was developed using GMS. I also saved the model in regular text based form of USGS. I am using this USGS format to conduct simulations. It has 44 stress periods. I want to run the simulation for a shorter duration (starting date does not change but only the ending date changes). I changed the number of time steps in .dis file (NPER) but simulation continues all the way to the end (44 stress periods). Then, I also changed the relevant time step information in .btn file (NPER – record 3, NPRS – record 16, TIMPRS(NPRS) - record
  24. Hello, I am encountering an error where, when I try to register my copy of GMS (Groundwater Modeling System) It states an error: "Virtual Machine or Server detected. Network Lock required." Security String :0 56bb669ee I am not using a virtual machine, I am using a fresh install of windows 10 on a Surface Book. Please advise, Thank you in advanced.
  25. Hello, There is a parameter in the swt_v4.f on line 200 called MXPER. It should be just a matter of changing its value to lets say 100 000 and compiling.
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