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  2. Donald Hendon

    Monitor Line as Outlet BC

    Do you mean to have a monitor line along with an outlet? If it is just a monitor line, there will be no outflow.
  3. traggatmot

    Monitor Line as Outlet BC

    Is it alright for an outlet BC to simply be a Monitor Line?
  4. traggatmot

    SMS - Culvert Modeling Error

    It's running now. Now for all the tweaking.
  5. Whether it is checked on or off, the times displayed will not change. You have to remove it from the project window for the times to change.
  6. The original two hour run (sans-culvert) was a success, so I still have it sitting in the mesh that was used for that run. I generated another mesh to be used with my culvert run, more quadrilateral components where it seemed necessary, and have been running into problems getting that run to complete. I guess I thought the timestep window would update to reflect the solution files that were turned on....? Maybe I still have the old solution files turned on though - I am in the middle of a run right now that actually seems like it will complete!!!! SO, I am gonna have to wait to answer your point more clearly.
  7. I ask because if you have another run in the project window, it will show the timesteps from it. You can click through the time, but if you have the output selected with the shorter run, the display should stay the same.
  8. calberts

    SMS - Culvert Modeling Error

    I do work for Aquaveo. Thanks for letting me know.
  9. Is it just me, or does the timestep window that allows you to scroll through model output not update to show the most recent (and possibly shorter) run results if that runs fails? I am currently attempting to run something for 30 minutes, and tinesteps up to 2 hours are visible, which were first generated by a successful run that ran for 2 hours. Thanks, Tom
  10. traggatmot

    SMS - Culvert Modeling Error

    Calberts, do you work for the company? I also have a request in with them to check this out, and was wondering if I am double dipping.
  11. traggatmot

    SMS - Culvert Modeling Error

    It comes down to failing at the first timestep to produce flow on the other side of the culvert, with the flow elevation (TW elevation) being higher on that first wet cell than what is allowed in the 'Reverse HY8 Tables'? Edit: Calberts, just saw your post. Will try that.
  12. calberts

    SMS - Culvert Modeling Error

    Thanks for checking that. SRH-2D will interpret the geometry in SI units if the horizontal projection unit is in meters. So what I believe is happening is that SRH is interpreting the ~330 ft mesh elevations as 330 meters and the TW values are much much higher than the 330 ft values in the HY8 table. I would recommend making your horizontal and vertical units consistent by using the "Reproject All" function to convert all your horizontal units to feet or all your vertical units to meters, whichever one fits the situation. After doing that you should be ok to run SRH and even raise your timestep back up. -Cody
  13. traggatmot

    SMS - Culvert Modeling Error

    Map Coverage (Inlet, Outlet, Culvert BCs) and Mesh are both in the same projection, as is the display projection - as far as I can tell. I just re-projected all to the one same projection as well, just to be sure.
  14. traggatmot

    SMS - Culvert Modeling Error

    That is entirely possible and something I will check out right now.
  15. calberts

    SMS - Culvert Modeling Error

    One thing I notice is that the reported Max TW in the error message is 108.21 and the culvert definition inverts are defined as ~330. This is roughly about the conversion of meters to feet. Is there a chance that your mesh projection and display projection are set to meters for the vertical unit?
  16. traggatmot

    SMS - Culvert Modeling Error

    What does that look like? Little pink squares? I am not sure what I am seeing....
  17. Donald Hendon

    SMS - Culvert Modeling Error

    What I meant by it linking to nodes is if you turn on snap preview through display option, or shift q, You can see which element faces it is linking to. Not sure if that is the problem you are getting here though, but still good to check. I got that same error when my culvert arc was not long enough to link to a face. Snap preview will definitely help you see that.
  18. traggatmot

    SMS - Culvert Modeling Error

    Train30, TS is currently set to 0.1 seconds for 30 minutes. I am trying different outlet BCs to try and avoid this error but nothing works so far.
  19. train30

    SMS - Culvert Modeling Error

    I wonder if you're getting a spike in water surface at the boundary line with a depth of 100 to 1,000 feet right on the culvert. Decrease the time step could help
  20. traggatmot

    SMS - Culvert Modeling Error

    That did make it run, right up until this error: Tackling this error now......
  21. train30

    SMS - Culvert Modeling Error

    Traggatmot, Looks good. Plenty of cells along the culvert Have you tried shrinking the boundary to not include that cell? May not be a permanent solution, but could make run. Phillip
  22. traggatmot

    Without an ability to Undo - lock layers?

    OMG!!!! Wow, wish I knew about that sooner.
  23. Donald Hendon

    Without an ability to Undo - lock layers?

    There is a lock option for vertices and nodes in the mesh and scatter coverage that prevents you from moving them.
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