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  2. Todd Wood

    Scatter Module: Interpolate to map

    It sounds like you want to create feature objects from scatter data . To do that, you'll need to use one of the convert options available by right-clicking on the scatter set in the Project Explorer and selecting "Convert | ..." . The options to convert from scatter to map include converting the boundary of the scatter set to feature arcs, scatter breaklines to feature arcs, or scatter contours to feature arcs. The interpolate from scatter to map tool you were trying to use is intended to interpolate values from a scatter set to existing feature objects in the active map coverage.
  3. Last week
  4. Shahidul Islam

    Scatter Module: Interpolate to map

    Actually, I want to draw domain coverage like the picture attached below. But, feature arc can be drawn only on plan view. So, I am trying to interpolate elevations from scatter sets to nodes and vertices. Without any feature object present in active coverage, "interpolate to map option" doesn't work. If you have any idea on drawing such type of feature arc, share with me.
  5. Todd Wood

    Scatter Module: Interpolate to map

    The "Interpolate to Map" option should become undimmed if you have a coverage selected (active) that has feature objects in it. Make sure you have a map coverage selected that has feature objects in it and then try to access the command again.
  6. Ben M.

    Intel(r) Visual fortran run-time error

    Hello Shahidul, I was able to find some information for you on the SRH-2D Errors page from the XMS Wiki. If you need further help, the Aquaveo Technical Support Team (support@aquaveo.com) may be able to help you. -Ben
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  8. Ben M.

    Image/raster display in GMS10.4

    Zbynek, I was able to open and view the files you linked in both the project explorer and the main window. I am running the latest build of GMS, 10.4.1. Let me know if re-installing GMS changes anything for you. You can have both versions 10.4 and 10.3 installed and running at the same time. The exception is that you cannot have, for example GMS 10.3.1 and 10.3.2 installed at the same time, it must be one or the other. Feel free to send any questions over to Aquaveo's Technical Support Team at support@aquaveo.com. -Ben
  9. Zbynek

    Image/raster display in GMS10.4

    Dear Alan, Thank you for your answer and for your assistance. I tried to read various images (e.g. aerial images exported from ArcGIS v. 10.3, or QGis) in tif or jpg formats (incl. correct world files) into GMS v. 10.4. The images are listed in the project tree, but the are not visible in the main window. It does not matter which projection is selected (or even if no projection is selected). I will completelly uninstall GMS and try clean installation. Is it possible to have installed versions 10.3 and 10.4 on the same same PC? Please find attached a sample of image files I tried to use. The default projection for the Czech republic is EPSG 5514 (S-JTSK/Krovak). Best regards Zbynek ruzne.jgw
  10. Michal

    MT3DMS concentration in MODFLOW-NWT dry cells

    Hello, I think that MTD3MS was released long before MODFLOW-NWT. MODFLOW-NWT does not change IBOUND value to 0 if cell goes dry and this is probably the cause of problems you are facing. I think MT3D-USGS has improved handling of such situation: MT3D-USGS also includes the capability to route a solute through dry cells that may occur in the Newton-Raphson formulation of MODFLOW (that is, MODFLOW-NWT).
  11. Hi Kpham Could you tell me, Which version of GMS do you used? Insert other media
  12. In GMS, when I right clicked on "grid" and export my desired dataset as a shapefile. The selected dataset does not show up properly in ArcGIS. As shown in the picture below, the datasetonly lists the cell and indicates whether or not the cells were active. No concentration data. I heard from another user that this is a potential bug. Has anyone experienced this?
  13. kpham89

    Dual domain mass transport

    Hi Lalith, I was finally able to test your work around and it worked but only for my smaller dataset. For my larger dataset, I got the error in Arggis saying that “the field type is invalid or unsupported for the operation.” I suspect that I might have deleted too many datasets. From your experience, what is the bare minimum that needs to be there other than the concentration dataset and the MODFLOW/MT3DMS branches of the grid for GMS to export the timeseries of the concentration dataset properly?
  14. Shahidul Islam

    Intel(r) Visual fortran run-time error

    Hi, I am getting the following error message while performing sediment transport simulation. Is there any solution to this problem?
  15. Hydrology

    Transient Pump Rate Interpolation

    Are the pumping rates interpolated between time periods? I have pump totalizer data on irregular time steps and I am trying to make sure that I am representing them correctly in the pump time series. In the example below I show the date and the totalizer readings in (gals). I convert the total gals to an average gpm computed over the time period since the last reading, then to a ft3/day for input into modflow. Does modflow interpolate the flow between time steps, or does it use a specified flow rate for each time step until another one is specified (stepped pump rate). For example is the pump rate on 3/13/12 in the example below 0.00 ft3/day, or is it 77.33 ft3/day? I want to make sure that I get the mass balance for pumped volume correct. Date gals) (gpm) (ft3/day) 3/12/12 0.0 0.0 0.0 3/15/12 5,212.0 1.2 -232.3 3/16/12 8,674.0 2.4 -462.8 3/19/12 9,752.0 0.2 -48.0
  16. Alan Lemon

    Image/raster display in GMS10.4

    There are changes to the images and projections in GMS 10.4. GMS 10.3 and earlier used a different library for projections and display of images than 10.4. We have a fairly large suite of tests that we run to make sure that images and projections are working correctly but there is no way that we are currently testing all configurations. It may be that the particular projection you are working in has a bug in the library that we are using. It would be great if you could send the information along to the support team so that we can look at it and fix the issue. If anyone else runs into a similar problem I would ask them to send the files along to tech support and we will address the issue.
  17. Alan Lemon

    Transient spatially distributed recharge

    Sorry for the late reply. This feature is in GMS 10.4 in the recharge package. There is a button "Rasters -> Array". You choose all the raster files that you would like to apply to your grid and then there is a spreadsheet where you can specify the stress period for each raster.
  18. Hello all, I am a long -time user of GMS and I am testing GMS v. 10.4.1. now. It seems to me that in GMS v. 10.4 raster/image layers (tif, jpg) in GIS layers are not visible or displayed correctly (despite from the project and layer projection settings), even in projects, created and correctly displayed in GMS v. 10.3. Has anybody experienced the same issue? Thanks for any reply. Zbynek
  19. Hi, I've been a heavy WMS user for over 3 years and recently started using the NSS model, and was wanting to know if someone could provide some clarification regarding how WMS is computing the watershed geometric characteristics for input into the regression equations. The regression equations I'm using require an area, a channel slope (at 10/85%), and a main-channel length. I've created a watershed model that is performing satisfactorily, but some of the geometric output numbers are a bit puzzling, specifically the channel length parameter. I've compared WMS output to my own measurements to verify, and sometimes it's a struggle to match any of the WMS numbers at all. I'm referring to both basin-specific channel lengths, obtained by clicking on basin icons, and cumulative lengths, obtained by clicking on outlets. My question is, what exactly is it outputting for that parameter and how is it computing that value? Any information would be very helpful.
  20. Shahidul Islam

    SRH-2D Bank erosion module

    Thanks for your reply. Actually, I mean that I am using SMS for numerical modeling as It comes with SRH-2D which is the solver. Full sediment transport capabilities are supported in SMS from the release of SMS 12.2. You can check it here. https://www.xmswiki.com/wiki/SMS:What's_New_in_SMS_12.2#SRH-2D
  21. Donald Hendon

    SRH-2D Bank erosion module

    First of all, SMS does not do numerical modeling. It is for pre- and post-processing of numerical models. Second, I do not believe that the sediment transport aspect of SRH-2D has been implemented into SMS. I think it will be added in the next version, and you may be able to use it in the current beta version. Hope this helps!
  22. Shahidul Islam

    SRH-2D Bank erosion module

    Hi, I am using SMS 12.3.4. My thesis is related to hydrodynamic modeling with bank erosion along a river. By going through several papers, I came to know that SRH-2D had included bank erosion module. I want to use this module, but I can't find any guideline in internet that how I can use this module if I use SMS for numerical modeling. It would be very helpful for me if someone give me some guideline or step-wise direction on how to use bank retreat module of SRH-2D along with SMS. Thanking you, Shahidul Islam.
  23. This question involves two related simulations I am reviewing (not creating) that both use MODFLOW-NWT and MT3DMS (i.e., NOT MT3D-USGS). In the results of the first simulation (steady-state flow), cells in the upper two layers are saturated and have finite concentration values, as calculated by MT3DMS. These concentration results are then used as the initial concentrations for the second simulation. In the second simulation, the water table is lowered below the upper two layers (also steady-state flow). These cells are now above the water table and are "inactive," but the results show non-zero concentrations. The unsaturated zone is not being simulated. I understand that water can flow through such "dry" cells in NWT. However, because the original MT3DMS is used I would have thought that the concentration in the dry cells would be zero, i.e., MT3DMS would mark these dry cells as inactive. But when viewing the results in GMS, cells that are clearly marked as dry cells have finite concentration values. I would think that these dry cells would have zero concentration even if MT3D-USGS was being used. If anyone can help me understand this I would appreciate it. Thanks.
  24. Shahidul Islam

    Unable to see progress window

    Sorry. I have mistaken. That was not hydrograph but residual graph. Thank you very much.
  25. Donald Hendon

    Unable to see progress window

    I have been using SRH2D for about 5 years now, and it has never shown a hydrograph while running. The graph what was taken out, showing a downward trend, was a graph of the residual. If I remember correctly, that is how much volume is "lost" out of the model. That is about as deep as I can go in describing it. Sorry.
  26. Shahidul Islam

    Unable to see progress window

    Could you remember whether the removed one is the hydrograph showing when model running or not? Because, now I am able to see the progress for monitor point but can't see any progress hydrograph.
  27. Donald Hendon

    Unable to see progress window

    You should still see the 2 monitoring points in the srh2d_3.2_quickwin screen. Verify that the two points are getting wet in the model. That window used to have 3 windows inside it. They removed one, but I don't remember what version it was when they removed it.
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