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Alan Lemon

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  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. I assume that you have contacted support@aquaveo.com. If not you should do that. We are not aware of any reported bugs with MODPATH particles so it may be something particular to the project files that you are working with or it may be something particular to your system. Working with support will be the best way to get this resolved.
  4. You can do this manually by editing the origin and rotation of the grid in the Grid Properties dialog.
  5. Right click on the dataset and choose View values. Choose the export text button.
  6. The Active Dataset Time Series plot will give you the values at selected cells for a particular dataset. Is this what you are looking for? Alternatively, you can right click on the dataset and export it to a text format.
  7. These are really old forum posts and I believe that this feature was implemented after these questions. If you run the "dual domain" part of this tutorial you will see that the sorbed concentration is read into GMS as part of the MT3D solution. http://gmstutorials-10.3.aquaveo.com/MT3DMS-AdvancedTransport.pdf
  8. Check your license by going to the Help | Registration command. I am guessing that the 2D Scatter module is not enabled. You can contact sales@aquaveo.com to take care of that if you want to.
  9. Look at the Guassian simulation tool with the 2D Scatter points. It can generate these types of arrays.
  10. Alan Lemon

    RCH output

    Based on some further testing. I was not able to reproduce this problem in the latest version of 10.3. If you follow these steps you will get an ASCII *.dat file with all timesteps. 1. Duplicate the RCH Rate item in the MODFLOW\RCH\RCH Rate. This will create a new dataset. 2. Right click on the newly created dataset and choose the Export option from the menu. In the dialog, select the "ASCII Dataset Files (*.dat)" filter and save the file.
  11. The new feature will be in the next version of GMS (most likely 10.4).
  12. You may want to give a better desciption of what you are trying to accomplish; then others can give advice.
  13. Alan Lemon

    RCH output

    This looks like a bug. When you export a *.dat ascii file it should export all time steps. I have reported a bug.
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