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  1. Thank you for your help, Can you tell me more about the fort22 file (note that I don't have pressure data, no measurements) Thank you very much
  2. Hello, I'm a student in the ENIT (National Institute of Engineer in Tunisia), we have a license for the SMS 8.1 I'm looking for the effect of pressure gradients on the hydrodynamic of a lagoon. I've only the SMS 8.1 to work with, and I've tried to simulate storms in order to get similar effects. The problems are : - the simulation doesn't consider the data entered in RMA2 model control (they are always deleted after saving) - the BC file doesn't consider the BWS card when I save the RMA2 -I'm taking the Tref = 2hrs, and the simulation seems to consider storm from the begenning (NSTORM=1) - I've tried to enter the BWS card manually in the BC file, but the result is similar to a simulation without storms Note that I'm trying to simulate a test (rectangular geometry with a depth about 4 meters), and I'm using the rma2v435 model. I'm also using a generic formula for winds but I don't define thems. I didn't use SMS before and in my institute no body can show me how to use the storms application (no body's worked on) Thank you for help.
  3. Hi ! I'm looking for the effect of pressure gradients on the hydrodynamic of a lagoon. I've only the SMS 8.1 to work with, and I tried to simulate storms in order to get similar effects. The problems are : - the simulation doesn't consider the data entered in RMA2 model control (they are always deleted after saving) - the BC file doesn't consider the BWS card when I save the RMA2 -I'm taking the Tref = 2hrs, and the simulation seems to consider storm from the begenning (NSTORM=1) - I've tried to enter the BWS card manually in the BC file, but the result is similar to a simulation without storms Note that I'm trying to simulate a test (rectangular geometry with a depth about 4 meters), and I'm using the rma2v435 model. I'm also using a generic formula for winds but I don't define thems. I didn't use SMS before and in my organisation no body can show me how to use it, especially for simulating storms (no body's worked on) Thank you for help.
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