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  1. Can't import images

    Hi, I have a non georeferernced image I want to bring into GMS 10.2. I can open up the files, and move around the little numbers in the dialogue. However, when I go to do anything else (like zoom or enter numbers) GMS crashes every time. How can I fix this?
  2. Hi, When I try to interpolate a raster to a modflow layer (using a .adf file) GMS wont actually perform the function. Sometimes it will map some elevations to the layer, but they will be nonsense elevations that arent anywhere near what is contained in the raster. Any thoughts or workarounds? Thanks, matt
  3. Hi, I have created a grid using the Map->3D grid command. However when i go to us the activate cells in coverages command, I am left with more active cells in layer 1 than in the other layers. For example when i look at the IBOUND array for the cells in row 6 column 11, the IBOUND is 1 in layer 1 and 0 in the remaining layers. This happens at numerous locations around the boundary of the model domain. Any suggestions on how to easily fix this?
  4. Map -> RT3D for multiple species

    I tried that. It didn't work, but for a different reason. If the shape of the TCE and DCE source areas were different, then the source concentrations would be cut in half or more for some reason. I finally just did Map->RT3D for the TCE and then for DCE manually selected the cells and input the source zone concentrations.
  5. Map -> RT3D for multiple species

    I am running a model with both TCE and DCE. I created a starting concentration coverage for both TCE and DCE as the contours for the individual constituents do not overlap. When I use the Map->RT3D command for TCE everything works fine. However when I then go to use the Map -> RT3D command for the DCE starting concentration, the TCE starting concentrations all disappear and I am left with just the DCE starting concentrations. I have tried mapping the coverages individually and simultaneously but I still get the same result. A similar thing happens when I try to map the transient specified source zone concentrations to RT3D. Anyone know how I can easily map these individual concentration coverages without the other species disappearing?
  6. RT3D/Transient Observation Coverage

    never mind. I just tried switching the degradation of BTEX and then back to PCE/TCE dechlorination and that made the species appear. thanks for your help.
  7. RT3D/Transient Observation Coverage

    Hi, I had already done what you suggested and no luck. the species are just not showing up. In fact i had created the model in version 9 and everything was fine, but I started having this problem when i switched over to version 10. Not sure what the issue is.
  8. Hi, I am using RT3D in GMS 10 to simulate Aerobic/Anaerobic PCE/TCE dechlorination. I would like to set up a transient observation coverage for the TCE and another one for DCE. However, it does not appear that I have that option. When I go to the coverage setup under observation points, there is no check box for transient concentration. Also, when i go to the Basic Transport Package and then to Packages, the Transport Observation Package is dimmed so that i can't check it. Does GMS no longer allow transient concentration observation points or is there something that I am missing in the documentation? Thanks for any help you can provide.
  9. Hi, It seems the more data (jpegs, shapefiles, etc.) I add to my model, the more often the arcs, polygons, and head contours disappear. If i refresh the model, they will all reappear. However, now that I am starting to build an RT3D model, they will not appear at all. I have tried turning off all of the jpegs and other images and that doesn't work. Anyone have any solutions? Thanks, Matt
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