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  1. Thanks Rusty. I was able to get the TUFLOW to give me data in my coarse mesh grid by moving my polygon just outside of the limits of my coarse grid. However, the program wouldn't run unless I also made the vertices of for polygon of my fine grid to be just inside the fine grid elements. A little confusing to me, but it does now work.
  2. Hello, I am trying to use two different grids with different cell sizes. I have attempted to follow the xmswiki at http://www.xmswiki.com/xms/SMS:TUFLOW_Linking_2D_Domains the best I could. When I run my simulation and look at my results, I only see the results at the boundaries which are near the outside of my coarse grids and the cells inside the finer grids, but nothing in the coarse grid(see attached). Any idea what I may be missing? Best Regards, Kevin
  3. Directional Scatter Data range from 0 degrees to 360 degrees. When interpolating this data to the mesh, SMS will provide strange results when adjacent scatter data is near the 0 degrees (some points are slightly more than 0 and others slightly less, say 355). In cases like this, the direction may be wrongly mapped to the mesh as approximately 180 degrees. The three interpolation methods (linear, Inverse Distance Weighted, and Natural Neighbor) do give different results, but all are wrong. Any ideas for how to get a proper interpolation in cases like this?
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