Michael Kennard

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  1. GMS doesn't import this type of file. You will need to export the TIN as points or a shapefile that GMS can read.
  2. GMS uses double precision to store location data, not just the first 2 or 3 sig figs.
  3. This can be done in the SFR2 Package dialog. The table of segments lists OUTSEG and IUPSEG and can be edited with the negative lake IDs.
  4. I'm assuming you're dealing with MODFLOW. You can edit the IBOUND array and make all values 1.
  5. I would suggest contacting the authors of MODFLOW-USG, Sorab Panday and Chris Langevin to make your request.
  6. This has been implemented in the next version of GMS.
  7. This has been implemented in the next version of GMS.
  8. This has been implemented and will be in the next version of GMS.
  9. This has been implemented and will be in the next version of GMS.
  10. In the LPF (or BCF) package, do you have the "Layer property entry method" set to "Use material IDs"?
  11. Yes, we have definite plans to expand the CLN capabilities in GMS, but it's too soon to give you a projected release date. Thanks for your interest.
  12. When the "Create Particles at Wells" command is used, GMS could have the starting locations remember the name of the well that they were created around and include that information in the Pathline Report.
  13. You can only identify the cell that the particle started from. I can see how the GMS code could be modified to keep track of the name of the well that the particles were created around if the "Create Particles at Wells" command is used, and include that info in the pathline report, but it's not programmed to do that currently. I'll create an item in the feature requests forum.
  14. In recent versions of GMS, the command can be found in the Mesh menu, under Convert To. If you don't see the Mesh menu (on the main menu bar), you may not be in the 2D Mesh module. The main menu changes depending on what module you are in. There is a module toolbar that let's you switch modules, and the module will also change if you click on the mesh in the Project Explorer.
  15. Everything is the same, but GMS does not run MODPATH automatically. You must save, then click the Run MODPATH command under the MODPATH menu. The reason GMS doesn't run MODPATH automatically for transient models like it does for steady state models is because MODPATH can take a long time to run with some transient models.