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  1. I apologize, but I am new to GMS and relatively new to Modflow. I have a two layer model with glacial till on top of a bedrock layer for a large watershed. I have my rivers as a polygon shapefile with the data as attributes. Each cell has one polygon associated with it since I intersected my modflow grid and ID each river segment by the cell number (see image right side: Top elevation = surface elevation attribute, riverbed elevation= thalwegM_1, and bottom of grid cell is the berktop attribute, and starting head = StartHead1) I import this into the conceptual model where I have one line for each polygon. I understand that GMS will multiple my conductance value by the area within each cell. However, when I map this to modflow, I have multiple lines per grid cell in the River sources and sinks. Can anyone explain to me where these values are all coming from? (see image left side) I think that they are coming from each effected side of the grid cell? In this example cell, I don't know where the last line is coming from. The stage and elevation are much lower and the conductance is so much higher. Thank you anyone for the clarification! Tammy
  2. Please let me know if GMS FEMWATER supports transport modeling of decay. The interface provides for entry of a decay constant - but my build runs with a non-numeric value entered and no difference in simulation results if a numeric value is specified.
  3. GMS 10.0 Has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  4. GMS 10.0 Has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  5. GMS 10.0 Has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  6. GMS 10.0 Has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  7. GMS 10.0 Has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  8. Hi there, while setting up a groundwater model i noticed the following differences between the display of date and time. The time unit is set to seconds. The values in the stress periods windows are entered manually and represent the desired time steps, after i added the recharge to the model the RCH Rate windows shows somehow messed up time steps. If I deactive the Show dates/time tick in the RCh rate windows it shows me values like 0,365 ... etc., 365 seconds result in +/- 6:08 minutes which is shown but actually the time steps should cover 1 year, so 365 days should result in 1 year.
  9. GMS 10.0 Has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  10. Hi there, is there any way to set up a GMS to use a proxy connection? Or to use the system's proxy settings? Situated behind a proxy I'm neither able to use the check for updates functionality nor the register a single user hardware lock option. Cheers, Stefan
  11. GMS 10.0 Has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  12. GMS 10.0 Has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  13. Hello. I have a MODFLOW model developed using GMS. The model domain is like a rectangle rotated about 30degree clockwise. the north and south boundaries are no-flow boundary. But, the east and west boundaries are defined as general head boundary (GHB). The flow direction in the domain is always from northwest to southeast. I want to run the model as steady-state, I have quarterly measurements of water levels in couple wells inside model domain. My question is where should I get the head, and conductance to set-up my GHBs in the west and east boundaries? Is there any general rule that I should follow? Thanks, bk
  14. GMS 9.2 Has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  15. GMS 10.0 Has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  16. GMS 10.0 Has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  17. GMS 9.2 Has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  18. GMS 9.2 Has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  19. GMS 9.2 Has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  20. GMS 9.2 Has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  21. GMS 9.2.3 Has been released! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here.
  22. Hi Everybody, I wonder how possible to use LiDAR data with GMS. For an example, lets say I have some groundwater monitoring bores in my study area. So I use a "bores.txt" file to upload those borehole data in GMS (Similar to "holes.text" file in tutorial - "Boreholes and Cross Sections") . Now I want to snap the tops of those bores to a surface which is the surface of top soil in my study area. According to "Boreholes and Cross Sections" tutorial I should have a TIN file (with .tin extension - page 5) to do that. But I have only LiDAR data as a LAS data set to represent my study area. So could anyone please tell me how to achieve it using my LiDAR data? In fact I have used ArcGIS to generate the TIN surface for the study area with LiDAR LAS data. But I can't export that TIN surface as a file with ".tin" extension using ArcGIS (ArcMap). So I wonder if I can use GMS to generate TIN surface with LiDAR data. OR is there any other way of getting this done? Thanks - Nathan
  23. GMS 9.2.1 Has been released! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. Like This Quote MultiQuote Edit
  24. GMS 9.1.6 Has been released! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The tutorials can be downloaded here.
  25. glarsen

    GMS 9.2 Beta!!

    GMS 9.2 Beta Now Available!!! The 32-bit installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit installation can be downloaded here.
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