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  1. As the title states, I am looking for a working example of a 2dm mesh file with E6T elements (six node quadratic triangles). The information on the SMS wiki is incomplete and contradictory - see highlighted image below. Source - xmswiki.com/wiki/SMS:2D_Mesh_Files_*.2dm The "Format" and "Sample" items The most complete information that I've found through Google searches is from a Department of Defense document from 1999 - see highlighted image below. Source - gmsdocs.aquaveo.com.s3.amazonaws.com/fform30.pdf Following this example, I created the attached file "test_2dm_e6t_single_element.2dm" in an attempt to create a single E6T element like the one shown in the image above. The file is read and the nodes are recognized, but not the element is not read resulting in an error. Any help would be greatly appreciated! test_2dm_e6t_single_element.2dm
  2. Hi all, New user to TUFLOW/SMS trying to overcome this issue (pictured). When importing a 2dm mesh data (created from TUFLOW Tutorial 06) which featured a 1d solution area along the river and a 2d solution area at the floodplains, I have observed that the Z elevation values of the 1D area is positioned above the 2D area. This does not affect the viewing of results in plan view but I am curious if there would be a way to properly align the two areas so that results viewing would be realistic in 3D view. Thank you very much, Tyson
  3. Hello! I have a mesh file in the .2dm format, supported by SMS. I wish to use it in a SRH-2D simulation. The file is opened correctly by SMS, however I cannot seem to be able to link it to the simulation in the project explorer. The option "link to" is not available when I right-click on the mesh. How can I solve this problem? Thank you, Pablo
  4. I recently was looking at some .2DM output that wasn't working with an old script and I was wondering whether the format has changed. The cards in question are like: NS 13479 -13205 28NS 13726 14041 14374 14754 15169 14753 14373 14039 -14040 29NS 13750 14062 14392 14063 14064 14065 14066 14067 14068 14069NS 14393 14777 15199 15622 16018 16017 15621 15198 14776 14391NS -14061 30NS 14032 14033 14034 14035 14369 14750 15165 14751 14371 14372NS 14752 15166 15593 15991 15988 15590 15589 15161 14749 -14368 31NS 14321 14700 15103 15529 15925 16291 16613 16290 15924 15528NS 15102 -14699 32NS 15147 15148 15149 15574 15966 15967 15968 15969 16326 16633NS 16894 17130 16893 16632 16325 15965 -15573 33NS 15184 15185 15611 -15186 34NS 15577 15578 15579 15972 -15971 35NS 15982 15983 15984 16342 16649 16911 16647 16339 16341 -16340 36NS 16351 16359 16360 16659 16658 16354 -16352 37 .... which appear to have an identifier after the final, negative node. This doesn't seem to match the documentation at http://www.xmswiki.com/xms/SMS:2D_Mesh_Files_*.2dm#Nodestrings Is the final number a nodeString entity ID? Also, the wiki page says the 'BCS' card is obsolete, but it is included in http://www.xmswiki.com/xms/SMS:2D_Mesh_Files_*.2dm#Sample_File_2. Perhaps the http://www.xmswiki.com/xms/SMS:2D_Mesh_Files_*.2dm#Changes_from_10.1_to_11.0 section should say: * BC 0, BC 1, and BC 1, replace BCN, BCS and BCE Is there better documentation somewhere else?
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