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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 attach
  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
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