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In Femwater Modular the output head file is pressure head. but actual field observation data is total head. What is the conversion relation between pressure head and total head, and how to change the setting for GMS to export the total head for every nodes.

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In Femwater Modular the output head file is pressure head. but actual field observation data is total head. What is the conversion relation between pressure head and total head, and how to change the setting for GMS to export the total head for every nodes.

Thank you very much

The total head is the elevation of the node plus the pressure head calculated in GMS. When you run GMS 6.5 it calculates both the pressure head and total head.

Cameron

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The total head is the elevation of the node plus the pressure head calculated in GMS. When you run GMS 6.5 it calculates both the pressure head and total head.

Cameron

Thanks to your reply. My question is how to print the total head out in the form of Text document

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Thanks to your reply. My question is how to print the total head out in the form of Text document

You can export the total head as an ASCII data set by right clicking on the total head data set and selecting export. You will need to change the save type from binary to ASCII.

Cameron

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