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Benjamin Daniel

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  1. FEMWATER does have particle tracking, however, if the contaminants are undergoing any chemical reactions, you may want to consider using MT3D or RT3D (you can find out more about all of these at www.xmswiki.com). If you are interested in a custom, on-site training, you can send an email to training@aquaveo.com Regards, Benjamin Daniel XMS Technical Support
  2. You can read more about steady state versus transient here: ftp://pubftp.ems-i.com/download/GMS/GMS%2...ls/Femwater.pdf There aren't any tutorials for transient simulations at this time, but if you would like to request an on-site training, you can send an email to training@aquaveo.com. Let us know if there is anything else we can do for you, Regards, Benjamin Daniel XMS Technical Support
  3. A data set can be exported by right-clicking on the data set in the Project Explorer and select the Export command. The Save As dialog has three filter types that can be exported: * Binary Data Set Files (*.dat) * ASCII Data Set Files (*.dat) * HDF5 data Set Files (*.h5) The data sets can't be converted directly to ArcGis, however, you could try converting the ASCII files into ArcGis when importing the files into ArcGis.
  4. I did a quick run-through with the RDP package in SEAM3D and the initial concentrations were all what I expected them to be. Make sure your models and your GMS are updated by: 1) going to ems-i.com 2) go to download section 3) log in 4) select the 'models' and 'executable update' downloads If that still doesn't help, send the files to support@aquaveo.com and we'll see if we can reproduce your problem with your files. Regards, Benjamin Daniel XMS Tech Support
  5. The conductivity for a polygon is entered in a conductance per unit area, and derived from this equation: C=(k/t) *lw Where t represents the thickness of the material in the direction of flow, and lw represents the cross-sectional area perpendicular to the flow direction. So the t is the thickness in the direction of flow. Please look at the following link for more info: http://www.xmswiki.com/index.php?title=GMS...Sink_Attributes Hope that helps, Benjamin Daniel XMS Tech Support
  6. Fish, Is GMS not recognizing the locks? Will it just recognize one? Do you have different drivers for the different locks installed on the machine? If there is more than one Sentinel driver on a machine they can conflict with each other. There is a different driver that you could use, however, that should work with both locks. There are a few things you would need to do to get this driver. 1) Go to http://www.safenet-inc.com/support/tech/sentinel.asp 2) Click on 'Sentinel SuperPro' 3) Scroll down and find the 'SSD Cleanup' 4) Download and run that. This will delete all instances of Sentinel drivers from your computer (including registry, etc.) 5) Restart your computer 6) Make sure your USB lock is not plugged in 7) Go back to the same place where you downloaded the SSD Cleanup before 8) Find the driver called 'Sentinel Protection Installer v7.4.0' 9) Download and run that This should work for both hw locks. Let me know if this helps, Benjamin Daniel XMS Tech Support
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