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  1. I can't figure out how to keep this from happening. The PTM model was working well, then I tried setting up a horizontal line trap, and then a polygon trap, and now I get this error message when I try to run the model. Thanks for any insight you can provide. Reading sediment trap data... forrtl: severe (64): input conversion error, unit 51, file C:\Documents and Settings\Desktop\IHC 7\sources4.trap Image PC Routine Line Source ptm.exe 0061270A Unknown Unknown Unknown ptm.exe 0060F8F8 Unknown Unknown Unknown ptm.exe 005B1B90 Unknown Unknown Unknown ptm.exe 005B0D6A Unknown Unknown Unknown ptm.exe 005887A8 Unknown Unknown Unknown ptm.exe 004AA0ED Unknown Unknown Unknown ptm.exe 0046FB25 Unknown Unknown Unknown ptm.exe 0041A00D Unknown Unknown Unknown ptm.exe 0061EA83 Unknown Unknown Unknown ptm.exe 005EFB89 Unknown Unknown Unknown kernel32.dll 7C817077 Unknown Unknown Unknown
  2. John, Thanks again for your assistance. Right now my PTM model will not run because it says that my hydrodynamic data is temporally shorter than the simulation run. I understand that I cannot create transient data sets from within SMS 10.0. But is it possible to "add time" to steady-state velocity data, so it applies for a longer timeframe? ERROR: *** FLOW FILE DOES NOT RUN BEYOND STOP TIME *** Thanks John.
  3. No, I am using SMS 10.0. I imported the velocity and water surface data as scatter sets, then interpolated them to the mesh.
  4. Hi John. Thanks again for all your help. I have another question. You said: "Use the data set toolbox (Temporal | Sample time steps) to create a transient data set if your data is steady state." How do I do this? I'd like to add time steps to my velocity and water surface elevation data. I don't see a way to create a "Temporal" data set. Under the "data" menu the options are "Geometry" and "Coastal," neither of which seem to apply. Thanks again.
  5. I have created a scatter set of the velocity data I want to use, but have been unsuccessful at interpolating the vectors to the mesh. I can interpolate the scalar values to the mesh, but how do I apply direction to them after-the-fact? Thanks.
  6. Thank you John. I am working on putting the velocity and SWE scatter data together. When I load those files in, do I do it in the same project where I have the bathymetry data, or do I start a new one? Also: when I open the .sms file where the bathymetry mesh is, I get two error messages. "NETA does not match the number of open boundary nodes." and "There is a forcing boundary but no constituents specified and the fort.19 cannot be read." What is NETA? How can I turn off the forcing boundary? I don't think tidal constituents make sense in my case. Thanks to you again!
  7. I'm a new SMS user, and am using ADCIRC to generate the input files for a PTM model. I've got the coastlines, mesh, and bathymetry data working, but my question is: how do I generate the XMDF data files containing water surface elevations and currents? From what I understand ADCIRC is supposed to generate fort.63 (global elevation) and fort.64 (global velocity) files when run, based on tidal forcing. I'm modeling a canal off of a lake, however, so I don't want velocities generated from tides. What I'd like to do is input SWE and velocity at several points (from gage data), extend that to the rest of the mesh, and then save that in XMDF format for use in PTM. Is this possible?
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