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  1. Hi, Could anyone please kindly give me the precise definition of STORAGE in the Water Balance Table obtained after a Modflow run. I have been trying to figure out why the figure increases with drier conditions. Thank you. Tan
  2. Hi, I have been able to run my simulations with Modflow NWT with the UPW Package and I am now in the process of calibrating the model. What I have come to notice is that the materials' properties that I have defined in 'MATERIALS: Modflow' seem to have been swapped around when applied to the UPW package. Horizontal anis. seems to have taken values from Vertical anis; Specific yield takes values from Specific storage and vice versa. When I select the 'USE MATERIAL ID' option in UPW, the values in these parameters remain the same and a Modflow run creates a flat Error vs. Interation line and doe
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    TINs Component

    I have recently purchased GMS Modflow II and have tried opening the project that I put together through the trial version. Once the project is selected, all seems to be there except the TINs that were created prior to the purchase. The program states that 'GMS is not enabled to read the following data: TIN data. You may need to purchase additional components or you may need to change the program mode in the preference dialog.' I have checked the program's registration and everything seems to be enabled and have tried changing the program mode to 'GMS Site' where TINs mode is stated to be avail
  4. The "Do not stop ..." option is used for transient simulations. When this option is on, if the MODFLOW model does not converge for a particular time step, it continues to the next time step rather than aborting. http://www.xmswiki.com/xms/GMS:PEST_ASP_Package#Do_Not_Stop_on_Non-Convergence
  5. Thanks Sean. Will let you know if I find anymore info on it.
  6. Hi Sean, Thank you for your reply. Those reactivated cells with 'Warning: Time var. spec. head in an inactive cell i=xx, j=xx, k=1' had 'Starting head lower than bottom elevation in cell i=xx, j=xx, k=1' instead. From what I understand these are just dry cells and they do not affect the ability of the model to run. It would be great if you could provide more information about the NOSTOP option. Thank you again. Hongthai
  7. Hi, This is how I proceeded to fixing the two errors mentioned before; 1) Starting head lower than bottom elevation in cell [...]: CELLS WERE IN K=1 AND WERE DEACTIVATED 2) The changing head boundary is below the bottom elevation of cell [...]: CELLS WERE IN K=1 TO K=4. THEIR SPECIFIC HEADS WERE DELETED FROM 'SOURCES/SINKS' BUT CELLS REMAINED ACTIVE After cell deactivation in layer 1 the following error appear: 3) Warning: Time var. spec. head in an inactive cell i=xx, j=xx, k=1. These cells were identified and activated again through changing their IBOUND value to 1. Tried running the model
  8. Hi Sean, Thank you for your reply. I will try this tomorrow and let you know how I get on. Hongthai
  9. Hi Alan and Sean, Thanks to your guidance, I have been successful in running transient simulations (10 stress periods, 10 days time steps) for parts of my study area using MODFLOW-NWT. The current problem that I am having now is running the same simulation for my entire study area which is about 544km2. There are only three boundary conditions that I am using; 1) Wells, 2) Recharge and 3) Specified Head (CHD). I am using the last to specify the coastline in the model. When checking for model errors for a small sample area, two things come up; 1) Starting head lower than bottom elevation in ce
  10. Hi Alan, Thank you very much for you reply. I will address all the things you have mentioned over the weekend and will let you know how the model gets on. Hongthai
  11. Hi Sean and Alan, Thank you very much for your kind replies. I have changed the maximum number of iterations in the solver package and everything seems to run fine using the MODFLOW2000. I have tried switching to MODFLOW-NWT and so far it has worked fine as well. Both models seems to work for transient but not steady state simulation. Rewetting does not allow the models to converge under the circumstances I have tried. Could you kindly advise to why this may be. After obtaining the results from the successful transient runs, I would like to view the simulated heads on different day of the run.
  12. Hi Alan, Thank you very much for your prompt reply. Yes that is indeed the case. Once switched off, ModFlow still stops at the same place. Please kindly advise. Thank you.
  13. Hi, I am working on a project examining the effect of land-use and climate change on groundwater flow for a specific area in Thailand. The model covers approximately 550km2 and has 10 layers, covering 5 geological layers (I have experimented with less numbers of layers but does not seem to get the interaction between the geological structure right). So far, I have tried running the model with two basic boundary conditions; recharge and lake, to see if ModFlow would work. I was successful in running the model once but tinkered with the re-wetting option and have been unsuccessful in running the
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