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  1. Has anyone experienced gaps in boundary conditions (not all cells along a boundary arc are being assigned the boundary condition) with MODFLOW-USG or after converting a structured grid to an unstructured grid? What could be causing this problem? Greg
  2. I found an error (not sure if it was something I selected or a problem in GMS) with the vertical K value for the clay. In the LPF properties, if the option to "Specify anisotropy factors" was selected instead of "Specify Kv" for a given layer, the value that was being brought from the Materials table to the LPF array was the Vertical k value instead of the Vertical Anisotropy value; therefore, the calculation to assign the Vertical k was incorrect. In my case, this resulted in a Vertical k for the clay that was much larger than what I had specified in the Materials table.
  3. I am also utilizing a specified head boundary condition on the downgradient end--set at one value for all layers (the aquitard does not exist at the downgradient end of the model). Yes, I have been running steady-state simulations. How do I simulate the observed head difference between the two sand aquifers? Currently, the two sand aquifers equilibrate across the aquitard. Greg
  4. I am trying to model two sand aquifers separated by a clay aquitard. The aquitard pinches out and the two sand aquifers become one. Where the aquitard is present, the head in the overlying sand is approximately 13 feet higher than the head in the underlying sand. There are five layers: one for the overlying sand, three for the clay aquitard, and one for the underlying sand. I am utilizing a specified head boundary condition on the upgradient side of the model and am inputing a higher head in Layer 1 (upper sand) than in Layer 5 (lower sand). There is seven orders of magnitude difference
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