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Hi, I have a problem regarding flooding and wetting which makes it difficult to calibrate the model. It is representing a coastal area with thin clay layers and sandy till which we assumed to be 1 m each. The two bottom layers represent rock with the upper one being fractured and thus have a higher hydraulic conductivity. The surfaces are imported from ArcMap and ranges between 30 and 0 m. constant head and no-flow was assumed.The main problem I found is that the groundwater table is almost completely flat in contrast to the terrain. Any ideas of packages, solvers or any tips in gene
Hi ! I am relatively new to SMS and to AdH. I model a complex meandering river and overland flow situation. My model is 25 km long and combines parallel rivers in an extreme flood event (steady state). The floods cover the whole width of the valley (3.5 km) in many sections. I believe that I have been able to create a reasonable good mesh. I run a steady state simulation, I am into the first couple of hours of my calculation with these BC settings: IP MIT 200 IP NIT 1 IP NTL 0.01 IP ITL 0.01 TC STD 0.1 10.0 I allow for mesh refinement, for my riverbeds are really steep. This means that m