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  1. Hello I tried to use the Ugrid on my 3-layer model before, but I had to switch to a 3D grid after realizing that it is not possible to create cross sections on a Ugrid. Now I'm facing a different issue. I created my cross sections but when the cells run dry they don't display in the cross section, and the layer displays with gaps. As soon as the cells flood the layer displays with no gaps. I understand that as soon as the cell runs dry the cell IBOUND is inactive, but when the cell floods the IBOUND status changes to Active. Is there a way to display the inactive cells on a cross section together with the water table? I just found the option of displaying them only on plain view but I need them displayed also in front and side views. I tried the cross sections option. I managed to display the full layers but the water table is not displayed under that setting. Thanks
  2. 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 general, of how we can tackle the issue. We are thankful for any answers that could help us!
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