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  1. Hello people, In my model SRH-2D created an unlogical amount of discharge out of nowhere so I decided to divide the model into two seperate models with the goal to use the upper part's exit-discharge as the lower part's inlet-discharge. However in both the new upper and the lower model SRH2D stops right away saying that the code diverged; further reduction of time step would help the problem. In the original model I was able to use 2s-timesteps. In the two new ones I already went down to 0.1 s and it still doesn't work. Does anyone have an idea about the reason for that or how to solve the problem? When I did the first run with the ZONAL approach I also got the error message from the pre-processor: "stopped in rd_block_prop.f90 N_ZONE | Error Code is: 29" I used DRY as initial condition afterwards but does somebody know what that error code means?
  2. Is it just me, or does the timestep window that allows you to scroll through model output not update to show the most recent (and possibly shorter) run results if that runs fails? I am currently attempting to run something for 30 minutes, and tinesteps up to 2 hours are visible, which were first generated by a successful run that ran for 2 hours. Thanks, Tom
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