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Does anyone know if GMS currently includes the physics-based model WASH123D?? I spoke with technical support and they indicated that it doesn't, but all the reports and papers that I have reviewed appear to suggest that it is an emerging module with GMS as the front-end. Any help would be appreciated.

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Does anyone know if GMS currently includes the physics-based model WASH123D?? I spoke with technical support and they indicated that it doesn't, but all the reports and papers that I have reviewed appear to suggest that it is an emerging module with GMS as the front-end. Any help would be appreciated.

It was in the software when I worked at Aquaveo a few years ago, but was not released to the public yet. The XMS wiki has a couple sentences about it, but not much.

Cheers,

Cameron

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It was in the software when I worked at Aquaveo a few years ago, but was not released to the public yet. The XMS wiki has a couple sentences about it, but not much.

Cheers,

Cameron

I have worked with Femwater extensively, and have been in contact with the USACE and the original author of Femwater. As far as I understand, they now use WASH123D in their modelling work, however this software is not available to the public.

It seems they arranged for an interface to be included in GMS.

Simon

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