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SEAM3D NAPL Point Sources


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Hi,

I'm trying to do some simple hypothetical modeling using the SEAM3D NAPL dissolution package, and I'm encountering a memory issue when initializing NAPL source cells through the Point Source/Sink option. After highlighting the cells and entering the appropriate source information, I receive the following message:

"This machine does not have enough memory to continue this operation. Save your data and exit. (mtCellPointSourcSinkDialog)"

I'm using the 64-bit version of GMS V8.1 on a machine with 4GB of memory installed, and I seem to get this error regardless of the number of cells selected. With that in mind, I have to doubt it's a hardware issue.

Any thoughts?

Much appreciated.

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Sounds like a bug. We recently found and fixed a bug with SEAM3D and cell properties, but this sounds slightly different. I tried adding NAPL bcs with the tutorial data and it seemed to work for me. Could you send your files to and a list of steps to support@aquaveo.com and we will get it fixed.

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Sounds like a bug. We recently found and fixed a bug with SEAM3D and cell properties, but this sounds slightly different. I tried adding NAPL bcs with the tutorial data and it seemed to work for me. Could you send your files to and a list of steps to support@aquaveo.com and we will get it fixed.

I actually found the issue was with NAPL source cells being co-located with MODFLOW constant head cells. Once I limited my cell selection to CHD-free cells, everything worked correctly.

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