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It is recommended that you set up and successfully run a steady state simulation with boundary conditions that will not change before performing the transient simulation. This solution can then be used as an initial condition for a transient simulation.

For more information, please refer to the FEMWATER documentation (Femwater.pdf) which can be found in the SMS folder under "docs". You can also download it here. See page 70 - "Steady state versus transient", page 71 - "Hot Starts" (for some suggestions if your model does not converge), and pages 80-84, which contains some transient sample applications of FEMWATER. (This is documentation for FEMWATER, not GMS, so it does not go through the steps of how to set up a transient model in GMS, but it may give you an idea of what kind of situations you might use it and necessary paramaters.



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