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Temperature Variation

Posted 19/04/2017 14:06 by cjh

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Hi Forum.

 

I'm trying to run a water quality simulation that will create varying tempeature from a source at a cross section in the model (representing heat increase due to heat source pump).  I understand that I need to create a *.con file that lists temperature as a variable and have created one. However I'm getting the following error and I'm not entirely sure why:

 

InitialConditions=
RefineBridgeSecProps=0
SolveDHEqualsZeroAtStart=1
RulesAtTimeZero=1
RulesOnFirstIteration=0
ResetTimesAfterPos=1
UseFPSModularLimit=1
OutputUnitSummary=1
UseRemoteQ=1
Product licensed: Flood Modeller
Codes: 2399 1 201 101987 1
Product licensed: 1D Water Quality Solver
Codes: 2399 1 206 101987 1
testing data file = REDH_v002.dat
ISIS water quality example file WQ data file = REDH_v002.CON Version = 4.0.0.2016
hydraulics results file = REDH_v002.zzl

Flood Modeller 1D Water Quality Diagnostic Information

***** FATAL ERROR ***** SE1022 in subroutine readwq
Error in user concentration file : REDH_v002.CON at line 5
Diffusion condition label
does not correspond to hydrodynamic labeldiffusion label : 0 hydrodynamic label : IABLE

 

My *.con file looks like this:

 

ISIS water quality example file HYDSH Ver = 1.0
0
DIFFUSION
VARIABLE
0
TEMPERATURE
END
BOUNDARY
HODE_0410
1
CTBDY
HOURS
TEMPERATURE
4
10.0 0.0
30.0 5.0
10.0 15.0
10.0 24.0
END
CONCENTRATION INITIAL CONDITIONS
1
TEMPERATURE
HODE_0000 10.0
HODE_0044 10.0
HODE_0047 10.0
HODE_0109 10.0
HODE_0166 10.0
HODE_0220 10.0
HODE_0255 10.0
HODE_0278 10.0
HODE_0319 10.0
HODE_0330 10.0
HODE_0410 10.0
HODE_0588 10.0
HODE_0604 10.0
HODE_0619 10.0
HODE_0668 10.0
HODE_0886 10.0
HODE_0990 10.0

xmdf support?

Posted 08/05/2015 20:41 by GeorgeB

Last post 11/05/2015 10:17

1 reply

Does Flood Modeller viewer support the .xmdf format? And if not, any plans for future support?

Thanks

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