Please find more information in this article: How to setup the model time step in MOHID Water engine
Thank you Diana, it looks like you may want to use OpenFlows FLOOD, which runs the 3D hydrodynamic model MOHID. You may want to read and possibly talk with the authors of this paper: Saltwater Intrusion into a River with High Fluvial Discharge: A Microtidal…
Yes, you can set the ground elevation to some arbitrary value above the highest pipes (say a million feet above sea level). and the hydraulic calculations will run. What you will lose in doing that is any information about sewer overflows. In additional…
We have all sorts of training material that you can access for free. This link can get you started.
I took the liberty of downloading your model files (apologies if I shouldn't have - in any event I will delete all the files later).
I have a couple of questions and some comments.
1. Are you certain that you want to model R-2, R-3, R-4…
This article details how to setup a coastal simulation with OpenFlows FLOOD taking into account waves. Wave parameters can be read or calculated by…
Con OpenFlows FLOOD, utilizando el modelo numérico MOHID Water en simulaciones costeras se puede introducir parámetros de oleaje.
El modelo utiliza esta información para calcular el efecto del oleaje en las corrientes y también…
The solution provided is now documented in a wiki here: How to input river cross-section data in OpenFlows FLOOD?
Thanks for letting us know. For reference, a note about this issue has been added the Troubleshooting section of the flushing wiki.
A wiki has been created related to this issue: Error message: The last multiplier of a pattern must match the starting multiplier.
I have been modeling for nearly 30 years and doing site dataloggings of systems I have modeled.
I have used 7 softwares through the years, I am still using two with HAMMER being the most recent addition.
HAMMER is really becoming the dominant one…
Let me throw in my 2-cents worth.
The key sentence in the link that Mr. Walksi referred to is: "In a Fire Flow Analysis, the results are based on distribution system capacity."
There are two types of fire flow tests: One which measures the amount…
We have recorded this information in the below wiki for reference;
How to visualize OpenFlows FLOOD output (.hdf5 files) in LumenRT?
This link has more information on using variable speed pumps in WterGEMS and WaterCAD.
A brine discharge can be simulated by OpenFlows FLOOD. To do it you'll need to setup a 3D hydrodynamic simulation by creating a new domain using MOHID Water numerical engine (see more information here). Then create a new simulation.