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Numerical Modeling Workflow - Finite Difference Grids

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This chapter presents information on editing data in a numerical model workflow for regular grids; the numerical model can originate from:

Importing a Visual MODFLOW Classic or MODFLOW project, or

Executing a Conceptual to Numerical Model conversion

 

The numerical modeling workflow provides the tools for building the numerical model (properties and boundaries assigned to grid cells), running the MODFLOW engines, and analyzing the results. For information on editing data in an unstructured grid, see the related section on the numerical model workflow for unstructured grids.

 

The following sections are covered;

 

 

1.Define Modeling Objectives

 

2.Define/Edit Grid (through importing or creating)
 

3.View/Edit Properties (geometry and parameter edits)
 

4.View/Edit Boundary Conditions (constant heads, drains, pumping wells, recharge, etc.)
 

5.Define Observation Wells
 

6.Define Zone Budget Zones
 

7.Define Particles
 

8.Translation
 

9.Run Numerical Engines
 

10.View Results

Contours and Color Floods

Charts
 

 

Before You Start!

If you need to create, modify, or maintain a model that utilizes any of the following features, you must continue to use Visual MODFLOW Classic interface for this:

 

Flow Engines (MODFLOW-96)

Transport Engines (MT3D99, PHT3D)

Packages (ETS1, STR, MNW)

MGO

 

 

 

 

 


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