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  1. Thanks for the suggestion but I have already tried this. Has anyone got an example TCF where this has worked? If so it would be very much appreciated if this could be shared (along with the output zone mid/mif). Thanks
  2. Hello, I am attempting to use the new TUFLOW output zones in order to produce higher temporal resolution maps for the site of interest, but much coarser scale maps elsewhere (to reduce run times). I have gone through the user notes and believe I have set this up correctly, but continue to get ERROR 0045 (Map Output Interval not specified). The commands I am using are below: -------------------------------- !Map Outputs Define Output Zone == Z1 Read GIS Output Zone == ..\model\mi\Nested_Domains\OutputZones.MIF Start Map Output == 0 Map Output Interval == 18000 Map Output Data Types == d v q h MB1 MB2 R !t V W Z1 ZH Store Maximums and Minimums == ON MAXIMUMS ONLY End Define Define Output Zone == Z2 Read GIS Output Zone == ..\model\mi\Nested_Domains\OutputZones2.MIF Start Map Output == 0 Map Output Interval == 1800 Map Output Data Types == d v q h MB1 MB2 R Store Maximums and Minimums == ON MAXIMUMS ONLY End Define !Time series Time Series Output Interval (s) == 1800 Screen/Log Display Interval == 1800 CSV Time == Hours -------------------------------- The Read GIS Output Zone == command is looking up a MapInfo mid/mif which includes a polygon. There are not attributes in this. Could anyone offer any light on what I have done wrong? Thanks very much.
  3. Hello all, I have built various ESTRY models previously and have often been advised to set the upper most BG loss coefficient in a bridge structure to 1.562. Having read the manual, it states that two methods exist for representing 1D bridge, either Method A or Method B. Method A modelled a submerged deck with a coefficient of 1.562 automatically. But as I understand it, method B is now the TUFLOW default, where the user provides a BG losses table. Is it therefore still advisable to set the upper coefficient to 1.562? If so does anyone have information regarding how this value is derived? Thanks
  4. Hello all, I have built various ESTRY models previously and have often been advised to set the upper most BG loss coefficient in a bridge structure to 1.562. Having read the manual, it states that two methods exist for representing 1D bridge, either Method A or Method B. Method A modelled a submerged deck with a coefficient of 1.562 automatically. But as I understand it, method B is now the TUFLOW default, where the user provides a BG losses table. Is it therefore still advisable to set the upper coefficient to 1.562? If so does anyone have information regarding how this value is derived? Thanks
  5. Hello all, I have built various ESTRY models previously and have often been advised to set the upper most BG loss coefficient in a bridge structure to 1.562. Having read the manual, it states that two methods exist for representing 1D bridge, either Method A or Method B. Method A modelled a submerged deck with a coefficient of 1.562 automatically. But as I understand it, method B is now the TUFLOW default, where the user provides a BG losses table. Is it therefore still advisable to set the upper coefficient to 1.562? If so does anyone have information regarding how this value is derived? Thanks
  6. Hello, I'm trying to add an ESTRY 1d_nwk line beneath an embankment in my 2D domain. I have done this various times within MapInfo and it seems to work fine. However, I'm using Arc for my current model and there appears to be a problem. The model keeps throwing up the following message: ERROR 1178 - Reading channel network data. Check 1d_nwk layer has correct attributes Having checked through the layer, I've noticed differences between the empty Arc files compared to those with MI. The "Ignore" column is a text column in MI (allowing you to enter "F" or "T") whereas in Arc this is numeric. Could this be the cause of my issue? If I convert the shapefile to MID/MIF and run the model it works with no problems. Thanks
  7. Hello, I'm familiar with TUFLOW builds using MapInfo, but have recently started building my first Arc based TUFLOW model. It's in the early stages of development but I have run into a problem with the error messages produced. When I bring in the error message .shp it has no data within the attribute table and no points are visible. I have managed to get around the problem for the time being by using the .csv also produced (this contains both the error message and XY coords so can be easily georeferenced), but this is a time consuming option if it needs to be completed for every model version. I was wondering whether I am doing something fundementally wrong, or whether this is an issue noted by others? Thanks!
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