I am in a process of doing particle tracking module from the
successful hydrodynamic flow results.
1.Activated the 'Export WAQ' in the output tab of the GUI, all
the necessary files, including ddb file, are automatic created
2.ddcouple done the parallel domain merging and eventually given as
input to the PART domain..works like a champ !!
Now my issue is I have set of flow simulation with the same setup
say starting from 1) 1/1/2017- 20/1/2017 and one restarted in
separate folder 2) 20/1/2017- 28/2/2017 I would like to combine
both as one com* hydrodynamic files which would be ready to use for
Some options i tried as mentioned in the previous comments 1)
waq>defineinput>hydrodynamics>combine which is failed and
(note : bringing very large files to windows platform and doing
combining task is tedious task)
looking forward for effective solution.
You might want to try this version of agrhyd, a tool to manipulate
hyd-files. It has a feature to merge partial hyd-files and their
restarts from a FLOW run. It is run from a command prompt using:
In the folder win64/default is an example agrhyd.ini with limited
documentation of the options. You could try making an ini-file that contains:
No aggregation options are needed. Check the log, and the output
hyd-file. It might be that if the first period intentionally stops
at 20/1/2017, the end date in the combined hyd-file might
be 20/1/2017, but the vol/flo/etc files actually contain data
until 28/2/2017. The size of the output should be about the sum of the
two separate files for the vol/flo/etc files.
Hello michelle, I am now self-study water quality module, used to
study the numerical simulation of pollutant transport and diffusion
along the coastal port. The previous hydrodynamic module has been
basically completed and verified reasonably. Now I am following the
manual to learn the water quality module. You also know The
construction of the water quality module involves a lot of
biochemistry knowledge, so I feel a little difficult to learn through
the model manual. I would like to ask if you have any guidance or
suggestions for learning the water quality module. Thank you very much!