Posted Fri, 24 Feb 2017 13:19:56 GMT by Breno Pereira Engenheiro Hidrogeólogo
Dear friends,
Does anyone know how to import the lithological distribution from a geological model software as DataMine, Vulcan, etc, to Feflow to represent the hydraulic conductivity distribution?
Thanks a lot.
Posted Fri, 24 Feb 2017 14:57:54 GMT by Björn Kaiser
FEFLOW has the capability to import triangulated surfaces as a 3D Supermesh. The triangulated surfaces must represent the outer borders of the model domain and optionally internal surfaces which separates different units (e.g. physical rock properties).

The following file formats are supported:
[li]TetGen Surface Mesh Files (*.smesh)[/li]
[li]Triange Mesh 3D files (*.mesh)[/li]
[li]Autdesk 3DS files (*.3ds)[/li]
[li]VTK Files (*.vtu)[/li]
[li]Leapfrog Mesh Filesn  (*.ts)[/li]
[li]GOCAD (*.ts)[/li]
[li]GeoModeller (*.gmod)[/li]
[li]Object File Format Mesh Files (*.off)[/li]
[li]Object File Format Mesh Files (*.obj)[/li]
[li]STL Mesh Files (*.stl)[/li]

Please assure the geometry does not have any self-intersections. If you want to import one or more of these files please click on [b]New[/b] and follow these steps: [b]New => Fully unstructured 3D mesh => Supermesh import from maps => load the file(s)[/b]
Posted Thu, 02 Mar 2017 10:51:05 GMT by Breno Pereira Engenheiro Hidrogeólogo
Thanks, Björn. I´ll try that.

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