Posted Thu, 10 Jul 2014 10:31:09 GMT by Johanna Sörensen
What license do I need to run Mike 21 fm with inland flooding? The simulation stops after half an hours calculation and says:
"CheckLicense: No. of nodes  exceeded for demo-version
Abnormal completion"

I can run Mike 21 (not fm) with inland flooding.
Posted Thu, 10 Jul 2014 15:06:43 GMT by Mathieu Hellegouarch
Hi Johanna,

The "Inland flooding" module is the option you should normally use when you have a MIKE FLOOD license. If you have a standalone MIKE 21 FM license (without MIKE FLOOD), you should not use this module.

In MIKE 21 (Classic version), the Inland Flooding option triggers a different way of handling Flooding and Drying. However in the FM version, in version 2014 SP1, the Flooding and Drying options are independent of this module: so with this version, you should simply untick the Inland Flooding (because apparently your license doesn't need it), and then you are free to select the Flooding and Drying option you want in the "Flood and dry" menu.

Best regards,
Mathieu
Posted Fri, 11 Jul 2014 10:02:06 GMT by Johanna Sörensen
Do I understand you right, that the Inland flooding option has no effect in the version I have (I can run Mike Flood, MU, m21, etc.) and that the Flood and Dry option is there anyhow? It is true that I can choose Flood and Dry both when the Inland flooding option is ticked and unticked.
Posted Tue, 15 Jul 2014 07:59:45 GMT by Mathieu Hellegouarch
Hi Johanna,

Yes, the "Inland flooding" option is a license control: if you use MIKE 21 as part of a MIKE FLOOD license, you can only use the flood related features of MIKE 21. So when you have a MIKE FLOOD license you need to tick this option, and some features (e.g. waves related) are deactivated. But for the standard hydrodynamic simulations, the Inland flooding option has no effect on the results in FM version.

Best regards,
Mathieu

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