Dear Christian, I realised that I have forgotten to say thank you to you. It makes good sense what you write and for me the number two solution is best, as I work with flooding issues. Thank you very much! /Johanna
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.
How do you best handle a sharp vertical edge in Mike 21 FM? In my case it is a port that has a 1.5 m high quay. What method do you recommend to let the mesh describe the quay correctly and to make the calculations run smoothly? I am interested in situations where the water level is higher than the 1.5 meters.
Do you mean that you do not get a crf-file from the runoff calculations? Sorry, it is hard for me to understand you. What happens? Do yet get an error message? Do you get any output from the runoff simulation?
Dear Mike21-users, I am going to run 4 simulations in Mike21. Which is the fastest way to finish all of them? Do you suggest me to run them in parallel or should I run the simulations one or two at a time? The model is grid-based. Thanks for your advice, Johanna Sörensen