• Re: FEFLOW7.2- FEPEST- Numpy missing dependency

    I rewrote the script, removing all the libraries and It's working. I don't know whether this issue exists in the newer versions of FEFLOW or not, but it faced me inFEFLOW7.2. I'm sharing my experience to save other users time. I spent a long time trying to make it works, but I didn't succeed.

  • FEFLOW7.2- FEPEST- Numpy missing dependency

    Hi all,
    I developed a script using python3.7 for adding new ifm-implemented observation. I ran the script both using scripting option inside FEFLOW7.2 and External from python and it worked fine and gave the results. However when I linked with FePEST, an error popped up that File "C:\Users\ss936-admin\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\Python37\lib\site-packages\pandas\__init__.py", line 19, in <module> "Missing required dependencies {0}".format(missing_dependencies)) ImportError: Missing required dependencies ['numpy'].

    I installed different versions for Numpy and I tried to work with python 2.7, the same procedure, worked fine with FEFLOW, and shows missing dependency in FePEST. I struggled a lot to make it works but nothing works.
    Python packages version:

    Pandas 1.3.3
    Numpy 1.21.2

    Pandas 0.24.2
    Could you please guide me on how to sort out this issue?. Attached are screenshots to FePEST error and the used settings
    Your help would be highly appreciated. Look forward to hearing from you soon.

  • Re: Defining In/outflow on top/bottom layer transient values

    Thanks Peter
  • Defining In/outflow on top/bottom layer transient values

    Hi all,
    I want to use [b]IFMSETtParamValues[/b] to define [b]In/outflow on top/bottom layer constant[/b] but not one constant value for the whole simulation, to be different transient values.

    Any ideas please?.
    Looking forward to hearing for you. I'm beginner in using IFM programming interface.


  • Issue in defining multilayer using IfmSetMultiLayerWellAttrValue Function

    Hi All,
    I want to assign multilayer well using IFM. I tried to define the required attribute for '[b]IfmSetMultiLayerWellAttrValue[/b]' function regarding [b]int nId[/b]  as the number of the nodes in all layers the mulilayer well should pass through and It didnt work. I changed defining int nID to just the nodes at the base layer of the multilayer well and I failed to define as well :'(.

    Can anyone please help me to understand what is meant by" int nId :[b]Node independent ID (index) of the multilayer well[/b]". I found this statement on FEFLOW online help?.
    How can I define multilayer by knowing the location (node number) and the flow rate?.

    Thanks in advance,
  • Issue in using IFM-plugin with FePEST

    I attached the plugin to Feflow of considering hydraulic head as parameter (Edit the written one posted by adacovsk) and I tested it. FeFlow is working changing the boundary conditions by the values written in .fpi file. After building FePEST model, defining IFM implemented with the same names and running it. The contribution of regul_xxpgp to phi is zero and nothing changed regarding those BC parameters.
    Can anyone help me to know how to define IFM-plugin correctly and make it working with FePEST?.

  • Initial head in saltwater intrusion problem

    Dear All,
    I’m analyzing seawater intrusion problem. In FEFLOW modelling the hydraulic head is represented with reference density of freshwater, which means hydraulic head at the seaside (hs) couldn’t be used directly as a boundary condition and should be converted to hydraulic head with reference density of freshwater (h) using h=( (1+ (?s-?0  )/?0 ) hs - ((?s-?0  )/?0 )z). This is easily to be done for the sea side, while for adjusting the initial heads for all the study area as I have different salinity, which means different actual density at every cell of the model, couldn’t be done because I don’t know the specific density corresponds to each salinity.
    Please any help is much appreciated how to assign the initial heads considering variable salinity from fresh water to saline water across the study area.