• Re: Errors after trying to run a MOUSE simulation

    Yes, I've sorted the new error out :)
    The programme runs well with the warnings, many of them were based only on the timestep definition, so it was easy to solve.

    Thank you once more for your help!
    Cheers!
  • Re: Errors after trying to run a MOUSE simulation

    Hi!

    First of all, thank you for your help Johan Rydin.

    1) I've tried to do the "[b]Project chek tool[/b]" move but the program doesn't find any data missing.

    2) Also, when I go to [b]MOUSE->Pipes[/b] and canals and try to locate those 2 links by name, they don't appear to have missing data on them.
    And this is a strange thing I guess... It is said that in one of the pipes the [b]Diameter[/b] is missing... But there is no field with that name in [b]Pipes and Canals[/b]! The only thing that it asks is the [b]Shape[/b] of the section (in my case is circular) and the [b]Size[/b] of it... For example, I put a print screen of the data to the [b]Pipe2[/b] just to make me more comprehensible.

    3) Before asking on this forum I deleted the troubled pipes and nodes and retypped them again in the program, but when I did the simulation the errors were the same (i.e. in the same node and pipes). So I tried the last thing that you pointed out (the "[b]Backup as Simple XML[/b]" through "[b]Import & Export[/b]" followed by importing that newly created XML-file as "[b]Restore from Simple XML[/b]") and apparently it worked... Now I run the simulation and it says me some warnings that I copy paste here:

    MOUSE HD Computation Engine x64 v2014 Release Version (14.0.0.7349)
    Errors
    Error 1136 : Boundary Connection: "Domestic Wastewater". The Geo-coded location could not be found. Change Geo-coding or switch "Apply" off for this Boundary Connection.

    Warnings
    Warning 719 : The fullrunning velocity 1.45 m/s is too high to meet the velocity criteria for the link 'Pipe15'. This can be accomplished by setting the timestep to 8.

    The fullrunning velocity 2.13 m/s is too high to meet the velocity criteria for the link 'Pipe13'. This can be accomplished by setting the timestep to 5.

    The fullrunning velocity 0.69 m/s is too high to meet the velocity criteria for the link 'Pipe4'. This can be accomplished by setting the timestep to 7.

    The fullrunning velocity 1.46 m/s is too high to meet the velocity criteria for the link 'Pipe17'. This can be accomplished by setting the timestep to 8.

    The fullrunning velocity 1.71 m/s is too high to meet the velocity criteria for the link 'Pipe10.2'. This can be accomplished by setting the timestep to 9.

    The fullrunning velocity 0.77 m/s is too high to meet the velocity criteria for the link 'Pipe1'. This can be accomplished by setting the timestep to 9.

    The fullrunning velocity 2.62 m/s is too high to meet the velocity criteria for the link 'Pipe10'. This can be accomplished by setting the timestep to 7.

    The fullrunning velocity 2.64 m/s is too high to meet the velocity criteria for the link 'Pipe10.1'. This can be accomplished by setting the timestep to 8.
    Warning 733 : The link 'Pipe4' is only 8.00 m long. This may give inaccurate results. The program assumes a length of 10.00 m for this link.

    Thank you again for your help!
    Afonso
  • Errors after trying to run a MOUSE simulation

    Hello everyone,

    I am a new user of MIKE URBAN and I´m using this program for simulating wastewater flow in a drainage system that i've introduced manually in the program.
    After designing the network, I defined the length, slope, diameter, material of all the pipes and also the diameter, ground level, bottom level and the max inflow of each manhole. Also, I've created a cyclic profile based on a diurnal pattern that models the variation in afluence of wastewater to the drainage system. Then, using network loads in boundary conditions I created a boundary ID and linked it to the existing cyclic profile.

    After this I run the MOUSE simulation (only the network one because for now I am not interested in runoff inflow to the network, only the domestic wastewater) but it notifies me of some errors that I cannot understand where I need to go to fix them. The errors are the following:

    "MOUSE HD Computation Engine x64 v2014 Release Version (14.0.0.7349)
    Errors
    Error 6 : 'Node' doesn't exists in section [MOUSE_LINKS] in 'LINK' 'Pipe3' parameter 'ToNode'.
    Error 488 : Missing or invalid data in section [MOUSE_LINKS] in 'LINK' 'Pipe2' parameter 'Diameter'.

    Missing or invalid data in section [MOUSE_LINKS] in 'LINK' 'Pipe3' parameter 'ToNode'.

    Missing or invalid data in section [MOUSE_LINKS] in 'LINK' 'Pipe3' parameter 'Diameter'.

    Missing or invalid data in section [MOUSE_NODES] in 'NODE' '3DP' parameter 'X'.

    Missing or invalid data in section [MOUSE_NODES] in 'NODE' '3DP' parameter 'TypeNo'.

    Missing or invalid data in section [MOUSE_NODES] in 'NODE' '3DP' parameter 'LossParNo'.

    Missing or invalid data in section [MOUSE_NODES] in 'NODE' '3DP' parameter 'Y'.

    Warnings
    Warning 490 : Missing or invalid data in section [MOUSE_LINKS] in 'Pipe3' parameter 'TypeNo'. Using Default value.

    Missing or invalid data in section [MOUSE_LINKS] in 'Pipe2' parameter 'TypeNo'. Using Default value.
    Warning 1239 : Link: 'Pipe3' - A length has not been specified and it will be calculated based on the from and to node.

    Link: 'Pipe2' - A length has not been specified and it will be calculated based on the from and to node."

    I have been watching tutorials on MOUSE of MIKE URBAN Collection Systems but I am stuck and can't figure out that is wrong. Can someone please help me?
    Thank you for your time on this matter.

    King regards
    Afonso