I really need help calibrating my model. Everytime I start my simulation it happens that, after a certain period of time, temperature on a certain point on the border start increasing, reaching anomalous temperatures over the years. My model is a the city scale, it is an unconfined acquifer with a fluid flux from North-Ovest to East and some geothermal wells (for which I have already re-checked all the thermal and hydraulic time-series thanks to a simulation in a smaller model involving the same conditions). Why does it happens? Someone can help me? I have tried to simplify it removing building and BC of the third kinds, just leaving the soil thermal properties and a costant temperature (BC of the first kind) on the north and south and West borders.
I am really desperate. Thanks to those who will try to help me.
Hello everyone, I am new to FePest and just now I am starting to get used to it. I wanted to ask, if a calibration is going on in FePest, can I also work and doing simulations in FEFLOW models? Is there any risk for the calibration running in FePest?
I have a my 3D model and now I need to re-mesh with TetGen to consider a pretty much complex geometry (metro line with its stations). Firstly, the error was about self-intersections, points on facets or edges. Now it also displays 'Internal Error'.
I have tried to correct it with Rhinoceros but just once it worked with a small part ( and now not anymore) and I am thinking it also depends on the way I had chosen to export the geometry. Somebody could please help me? I would be very grateful, I am desperate. My geometry is in a .dxf file.
Thank you very much. I was able to generate the supermesh after simplifying my shapefile e solved the incongruities. Also, I have added, created and splitted some polygons directly in the FEFLOW software.
Hi. I am trying to generate my supermesh from GIS shapefile, but FEFLOW is always warning me, giving the message 'Invalid Cursor Error'. I have already tried to upload the FEFLOW 7.2 version and it did. But still, it is not working. I admit it is a very complex geometry (it is attached below).