• RE: parallel computing in python script

    Why don't you use directly the Monte Carlo functionality within FePEST application? You can parallelize with a couple of clicks only.. Cheers Carlos

    ASCII files can just simply be created in any text editor. I personally use NotePad++. Then you just need to save the file as *.dat.
  • RE: OpenLoop Plug-in

    With the release of FEFLOW 8.1, the Open-Loop plugin, where you fix the temperature difference becomes obsolute. You can do now everything within the graphical interface without the plug-in. Please watch the video tour below: MIKE 2024 | FEFLOW | Geothermal Modelling Without Limits [https://youtu.be/3l1BLLYeRRs] Best regards Carlos Rivera  
  • RE: piFreeze

    Hi, With the piFreeze instalation, you get automatically the user manual. In the PDF, you will find the description of the settings required. The manual should be available in the FEFLOW installation, by default as follows: C:\Program Files\DHI\2024\FEFLOW 8.1\modules64 Best regards Carlos Rivera
  • RE: Create SMESH FILES

    Hola Daniel, The documentation of SMESH files is available in this link: https://wias-berlin.de/software/tetgen/fformats.smesh.html I have attached an example of a cube with top elevation (-5 km) and bottom elevation (-41km). The SMESH can be used to described a closed volume, but you can use also used to represent surfaces. In FEFLOW, if you have a 3D model (e.g. layer-based), you can store a Face Selection and then export the faces as SMESH (simply right-click on the selection name). This is quite practical to learn the file format behind SMESH, or even quickly build SMESH files using FEFLOW. Saludos Carlos  

    Slices in FEFLOW represent the top and bottom of a geological layer. Depending on the conceptual model, you need to decide how many geological contacts. If you had the chance to look the exercise posted above, the example has 3 layers, therefore you need the elevation points for 4 slices.
  • RE: Re-Meshing part of a layered domain to include several geological features

    Hi Antonio, The problem is not the format. if you can display the file in FEFLOW, then it can be understood by the mesh generator. The problem is that the GOCAD surface intersects with the border faces of your 1 layer model. The repair operation is only available via the 3D Supermesh workflow. In practical terms, you would need to reduce the volume in GOCAD and then try to mesh it again in FEFLOW. Best, Carlos

    Hi Siddarth, I would recommend you to take a look the FEFLOW Introduction Tutorial: https://www.mikepoweredbydhi.com/-/media/shared%20content/mike%20by%20dhi/flyers%20and%20pdf/product-documentation/feflow-introductory-tutorial.pdf FEFLOW works only with projected coordinates. You need X and Y in meters (or ft). The task is not FEFLOW related. You will find tons of materials and tutorial in internet about coordinate transformation. Best regards Carlos Rivera
  • RE: High BHE Error with low flow rates

    Hi Max, Not surely whether I understood entirely. Is the problem occuring in a FEFLOW model being coupled to TRNSYS? Or are you using also in the "uncoupled" problem? Please note that the plug-in is not anymore supported by DHI. Cheers Carlos
  • RE: IFM plugin for time-dependent hydraulic head boundary condition

    Hi Salman, You may want to take a look on our free self-paced course "FEFLOW – Getting started with FEFLOW Python Interface", where exactly this task is explained through a working example. Registration link is below: https://www.theacademybydhi.com/course-sessions/feflow---getting-started-with-feflow-python-interface-11600061-104 Cheers Carlos Rivera