Esi groundwater vistas

Look at the bottom of the downloads page. ESI specializes in software, consulting, and training for groundwater modeling. GV will look for the final parameters in the appropriate output file and put them in your model. Expanded Legend The legend contains more items like contours, vectors, particle traces, etc.

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Here for the first time is a practical tool for assessing risk using more complex and real-world groundwater models. You may import just about any type of data into Groundwater Vistas and export it back out again.

Since targets are used for more and more types of things pilot points, constraints, etc. This important new feature allows you to display a combination of any selected model parameters conductivity, recharge, layer elevation, etc.

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Several zones, spanning several layers can be grouped together, for performing group sensitivity analyses and calibration. This new feature saves you time! We have also added the ability to import a Stream boundary condition from a polyline shapefile.

In the past, GV would select gistas targets regardless of type. Groundwater Vistas Detailed Description. Download Our Free Catalog! Groundwater Vistas has been enhanced to allow you to quickly scan through the results of a transient model. When you run Groundwater Vistas without a hardware lock or code, it runs as a student version. Expanded Legend The legend contains more items like contours, vectors, particle traces, etc.

Groundwater Vistas 7 is here - ESI Consulting

You may create a figure at any time and GV stores the information in a list. We have now created a 'Viewer Version' of Groundwater Vistas. This text can also be displayed in the Legend.

GV now allows you to view virtually all input and model output files in a text editor of your choice. A new graph plots cumulative sum of squared errors so you can see if most of that statistic is encompassed by just a few targets.

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Mass Balance for Transient Models You may now create a mass balance hydrograph for a transient model that summarised the changes in flux over time for the whole model, an entire layer, a window, or a digitized area. The legend contains more items like contours, vectors, particle traces, etc. All consulting services are provided by Jim and Doug Rumbaugh, with a combined 50 years of groundwater modeling experience.

You may now add a north groundwster to the display in addition to the existing scale and other visfas.

Each Boundary Condition can now have a unique text string that can be displayed or just used for internal documentation. No other modeling interface has this capability! GV also has a command to error-check stream boundaries to make sure that they are numbered correctly. To sign up for this webinar, click on of the links below: In the past, GV would allow you to view some input and output files but this has now been greatly enhanced.

Miscellaneous North Arrow You may now add a north arrow to the display in addition to the existing scale and other features.

Easy Import of Model Results Groundwater Vistas has been enhanced to allow you to quickly scan through the results of a transient model. You cannot run models or make changes to the model, however. November 26 to December 6, Exact dates and times, course agenda, costs, and other information is available here.

Improved ArcView Interface We have made it easier to import transient Boundary Conditions and transient targets from shapefiles. GV will look for the final parameters in the appropriate output file and put them in your model. When this happens, your calibration efforts are focusing on just those wells with very large errors.

GV now includes the option of defining hydrostratigraphic units, which are defined by grouping aquifer units together.

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