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All Topics | Topic "Weap-Visual modflow 4.2 model linkage problem"
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Ilias BOUAAMLAT

Subject: Weap-Visual modflow 4.2 model linkage problem   
Posted: 6/13/2014 Viewed: 11414 times
Hi all
I tried to make a coupling between the weap and Modflow2000 with linkkitchen tool but I received an error message that says:
" Unknown number format in DIS-file.
please check and correct the formats in line below :
8.23434e2 8.34545e2 8.434223e2 "

is there a solution for this problem?
Markus Huber

Subject: Re: Weap-Visual modflow 4.2 model linkage problem   
Posted: 6/22/2014 Viewed: 11366 times
Hi Ilias,
sorry for that error. This error message appears if LinkKitchen wasn't able to read from one of the MODFLOW input files because of sophisticated number formats. However, the format of the numbers you added to your post seem correct. Would it be possible for you to send me your Modflow model files for debugging?

Markus

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Markus Huber

Subject: Re: Weap-Visual modflow 4.2 model linkage problem   
Posted: 7/11/2014 Viewed: 11182 times
Visual Modflow sometimes uses a number format that is currently not supported by LinkKitchen - like "1.e2" instead of "1.0e2".
If values in the DIS-file or any other package are stored in this format, you could use a text editor (like Notepad) and replace ".e" by ".0e" in the respective file.

Markus

Topic "Weap-Visual modflow 4.2 model linkage problem"