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All Topics | Topic "weap-modflow model linkage problem using LinkKitchen"
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Miss Sweety Le

Subject: weap-modflow model linkage problem using LinkKitchen   
Posted: 8/11/2020 Viewed: 1660 times
Dear all:
When I use the modflow model files provided in the linkkichen tutorial, according to the linkkitchen coupling weap-modflow tutorial, after the modflow namefile has been selected in the linkkitchen , the next step is "select or create Lingkage Shapefile".
But when I use my own Modflow model files(following the MODFLOW2000 specification), after "select modflow namefile", linkkitchen will directly prompt "do you want to save changes to weap -area?". No matter if I click it or not, linkitchen and weap will be closed directly, and I cannot proceed to the next step -"Select or create linkage shapefile"
Please how to do
Thanks
Mr. Markus Huber

Subject: Re: weap-modflow model linkage problem using LinkKitchen   
Posted: 11/11/2020 Viewed: 1431 times
Dear Sweety,

I suspect that not all the MODFLOW model files, that are referenced in the namefile, are in native ASCII format but that some are in MODFLOW-2000 binary format (e.g. hd5) which is not supported by LinkKitchen.
If so, you should export the entire MODFLOW-model to "Text" from your MODFLOW preprocessor software.

Regards
Markus

Topic "weap-modflow model linkage problem using LinkKitchen"