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The command brings up the "SRH-2D Solution Plots" dialog. which allows the user to select from a list of solution plots which include:
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      Monitor point water level -vs- time (1 for each monitor point in the simulation )
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      Monitor point ground level -vs- time (1 for each monitor point in the simulation - not meaningful unless the simulation includes sediment transport)
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      Monitor line flux vs time (1 for each monitor line in the simulation)
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      Net Q -vs- time (percentage of flow entering the simulation that leaves the simulation at a given time)
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              -100% means all the flow that entered the simulation at this time stayed in the simulation
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              0% means the same amount of flow exited during this time step as entered
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              >0% means more flow left the simulation than entered it.
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      Mass loss -vs- time
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      Average Mass loss -vs- time
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  The dialog also allows the user to specify the time range of the plot to be viewed. The possible range will be 0 to the length (time in hours) of the simutaion.
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  When a user selects a plot from the list (in a list widget on the left of the dialot), the selected plot appears in a window on the right side of the dialog.
  
  

Revision as of 22:24, 22 July 2020


The command brings up the "SRH-2D Solution Plots" dialog. which allows the user to select from a list of solution plots which include:

     Monitor point water level -vs- time (1 for each monitor point in the simulation )
     Monitor point ground level -vs- time (1 for each monitor point in the simulation - not meaningful unless the simulation includes sediment transport)
     Monitor line flux vs time (1 for each monitor line in the simulation)
     Net Q -vs- time (percentage of flow entering the simulation that leaves the simulation at a given time)
              -100% means all the flow that entered the simulation at this time stayed in the simulation
              0% means the same amount of flow exited during this time step as entered
             >0% means more flow left the simulation than entered it.
     Mass loss -vs- time
     Average Mass loss -vs- time
 The dialog also allows the user to specify the time range of the plot to be viewed. The possible range will be 0 to the length (time in hours) of the simutaion.
 When a user selects a plot from the list (in a list widget on the left of the dialot), the selected plot appears in a window on the right side of the dialog.