|Building a MODFLOW Model|
|Map to MODFLOW|
|Packages Supported in GMS|
|Saving a MODFLOW Simulation|
|Importing MODFLOW Files|
|Unsupported MODFLOW Features|
|MODFLOW Display Options|
|MODFLOW Post-Processing Viewing Options|
|Reading a MODFLOW Simulation|
|Flow:||BCF6, HUF, LPF, UPW|
The Drain package (DRN) is used to simulate the effect of drains on an aquifer. Drains remove water from the aquifer as long as the water table is above the elevation of the drain. If the water table falls below the elevation of the drain, the drain has no effect. The rate of removal is proportional to the difference in elevation between the water table and the drain. The constant of proportionality is the conductance of the fill material surrounding the drain.
A set of selected cells can be specified as drains using the Point Sources/Sinks command in the MODFLOW menu or drains can be defined using the conceptual model approach in the map module. Drains are specified by assigning an elevation and a conductance to each cell at the location of each drain.
The drain attribute may be associated with points, arcs, or polygons. There are two parameters that are associated with a drain: elevation and conductance. Elevation may be specified as a constant value or transient series, or interpolated from an existing TIN. Conductance may be constant or vary with time.
When a polygon is defined as a drain, the elevation and conductance values (constant or time-varying) are applied uniformly over the entire polygon. When an arc is assigned to be a drain, the conductance is applied uniformly over the arc but separate elevation values are applied to each of the nodes on the ends of the arc and the elevation is assumed to vary linearly between the nodes. When a point is classified as a drain, the elevation and conductance values are assigned directly to the cell containing the point.
See also the Drain Return Package.
This field shows the current stress period and allows users to cycle through the stress periods and view the different river properties for those stress periods in the spreadsheet below.
Use this option on a stress period to use the drain values from the previous stress period for the current stress period. This option is unavailable for steady state models and the first stress period of transient models.
Edit All Use Previous
This button brings up a spreadsheet allowing the user to quickly edit the Use Previous flag for all stress periods.
For cells where drain type boundary conditions have been assigned, the conductance, elevation, and conductance factor assigned to each cell are displayed in the spreadsheet portion at the lower part of the dialog. The spreadsheet can be used to edit the row, column, layer, conductance, and elevation values. For a transient simulation, the values displayed in the spreadsheet are for an individual stress period. The values associated with other stress periods can be edited by entering the number of the desired stress period in the stress period edit box in the center of the dialog. If the Use previous option is selected for a given stress period, the values from the previous stress period are used and the spreadsheet is dimmed. The conductance factor is used, and only appears in the spreadsheet, with DRN parameter estimation. When doing parameter estimation the value of drain conductance assigned to a particular drain boundary condition will be the value of the drain parameter multiplied by the conductance factor. For more information on DRN parameters and conductance factors see the MODFLOW 2000 manual.
Display Cell IDs/IJK
The radio group at the bottom of the dialog allows the user to adjuster whether the cell ID or the cell i, j, k values are displayed for the cells containing the boundary condition/source/sink.
The Delete All button deletes all of the data currently defined in the River package and restores the River package parameters to the default values.
|GMS – Groundwater Modeling System|
|Modules:||2D Grid • 2D Mesh • 2D Scatter Point • 3D Grid • 3D Mesh • 3D Scatter Point • Boreholes • GIS • Map • Solid • TINs • UGrids|
|Models:||FEFLOW • FEMWATER • MODAEM • MODFLOW • MODPATH • mod-PATH3DU • MT3DMS • MT3D-USGS • PEST • PHT3D • RT3D • SEAM3D • SEAWAT • SEEP2D • T-PROGS • ZONEBUDGET|