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Q: Can I import CMS results in Matlab?
- A: Yes. It is possible to load binary XMDF files in Matlab. In order to make it easier for users, we have provided a Matlab script which can read a CMS solution file and write the dataset values and times to a structure variable.
Q: Why can I not run the implicit CMS in SMS?
- A: The official release of CMS v3.75 only supports an explicit solution scheme. The new inline version of CMS v4.0 will support an implicit scheme and is being released as a beta version in May 2010. The inline CMS includes both CMS-Wave and CMS-Flow and performs the steering process internally without the interface. The advantages of the inline code are:
- Efficiency gain by not having to initialize (file read, variable allocation, and calculation) CMS-Flow and CMS-Wave each steering run.
- Efficiency gain by saving interpolation coefficients between CMS-Flow and CMS-Wave in memory during steering run.
- Efficiency gain by not having
- No need for SMS so CMS can run on other platforms such as Linux.
- Option to pause runs.
- SMS 10.1 does not currently support the inline model, so it has to be run either using advanced cards or from the command prompt.
Q: How can I reduce the required memory to run larger applications?
- A: If you are using the implicit solver, try using GAUSS-SEIDEL AND GAUSS-SEIDEL-SOR solvers. These use less CPU memory and will allow you to run larger applications.
SMS – Surface-water Modeling System
|Modules:||1D Grid • Cartesian Grid • Curvilinear Grid • GIS • Map • Mesh • Particle • Quadtree • Raster • Scatter • UGrid|
|General Models:||FVCOM • Generic • PTM|
|Coastal Models:||ADCIRC • BOUSS-2D • CGWAVE • CMS-Flow • CMS-Wave • GenCade • STWAVE • WAM|
|Riverine/Estuarine Models:||ADH • HEC-RAS • HYDRO AS-2D • RMA2 • RMA4 • SRH-2D • TUFLOW • TUFLOW FV|
|Aquaveo • SMS Tutorials • SMS Workflows|