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When the Borehole module is active the Borehole menu become active. The menu has the following commands:
- New Borehole
- Creates a new Borehole.
- Borehole Editor...
- Opens the Borehole Editor.
- Cross Section Editor...
- Brings up the Cross Section Editor dialog where one or multiple 2D cross sections between boreholes are filled.
- Lock All Boreholes
- Turns off the ability to change the position (drag) of created boreholes.
- Auto Select Contacts/Segments...
- When one contact or segment is selected, automatically selects matching contacts or segments on other boreholes.
- Auto-Create Blank Cross Sections...
- Automatically connects boreholes with blank borehole cross sections.
- Auto-Assign Horizons...
- Automatically assigns horizon IDs to borehole contacts based on material ordering and adjacent boreholes.
- Auto-Fill Blank Cross Sections...
- Automatically fills all blank cross sections by connecting the contacts on one borehole to those on the other.
- Horizons → Solids...
- Opens the Horizons to Solids wizard which can be used to create solids from a combination of boreholes, TINs and conceptual models.
- Horizons → 3D Mesh...
- Opens the Horizons to Mesh wizard which can be used to create a 3D mesh from a combination of boreholes, TINs and conceptual models.
- Horizons → UGrid
- Opens the Horizons to UGrid wizard which can be used to create a UGrid from a combination of boreholes, TINs and conceptual models.
- Zoom To Extents
- Frames the Graphics Window around the selected objects.
- Advanced >
- HGUs → Soils
- Copies the HGU material IDs to the soil IDs, overwriting the existing soil IDs.
- Soils → HGUs
- Copies the soil material IDs to the HGU IDs, overwriting the existing HGU IDs.
- Snap Cross Sections to TIN...
- Opens a dialog that allows snapping the top and/or bottom arcs of the cross sections to TINs.
- Snap Boreholes to TIN...
- Opens a dialog that allows selecting a TIN. The selected boreholes (or all, if none are selected) are moved up or down in the Z direction such that their tops just touch the TIN surface. Multiple TINs can be selected. If a borehole can be snapped to more than one TIN, it will be snapped to whichever TIN is last.
- Add Contacts to TIN
- Inserts a new vertex into the active TIN at the location of every selected borehole contact.
- Bounding 3D Grid...
- Opens the Create Finite Difference Grid dialog with dimensions defaulted such that the new grid will surround all existing boreholes.
- Contacts → TIN
- Creates a new TIN with vertices at the locations of the selected contacts.
- Contacts → 2D Scatter Points...
- Creates a new 2D scatter point set with vertices at the locations of the selected contacts.
- Watertable → 2D Scatter Points...
- Creates a new 2D scatter point set with vertices at the locations of the water table specified on each borehole.
- Sample Data → 3D Scatter Points...
- Brings up the Sample Data → Scatter Points dialog that is used to create a 3D scatter point set from sample data.
- Sample Data → Stratigraphy
- Opens the Sample Data → Stratigraphy dialog that allows defining stratigraphy (borehole contacts) based on the sample data.
- Horizons → HUF
- Opens the Horizons → HUF wizard to create MODFLOW HUF data from TINs and boreholes. TINs or boreholes with horizon data defined are required, along with a MODFLOW simulation which uses the HUF package.
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|
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