SMS:FESWMS Menu

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The following menu commands are available in the FESWMS Menu:

Assign BC (Boundary Condition) 
Opens either the FESWMS Nodestring Boundary Conditions dialog or the FESWMS Nodal Boundary Conditions dialog. A node or nodestring must be selected for this command to be available.
Local Parameters 
Brings up the FESWMS Local Parameters dialog. Requires that a node be selected. In the FESWMS Local Parameters dialog, specific bed conditions or sediment boundary conditions can be applied to a specific node. This will cause the global conditions to be ignored in the local area.
Initial Conditions 
Brings up the Initial Conditions Data dialog.
Weir 
Opens the FESWMS Weir dialog. Requires a selected nodestring be active.
Culvert 
Brings up the FESWMS Culvert dialog. Requires that the inlet and outlet nodes are currently selected.
Drop Inlet 
Brings up the Drop Inlet Definition dialog. Requires that a node is currently selected.
Channel Link 
Brings ups the FESWMS Channel Link dialog.
Gate 
Opens the FESWMS Gate dialog.
Pier 
Brings ups the FESWMS Pier Definition dialog.
FLUX String 
Option to set currently selected nodestring to Total Flow string.
Material Properties 
Opens the FESWMS Material Properties dialog. This dialog is different than the general Material Properties dialog in SMS.
Model Check 
Runs the model check. If there are errors, then the Model Check dialog will appear.
Model Control 
Brings up the FESWMS Model Control dialog.
Run FST2DH 
Starts the FST2DH model wrapper.

Local Parameters Dialog

Available when a node is selected. Allows setting Ceiling Options or Sediment Options for the selected node.

FESWMS Local Parameters dialog
FESWMS Ceiling dialog

Initial Conditions Dialog

Initial Conditions Data dialog

This dialog allowed writing out a FESWMS initial conditions (*.ini) file.

File Name – This section has an option for saving out an initial conditions (*.ini) file. The initial time step can also be set.

Velocity

  • Constant – Allows setting a constant initial water surface elevation.
  • Dataset – Using the Select button brings up Select Dataset dialog where velocity dataset can be designated.

Water Surface Elevation

  • Constant – Allows setting a constant initial water surface elevation.
  • Dataset – Using the Select button brings up Select Dataset dialog where velocity dataset can be designated.

Run FST2DH

This command will first run the Model Checker which will search for errors in the model set up. If found, the Model Checker dialog will display the errors found and give recommendation on how to fix the errors.

If there are no errors, or SMS is told to ignore the errors, the FESWMS model wrapper will start. The model wrapper will display the progress of the model run. Clicking the Abort button will end the model run. Once the model run has finished, the Abort button will change to an Exit button. Selecting the Load solution option will open the solution file in SMS when the Exit button is clicked.

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