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Default Waterloo Hydrogeologic Visual MODFLOW Flex 6.1 (x64)

Waterloo Hydrogeologic Visual MODFLOW Flex 6.1 (x64)



Waterloo Hydrogeologic Visual MODFLOW Flex 6.1 (x64) | 550.0 mb


The Waterloo Hydrogeologic product team is pleased to announce the availability of Visual MODFLOW Flex 6.1 software is the industry standard for simulating groundwater flow and contaminant transport.

What's new in Visual MODFLOW Flex 6.1

Enhancements include:

- Boundary Condition in/outflows from the Budget file are available in 2D/3D views and the cell inspector via the Output / Budget node in the model Explorer


- You can Assign/Edit Model Properties and Boundary Conditions using an input surface, horizon, or water table object in the Expression Builder


- Expression Builder includes Round and Significant Digit functions


- The SAMG solver is available with MODFLOW-USG
- Visual MODFLOW Flex warns you and allows you to back up a project before irreversibly upgrading projects created in previous versions
- You can specify ground surface or heads from a previous model run instead of using the initial head property values at the translation step for MODFLOW-USG runs
- You can zoom to an object in the Model Explorer in a 2D viewer using the context menu
- Adding a data object such as a bitmap that is non-transparent during the grid creation process will overlay it on top of the grid rendering it invisible.
- Row/Column views for rotated grids are projected on NS/EW planes rather than on rotated model co-ordinate axes
- In some cases, surfaces generated using the model domain polygon did not fully span the model domain due to differences in numerical precision.
- LST file takes a long time to print for transient models
- Unhandled Exception when viewing certain .DXF files with unsupported components in a 2D Viewer
- Performance Issues on Project Load and Reload
- In some cases, not all wells are included when exporting data from the Calc. vs Obs. Chart
- In some cases, linear boundary condition features were skipped during conceptual to numerical model conversion.
- Concentration output nodes are not always created in RT3D runs
- Conceptual BCs assigned to the model sides not assigned as expected following conceptual to numerical model conversion to a finite difference grid if the grid cells are thin and/or there are steep gradients at the model edge.
- Uncaught exception visualizing Fluxes when budget file is removed
- View Maps not showing heads output
- Can't assign wells using Wells data object on Q-Grid
- Well Edit form dives under the main Flex window
- Only the first stress period values for bed leakance were included in LAK package translation


Visual MODFLOW Flex is more than just a graphical user interface for MODFLOW groundwater simulations. Visual MODFLOW Flex brings together industry-standard codes for groundwater flow and contaminant transport, essential analysis and calibration tools, and stunning 3D visualization capabilities in a single, easy-to-use software environment.

With Visual MODFLOW Flex, groundwater modelers have all the tools required for addressing local to regional-scale water quality, groundwater supply, and source water protection issues.

The first video in this series, Create a Project with Visual MODFLOW Flex, discusses the process for creating new groundwater modeling projects in the Visual MODFLOW Flex interface. It also includes a short discussion on the differences between conceptual and numerical modeling.

For over 25 years Waterloo Hydrogeologic has specialized in assessing, developing and managing the world's water resources using the most powerful and cost-effective software technologies available today. The dedicated team of engineers, earth scientists and other technical specialists provide comprehensive assessments of surface water and groundwater resources, practical engineering solutions for water related projects, and an awareness of environmental and sustainability issues that are key to successful water resource management. Waterloo Hydrogeologic has successfully completed numerous projects in five continents, helping to meet future water demands in a wide variety of environments and applications.

Product: Waterloo Hydrogeologic Visual MODFLOW Flex
Version: 6.1
Supported Architectures: x64
Website Home Page :
http://www.waterloohydrogeologic.com

Language: english
System Requirements: PC *
Supported Operating Systems: *
Size: 550.0 mb

Visual MODFLOW Flex requires the following minimum hardware configuration

Operating Systems Windows 10 Pro or Enterprise, Windows 8.1 Pro or Enterprise, Windows 7 Professional, Enterprise or Ultimate
Processor x64
Hard Disk 500GB drive with enough room to run a model. Waterloo Hyrdrogeologic recommends 50GB free space
RAM 8 GB or more recommended
Networking Hardware Network Card (required for soft key licensing)

If you intend to work with large models (est. > 500,000 nodes), it is recommended that you use 64-bit version of Visual MODFLOW Flex, and increase your RAM (10 GB or more).

Software Requirements

The Visual MODFLOW Flex installation package requires the following software configuration:

- Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0
- Microsoft Office (2000 or later). If you do not have Office, you must install the Microsoft Access Database Engine.


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