Commands

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SVCHEM

SVFlux

SVHeat

SVAIR

SVSolid

SVSlope

SVSlope

 

 

 

Open Selected Model

This command opens the currently selected model in the appropriate software.

 

Open Selected Model Results

This command opens the result of the currently selected model in the ACUMESH.

 

Open Model Directory

This command opens the folder containing the selected model file

 

Download Selected Model

This function is used to download the new or deleted models which may have been added to the directory structure. This feature is useful if the user synchronizes the repository with a folder on a network drive.

 

Delete Selected Models

Removes the current model(s) from the list and deletes the folder containing all modeling data.

 

Remove Selection From this Project

This option removes the selected model from the project.

 

Add Model To Group

This menu item is only available if the 'Use Model Grouping' setting is enabled (Options > Global Settings). This is used to add the selected model to one of the available Groups. Selecting the None option removes the model from a Group. If there are multiple groups defined in the project the one with the check mark beside it is the one to which the Model is currently assigned.

 

Reorder Models Within Project

This menu item is only available if the 'Use Model Ordering' setting is enabled (Options > Global Settings). The available selections provide the ability to reorder a model within the project.

 

Reorder Models Within Group

This menu item is only available if the 'Use Model Grouping' setting is enabled (Options > Global Settings). The available selections provide the ability to reorder a model within a group.

 

External References

This menu item is only available if the 'Use Model Ordering' setting is enabled (Options > Global Settings) and is only displayed when the selected model has external references to other models. If the referenced model displays with a green light icon beside the name, the sequencing of models in the project is appropriate. A red light icon beside a referenced model indicates that the currently selected model needs to be moved after the referenced model for batch analysis to be successful. If the name of the referenced model is displayed with a line through it the referenced model does not currently reside in the selected project.

 

Batch FEM Models

Batch Analysis

Use this option to run a series of models. Each selected model will be displayed in an editable list that may be reordered. The list is then saved to a model batch file and optionally analyzed by the solver. Note that the batch file is run in a sequential manner and not all at once.

 

Run Existing Batch File

Similar to the above option, this option loads a previously saved model batch file. The list may be reordered and an re-saved, or saved with a new name if desired.

 

Analysis Log

The Analysis Log dialog will list the models analyzed during the most recent batch analysis operation. It will indicate whether the model finished solving (SOLVED!) or encountered an error (ERROR!). The batch analysis should be allowed to complete before checking the Analysis Log.

 

NOTE:

 

If performing a batch analysis where the results of model A are used as the initial conditions for model B, ensure you are using the Absolute Path (.trn) for the initial condition setting in model B.
 

 

Batch SVSLOPE Models

Batch Analysis

This is a batch function which initiates i) writing out of all modeling files currently selected and ii) analyzing them in the solver. A controlling batch file is created such that the selected models are analyzed in a sequential manner and not all at once. Click here for more information on this function.

 

Batch Model Group Models

This menu item is only available if the 'Use Model Ordering' setting is enabled (Options > Global Settings).

 

Batch Analysis

Use this option to batch analyze the selected models within a project in the order specified by the models Order in Project setting. The selected models will be displayed in the solver dialog as non-editable list that may not be reordered. When the analysis is started each model is solved sequentially with the appropriate solver i.e., SVSLOPE, SVCORE or FEHM.