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The terrain is connected to the geometry. This file is written in binary format and can only be read from the user interface. Quite frankly, I'm embarrassed to send such a large file. New Post Related Content Search the Autodesk Knowledge Network for more content. http://strongboxlinux.com/error/error-43-a-file-could-not-be-found.php

thxReplyDeleteRepliesChris GoodellJuly 8, 2015 at 8:25 AMGreat idea! ReplyDeleteRepliesChris GoodellNovember 23, 2015 at 8:25 AM2D and unsteady sediment, to name a few reasons. For some reason it mentions a TXT file for the surface: Calculating the elevations from the surface. please uninstall the .493 version and download and install version For more information about the Road and Site design tools, visit the Road and Site design WIKI at:http://communities.bentley.com/products/road___site_design/w/road_and_site_design__wiki Cancel http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/autocad-land-desktop/error-generating-cross-section-file/td-p/1324988

How do I resolve this? Error - Unable to open file , for reading.Error - No surfaces defined. I think I'll wait until the official version comes out, just in case they slip in a new file type between now and then. Written by Chris Goodell, P.E., D.

  1. how to maintain Constant Water level (MDDL/FRL) in reservoir.2.
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  3. Geopak Cancel Kevin Pugh Tue, Mar 13 2012 7:59 PM In reply to MichaelGilham: Hello Mr.
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  5. The DSS boundary condition pathnames are also stored in your unsteady flow file, and because of this redundancy, it is okay to delete the *.dsc file if you want to (though
  6. On the Create Cross section panel selecte the Reference Model and referencestring and type in a new model name for the section storagemodel, the model will create if it doesn't exist.
  7. Is this possible?Thank you!ReplyDeleteRepliesChris G.November 22, 2013 at 1:02 PMRAS simulates the change in water quality through a system over time.
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If you're looking to clean up your folder, you can delete everything except for the .prj, .p##, .g##, .f##, .u##, .s##, .h##, and .w## files. In that case, you'll need to stabilize your model first.DeleteReplyAnonymousSeptember 16, 2013 at 1:28 PMHello,I find your blog pretty interesting. This tool expects a Hz alignment and a TIN file. Limited-time early-bird discounts available Registrations are now available for our dam breach course in Auckland, New Zealand to be he...

I try to respond to all questions, but sometimes it gets a little busy. How do I generate the existing ground surface on the cross sections cells that get generated? This option can be switched on by the user in the Output Control Options window. This Site Differences between Steady and Unsteady files are listed when relevant. .prj is the Project file.

For some reason it mentions a TXT file for the surface: Calculating the elevations from the surface. Powered by Blogger. [ncl-talk] Help required in Vertical cross-section plot abhishek anand abhipat.13 at gmail.com Fri Jan 29 05:52:01 MST 2016 Previous message: [ncl-talk] when creating a nc file, and assign All times are GMT +0. one dialogue box showing flow or temp time series data is not sufficient to run requested time window although we have entered everything which is required for the computation.

Any idea on what I can do to fix this? this contact form Download & Installation New: Get an Activation Code Mac OS X 10.11 Support Windows 10 Support Autodesk Online Store Help Software Downloads Serial Numbers & Product Keys Installation & Licensing Online Lee | WEST Consultants Copyright © RASModel.com. 2013. Halla, could you fix it anyhow?Or does somebody else knows a solution?Thank you for help!DeleteAnonymousSeptember 18, 2013 at 3:39 AMHi Halla, could you fix the problem?I get the same message and

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Post 2 of 2 Share Report Re: ERROR - Generating cross section file Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed get redirected here This post will feature a steady flow example project, and will list common HEC-RAS files that you'll see for Unsteady flow, Sediment Analysis, Water Quality, and Hydraulic Design projects. Select Finish to Create the Sections. Cancel Bhaskar Sarma Sun, Jan 23 2011 8:12 AM In reply to Nig: check the attached, i didn't go through it fully.....please check again and let me know.

DeleteReplyAnonymousNovember 19, 2013 at 4:22 PMHello,I really enjoyed your blog.I do not speak English, I am using a translator.I'm currently using HEC-RAS to simulate water quality of a river. Most likely, your model is going unstable though and is therefore having trouble writing output.DeleteReplyAnonymousNovember 22, 2015 at 9:01 PMHow is the HECRAS 5.0 beta version better than HECRAS 4 version. If not, is there a way to avoid this in the future?Thanks!ReplyDeleteRepliesChris GoodellMarch 28, 2016 at 10:07 AMYou can, but it involves manually renaming the files in windows explorer, then changing navigate to this website Please wait. > Error - Unable to open file , for > reading.Error - No surfaces defined. > ERROR - Generating cross section file > > Thanks for your help! >

RAS Mapper Written by Chris Goodell, P.E., D. Is have checked the .tin file and all seems to be correct with that. I have set my surface and followed all the required steps that are documented.....wasn't sure if someone else ran across this and had any suggestions.

how to view the sediment analysis result i.e how much sediment deposit in reservoir and how much sediment pass through GATE (Down-stream of Dam)can you please help us to understand the

Place them in a ZIP file and send to: [email protected] Beyond that, you'll probably have to send in a bug report to HEC to find out why this is happening. When the .sed03 .SedHeadXS03 and .SedXS03 are opened in Notepad there is a lot of gibberish, like "...DBè E˜™ B}Ä%?YÞä?Ò O:Ó#JEe ‘CÚ ÿFª+...", though more scattered symbols in .SedHeadXS03.Can you please Using any of the share icons at the bottom of each post or on the website sidebar;2.

Bad name or number" what does it means?ReplyDeleteRepliesChris GoodellNovember 23, 2015 at 9:52 AMCould be any number of things. I get the error message that I indicated in my first post. I do specify a horizontal alignment anda .tin file. my review here HECRASController Example Code Now Available!

DeleteReplyAnonymousJuly 15, 2014 at 2:41 AMHello,can I have one question? ReplyDeleteshivdayalMay 31, 2013 at 4:50 AMI was run HEC-RAS for sediment analysis. Please try the request again. Please give me better solution to design multiple roads in one design model.

When sediment transport computations are performed, RAS creates a set of intermediate files: .sed is the detailed sediment output file. .SedHeadXS01 is the header file for the cross section output. .SedXS01 Cancel Rajashekar Vemula Thu, Apr 3 2014 6:23 AM In reply to Jason Walsh: Thank You Jason. When you have created the pavement design using the tool there is a Cross Section Working Drawing button that will create cross section including the pavement design. Your cache administrator is webmaster.

Is there a way how to get datas in this much shorter step? If your model links to a dss file for use as input data (e.g. Records the computational messages that pop up in the computation window. I am not understanding why it is and is there any error in my given data or software error ?

Please follow the instructions here. In the meantime, is there a particular file or files you are wondering about?DeleteReplyUnknownNovember 17, 2015 at 11:45 AMHello I got a mesage that says "Error determining output format. Behind the scenes, HEC-RAS automatically creates a series of input and output files when working with a model. Reply With Quote « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Forum English Forums Civil Engineering AutoCAD Land Desktop Support Land Desktop - General ERROR - Generating cross section file Similar Threads

HMS may store some catchment output data in DSS though.DeleteReplyAnonymousMay 7, 2015 at 1:09 PMThanks, so to see cross-section geometry, catchment rainfall-runoff properties etc I will need to see the prj All rights reserved. The Author Chris Goodell is the Director of Applied Research for WEST Consultants, Inc. Blog Archive ► 2016 (30) ► October 2016 (2) ► September 2016 (3) ► August 2016 (2) ► July 2016 (5) ► June 2016 (2) ► May 2016 (4) ► April