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with a column of an Arc/Info, ASCII or a dBase data- base. It is also possible to assign values from a database to different timesteps of time-varying material data (see Section 10.3.4.3). The linking of a polygon file with a database is sup- ported by a submenu. See the online Help for detailed information and have a look at the application example of the FEFLOW Tutorial (Section 10.3.2.2). Figure 5.9 Database regionalization window and column Selection. Figure 5.10 Linking of database with spatial data
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cbcilt SKM `ä~ëëáÅ ö RP RKS cäçï fåáíá~äë aÉÄìÖ Displays and modifies data groups. Data ranges or subareas of the model domain (via background maps) can be selected and the corresponding values can be changed by adding/subtracting, multiplying/dividing, or simple replacing operations. pÜçï Plots the flow initials as colored fringes (Figure 5.11). s~åáëÜ Switches off the Show option. péÉÅá~ä Allows data visualization and export via the Data store manager ( DSM ), which is available from other menus, too. The DSM manages the import and export of spatial data in predefined or user-defined file for- mats that can be linked with attribute data. See online Help for more information. The Special menu also allows to compute ‘Head minus bottom’ and ‘Top minus Head’ isoline-maps. Figure 5.11 Special menu .
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RQ ö rëÉêÛë j~åì~ä J m~êí f RK mêçÄäÉã bÇáíçê jÉëÜ fåëéÉÅíçê Displays the current value and physical units for the node in the Inspector magnifier. If an ESRI shape file has been loaded, its attribute values are listed in a second Database inspector window (Figure 5.12). hÉóÄç~êÇ êÉèìÉëí Äçñ Accepts keyboard input. Having selected an option of a tool which requires keyboard input a default entry is shown here. To change the value click into the box, select the default value with the mouse in order to replace it or hit the <TAB> key. Below the box the physical unit of the input value is displayed. oÉíìêå Click this button to return to the upper menu level. `çåíÉåí ~å~äóòÉê Offers functionality for computing the fluid/mass/ energy content of the model. There are eight different contents to evaluate. They are listed in Table 5.1. The content analyzer is provided in all three (flow, mass and heat transport) initial-value menus as well as in the simulator and the postprocessor menus. Figure 5.12 Mesh Inspector echo. Figure 5.13 Keyboard request box. Table 5.1 Content analyzer options Total volume [m³] Void volume [m³] Fluid content [m³] Diluted mass (fluid phase) [g] Diluted mass (squared) [g²/m³] Sorbed mass (solid phase) [g] Energy of fluid phase [J] Energy of solid phase [J] Total energy content [J] Å~ëÉ çÑ ãìäíáJ ëéÉÅáÉë íê~åëéçêí ïáíÜ ëéÉÅáÉë ÄçìåÇ íç íÜÉ ëçäáÇ éÜ~ëÉI íÜÉ ÅçåJ íÉåí ~å~äóòÉê Éèì~íáçåë äççâ ëäáÖÜíäó ÇáÑÑÉêÉåí ~ë Ñçê íÜÉëÉ ëéÉÅáÉë íÜÉ íçí~ä ã~ëë Éèì~äë íÜÉ ëçêÄÉÇ ã~ëëK
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