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  3. This version has the faults turned off in the Samples project to prevent modeling complications. If you are not working in the Samples project folder this is not an important update. The RockWorks Revision History has a complete list, by date, of all changes in the program. To download this build, use the Help | Updates | Check for Updates menu inside RockWorks20. RockWorks Link, click on free trial tab: https://www.rockware.com/product/rockworks/ where you can download the installation program and install the new build right over the top of the existi
  4. Hi Vincent, You might also refer to the help topic that discusses opening RockWorks17 projects into RW20xx: https://help.rockware.com/rockworks/WebHelp/project_open_rw17.htm
  5. Hello Vincent, Both versions will be installed on the users machine side by side and they will need to connect to the network licenses for use. Then, open the projects from the Users:Documents:RockWorks17 Data folder in RockWorks20 to migrate the RockWorks project to the new version. RockWorks will create the project in a new data folder and leave the RW17 folder/project in tact for backup. Visit the RockWorks documentation page for "quick-start" documents which describe installation and licensing details: https://www.rockware.com/support/rockworks-support/rockworks
  6. Hi I was wondering where I could find instructions to upgrade a database and its accompanied models from v17 to v2021. Are there any specific actions I have to undertake, or should I be carefull with something? Kind Regards Vincent Verswijvel
  7. Dear Alison, I sent the simulation file by email. Can you please have a look? Thank you.
  8. You can disable the chemistry portion of the model by unchecking Enable Reactive Transport. This is an option under the Properties|Global Properties menu in PetraSim. I think this changes MOPR(1) to 2, but you should check this to confirm the setting. Please see the TOUGHREACT v3.32 "QuickRef" PDF for a description of this.
  9. What do you mean by "without chemistry"? How to disable it?
  10. Please go ahead and email your SIM file to tech@rockware.com and we will take a look. If you have not tried running your model without the chemistry, please do this first. This should hopefully help you determine if the problem is with the flow portion of the model, or the chemistry.
  11. There may be a problem with your flow model. Have you tried running the model with the chemistry disabled?
  12. Dear Alison, I am back here with other questions Thank you for your previous reply, I understood regarding chemical compositions and now would like to ask about time steps. When I run a simulation for monitoring for 1000 years (with no co2 injection), the following message is shown, not allowing to finish the simulation: What does this mean? I tried to give lower time steps, but the simulation still does not go till the end. How can the time step and max time steps be adjusted? Due to the limit of files being attached, the simulation file cannot be attach
  13. New versions of LogPlot8 (32-bit and 64-bit) were uploaded to the RockWare website today and include the fix for Well Construction segments with a non-zero Inner Diameter. Those will now draw correctly when a non-zero Offset is specified. You can also refer to the complete LogPlot revision list: https://www.rockware.com/rockworks/revisions/current_logplot_revisions.htm To download this build, use the Help | Check for Updates menu inside LogPlot8. Or visit the LogPlot Free Trial tab (https://www.rockware.com/product/logplot/) where you can download the installation p
  14. A new version of RockWorks2021 was uploaded to the RockWare website today, with new features, improvements, and bug fixes. The RockWorks Revision History has a complete list, by date, of all changes in the program. New Features: The grid and solid math menus now include options for computing the log base 10 and natural logarithms of the node values. This is a useful tool for identifying spatial relationships for data in which the majority of the values are much lower than the highest value. Layers in RockPlot2D window can now be locked from selecting to m
  15. On some systems, it may be necessary to run the Command Prompt "as administrator". In the video, instead of just clicking on the Command Prompt app to launch it, you would right-click on the app and select Run As Administrator from the pop-up menu. This gives the app higher permissions to register the DLL.
  16. Here is a quick video which illustrates the MIDAS.DLL registration process: register_midasdll.mp4
  17. Aigerim, These all would be a better question for the LBL forum and I ask that you repost these questions there. 1. For CTOT, I THINK that you would use all of these molality values as they are listed, but use 1 for h2o. If you determine that this is incorrect, please come back and share that information here. 2. Regarding CGUESS, I believe that normally, you can use the same value as CTOT, or one order of magnitude lower. Here is a link to a discussion about "guess" and "tot" on the LBL forum: https://tough.forumbee.com/t/36a3b9/setting-up-initial-water-
  18. Hello, Alison, Thank you for your previous reply. We have created a PHREEQC program where we equilibrated minerals and initial water composition and got the results. Now we have two questions: 1) In the output file, water is obtained with the following molality. Since the species' amounts should be in mol/kg of water, we have seen that water amount in Toughreact simulation should be 1.0 mol in "Water zone" input data. Is it really so? So should we divide the molalities here by 5.553e+01? For example, would the amount of Al in "Water zone" be 1.153e-08/5.553e+01 or should we take
  19. The main reason your model will not run is that you have not assigned an Initial Water zone to all of the elements in the model. I did this, and the model does run for a little while. However, if you look at the runlog.out file, you'll see lots of errors about convergence problems, so it seems that you have more work to do on your initial water chemistry and minerals. Have you put together a static geochemical model using a program such as PHREEQC or GWB? If not, you should really do that before trying to add the chemistry to TOUGHREACT. Ideally, you will want your minerals and
  20. Excuse me, Alison, We resolved the issue with the database and now have faced some other challenges due to which we cannot obtain the results. Could you please have a look at the file? ccs_example_1_2_new.sim
  21. If you are getting that error, then you should check to confirm that you have all of the basis species listed for so2(aq) added as Primary Variables.
  22. Oh my God, I forgot specifying zones! Thanks, Alison! Yes, I actually need SO2 (aq) and Fe+3 for pyrite's additional mechanism. But when I found and selected from aqueous complexes, the runlog file said that these compounds are not found in the database even though they are there. That is why I deleted them from aqueous complexes, but according to you, we cannot ignore them and need to specify. Why is it so? I am using thermodb.txt thermodynamic database.
  23. Aigerim, There are a number of problems with your model. I think the main problem is that you have not selected an aqueous species. I tried switching to the "enable all" option, and got a message in the runlog.out file that there were too many derived aqueous species, so you will need to select some. A few other things to note: 1. In your initial water zone, you've assigned values of 0 for CGUESS and also values of 0 for CTOT for h2o and so4-2. These should not be 0. 2. Another problem that I noticed with your model i
  24. Dear Alison, I am thankful and appreciate your help to solve the problem. I rebuilt the model using the Toughreact v.1.2. I got the output files, and there seems to be no error in the runlog and flow.out files, but the simulation still does not run. Could you please look at the file and check if there are results? I am attaching it below. Thank you. Regards, Aigerim ccs_example_1_2.sim
  25. Aigerim, You would not want to store your SIM file in the C:\Program Files\PetraSim 2020\tough64\treact_v3 directory. You would only want to place the TOUGHREACT v3.32 executable and the required DLLs there. Storing a SIM file and TOUGHREACT input files there would cause this Access Violation. You should store the SIM file and related input files in a location such as the Documents folder on your computer. The other option would be to place a copy of the TOUGHREACT executable and the required DLLs in the same directory as the input files, and run the simul
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