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Error: The grid model and solid model must have the same XY dimensions

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Tom,

 

I now have another error when using those grids in P-Data Modeling. How do I make sure the grid dimensions are the same as the P-Data dimensions? Does that mean the project dimensions need to match the grid dimensions?

 

ERROR:
The grid model and solid model must have the same XY dimensions.
Grid Name = TopofLiner.RwGrd
Solid Name = Temp 1-19_Test.RwMod
Grid X Nodes = 196 , Solid X Nodes = 70
Grid Y Nodes = 248 , Solid Y Nodes = 157
Grid X Spacing = 3.538462 , Solid X Spacing = 10.0
Grid Y Spacing = 3.538462 , Solid X Spacing = 10.0
 

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Hi cburkett304,

 

I split your message into a new thread.

 

To make the grid match the solid model dimensions, recalculate the grid with the current dimensions, or resample the grid to the current dimensions in the Utilities Grid | Math | Resample menu.

 

Regards,

Tom B

RockWare Inc

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How do I recalculate the grid with current dimensions when I created it by importing a Tif file from ArcGIS?  I resampled the grids and used them as the Superface/Subface. The output model was no model at all just vertical rectangles on the edges. Thoughts?

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Hi cburkett304,

 

The P-Data model can become blank if you reverse the top and bottom grids for the superface and subface, or if you have other filtering options enabled, such as polygon clipping.

 

If you are unable to resolve the problem, you are welcome to backup your project with the File | Backup Database menu command and send the ZIP file to [email protected].  Larger files may be uploaded to https://rockware.com/upload/

 

Regards,

Tom B

RockWare Inc

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