Registering GMS Related Components with FRAMES Groundwater Modeling

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Registering GMS Related Components with FRAMES Groundwater Modeling System RT 3 D and MT

Registering GMS Related Components with FRAMES Groundwater Modeling System RT 3 D and MT 3 DMS FRAMES-2. 0 Workshop U. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Bethesda, Maryland November 15 -16, 2007 Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Richland, Washington

Discussion Topics (if not registered already) Register the Default Domain Register the GMS Import

Discussion Topics (if not registered already) Register the Default Domain Register the GMS Import Tool Select a GMS Project File Review the GMS Import Tool User Interface Register a GMS Model Manage GMS and FRAMES Files Convert Time-Varying Point Values to Step Functions Review the FRAMES-based GMS User Interface 2

Register the Default Domain Once FRAMES 2. 0 is installed on the host computer,

Register the Default Domain Once FRAMES 2. 0 is installed on the host computer, the user runs the Framework Development Environment executable (FDE. exe). The first time the FDE is run, the user will be asked to select the default Domain, which defines the user interface associated with the Simulation Editor that greets the user when one first enters the system. Usually, the “Environmental” Domain is chosen 3

1 3 2 4 5 Register the GMS Import Tool 4

1 3 2 4 5 Register the GMS Import Tool 4

Select a GMS Project File (pre-calibrated RT 3 D or MT 3 DMS model)

Select a GMS Project File (pre-calibrated RT 3 D or MT 3 DMS model) 1. 2. 1 Under the Tools menu, choose GMSImport Browse for the location of the Calibrated GMS Project File (*. gpr file). The user originally stored the file, so the user knows where it is located. 2 5

GMS Import Tool User Interface 2 3 1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. GMS

GMS Import Tool User Interface 2 3 1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. GMS Importer GMS chemical names mapped to FRAMES chemical names GMS Project File name and location being imported YELLOW: FRAMES User Identifiable Module Name and GMS Output File BLUE: GMS input parameters that user is allowed to modify GREEN: GMS output to FRAMES 4 5 6

Choice between OBS and CON files: • OBS = Model produces output at one

Choice between OBS and CON files: • OBS = Model produces output at one specified point • CON = Model produces output at all points Location from where the gpr file is imported. The user-defined “Chris. Obs” is the prefix name to the mod, dic, bat, and txt files, as well as the folder name. 7

Chemical Name in GMS & FRAMES Name of GMS model under Aquifer Icon Explains

Chemical Name in GMS & FRAMES Name of GMS model under Aquifer Icon Explains what it means if you choose yes versus no. User gets to alias GMS chemicals with FRAMES chemical list, so all models know what is referred to. Ensures proper unit conversions between FRAMES and GMS models. Provides the total number of Rows, Columns, and Layers in the grid. Tells the user the spatial extent of the source term: contamination is contained within Rows 10 through 19, Columns 32 through 66, and within Layer 1. This is useful when trying to decide on output locations. 8

Register the GMS Model The first time the GMS Import tool encounters a gpr

Register the GMS Model The first time the GMS Import tool encounters a gpr file containing a model name that has not been registered, following use of the Build Module button, it will ask the user to browse the host system and identify the directory that contains the executable for the model of interest (i. e. , RT 3 D. exe or MT 3 DMS 4. exe). In this particular example, the dialog is prompting the user to identify the directory containing the RT 3 D model executable. Note that the dialog title indicates which model executable is being sought. 9

Managing GMS and FRAMES Files ● Captures files associated with the GMS Import tool

Managing GMS and FRAMES Files ● Captures files associated with the GMS Import tool and GMS run, and stores in GMS folder. ● “B 25_T_” is the gpr prefix, and the userdefined “Chris. Obs” is the mod, dic, bat, and txt prefix, as well as the folder name. Same Name Captures files associated with the FRAMES simulation, and stores in Simulations folder. 10

Converting Time-Varying Point Values to Step Functions ● RT 3 D conversion of point

Converting Time-Varying Point Values to Step Functions ● RT 3 D conversion of point values to input step functions for time-varying input: extending the first point. FRAMES conversion of point values to input step functions for time-varying input: average of two points. Concentration ● Excess mass that is created in RT 3 D, when it computes input step functions for timevarying input. ● Stress Period 1 Stress Period 2 Stress Period 3 Time ● ● Stress Period 4 11

GMS Aquifer Model “Chris. Obs” Listed under “Aquifer” Icon Location of Simulation (. sim)

GMS Aquifer Model “Chris. Obs” Listed under “Aquifer” Icon Location of Simulation (. sim) file 12

General Info The imported GMS case is automatically placed under the Aquifer icon. “Model”

General Info The imported GMS case is automatically placed under the Aquifer icon. “Model” name, corresponding to GMS Project File and name provided by the user in the GMS Import Tool. Under Model Description, the user can find the folder location where the gpr file is archived. 13

“User Input” User Interface: OBS File Option for Signifying the GMS Output Location OBS

“User Input” User Interface: OBS File Option for Signifying the GMS Output Location OBS File Option requirements: ● Location of Output Results ● Duration of Simulation (tfinal) ● No control over # of output points 14

Illustrative Examples of a Different “tfinal” b a (a) tfinal = 500 yrs (b)

Illustrative Examples of a Different “tfinal” b a (a) tfinal = 500 yrs (b) Tfinal = 4 yrs 15

“User Input” User Interface: Con File Option for Signifying the GMS Output Location Con

“User Input” User Interface: Con File Option for Signifying the GMS Output Location Con File Option requirements: ● Location of Output Results ● Duration of Simulation (tfinal) ● # of output points (ticks) 16