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  1. I will be sure to use the latest 64-bit version of SMS. We have plenty of RAM, 192GB. Thanks again. Cheers Sam
  2. Thanks for your response guys. To answer your questions Phil: no of cells 4,660,629 and the xmdf file comes in at 13gb both static and time varying SMS crashes often and is painfully slow, others are just painfully slow It likely that I am doing something wrong and will figure it with trial and error. Will give the QGIS tuflow plugin a crack. Cheers
  3. Hi all, I am having trouble viewing large output files. I have SMS, MapInfo, Arc, WaterRide and Global Mapper and a pretty hefty PC at my disposal. I was wondering what program(s) and file formats the guys at BMT WBM use to view their output files? Cheers Sam
  4. Thanks cjh, That's a great help! I did check the release notes and it seems I had an old copy of the 2012-05 notes that didn't include AE. The two different figures come from the peak outflow at a given time step (1003 m3/s) reported in the tlf at the end of the run. And the reported outflow at the given peak time step (753 m3/s) also in the tlf, when scrolling up to look at each time step output. Cheers
  5. Hi, I have run a 2D only model with combined rainfall and hydrograph inflow and I'm getting a higher peak outflow (1003 m3/s) than a peak inflow (851 m3/s). When looking at the Qo value at the stated time of peak outflow, it is only 753 m3/s. I was wondering if this may be because the rainfall loss is not included in the Qo column calculation but is reported in the peak outflow? Additionally I can't find an explanation of the Mx column represents on the output file? Any help would be much appreciated. Cheers
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