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New, free 3D visualization program for groundwater models

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  • rbwinston@mindspring.com
    Model Viewer has just been released by the USGS. The URL is http://water.usgs.gov/nrp/gwsoftware/modelviewer/ModelViewer.html. Model Viewer is a computer
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 2, 2002
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      Model Viewer has just been released by the USGS. The URL is
      http://water.usgs.gov/nrp/gwsoftware/modelviewer/ModelViewer.html.

      "Model Viewer is a computer program that displays the results of
      three-dimensional ground-water models. Scalar data (such as
      hydraulic head or solute concentration) may be displayed as a solid
      or a set of isosurfaces, using a red-to-blue color spectrum to
      represent a range of scalar values. Vector data (such as velocity or
      specific discharge) are represented by lines oriented to the vector
      direction and scaled to the vector magnitude. Model Viewer can also
      display pathlines, cells or nodes that represent model features such
      as streams and wells, and auxiliary graphical objects such as grid
      lines and coordinate axes. Users may crop the model grid in
      different orientations to examine the interior structure of the data.
      For transient simulations, Model Viewer can animate the time
      evolution of the simulated quantities. The current version (1.0) of
      Model Viewer runs on Microsoft Windows 95, 98, NT and 2000
      operating systems, and supports the following models: MODFLOW-
      2000, MODFLOW-2000 with the Ground-Water Transport Process,
      MODFLOW-96, MOC3D (Version 3.5), MODPATH, MT3DMS, and
      SUTRA (Version 2D3D.1). Model Viewer is designed to directly read
      input and output files from these models, thus minimizing the need
      for additional postprocessing."
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