imod.mf6.Drainage#

class imod.mf6.Drainage(elevation, conductance, print_input=False, print_flows=False, save_flows=False, observations=None)[source]#

The Drain package is used to simulate head-dependent flux boundaries. https://water.usgs.gov/ogw/modflow/mf6io.pdf#page=67

Parameters
  • elevation (array of floats (xr.DataArray)) – elevation of the drain. (elev)

  • conductance (array of floats (xr.DataArray)) – is the conductance of the drain. (cond)

  • print_input (({True, False}, optional)) – keyword to indicate that the list of drain information will be written to the listing file immediately after it is read. Default is False.

  • print_flows (({True, False}, optional)) – Indicates that the list of drain flow rates will be printed to the listing file for every stress period time step in which “BUDGET PRINT” is specified in Output Control. If there is no Output Control option and PRINT FLOWS is specified, then flow rates are printed for the last time step of each stress period. Default is False.

  • save_flows (({True, False}, optional)) – Indicates that drain flow terms will be written to the file specified with “BUDGET FILEOUT” in Output Control. Default is False.

  • observations ([Not yet supported.]) – Default is None.

__init__(elevation, conductance, print_input=False, print_flows=False, save_flows=False, observations=None)[source]#

Methods

__init__(elevation, conductance[, ...])

from_file(path, **kwargs)

Loads an imod mf6 package from a file (currently only netcdf and zarr are supported).

get_options(d[, not_options])

isel()

period_paths(directory, pkgname, ...)

render(directory, pkgname, globaltimes, binary)

Render fills in the template only, doesn't write binary data

sel()

to_sparse(arrdict, layer)

Convert from dense arrays to list based input

write(directory, pkgname, globaltimes, binary)

writes the blockfile and binary data

write_binary_griddata(outpath, da, dtype)

write_blockfile(directory, pkgname, ...)

write_datafile(outpath, ds, binary)

Writes a modflow6 binary data file

write_netcdf(directory, pkgname[, ...])

Write to netcdf.

write_perioddata(directory, pkgname, binary)

write_text_griddata(outpath, da, dtype)