imod.mf6.NodePropertyFlow#
- class imod.mf6.NodePropertyFlow(icelltype, k, rewet=False, rewet_layer=None, rewet_factor=None, rewet_iterations=None, rewet_method=None, k22=None, k33=None, angle1=None, angle2=None, angle3=None, cell_averaging='harmonic', save_flows=False, starting_head_as_confined_thickness=False, variable_vertical_conductance=False, dewatered=False, perched=False, save_specific_discharge=False)[source]#
Node Property Flow package.
In this package the hydraulic conductivity and rewetting in the model is specified. A single NPF Package is required for each GWF model. https://water.usgs.gov/water-resources/software/MODFLOW-6/mf6io_6.0.4.pdf#page=51
- Parameters
icelltype (array of int (xr.DataArray)) – flag for each cell that specifies how saturated thickness is treated. 0 means saturated thickness is held constant; >0 means saturated thickness varies with computed head when head is below the cell top; <0 means saturated thickness varies with computed head unless the starting_head_as_confined_thickness option is in effect. When starting_head_as_confined_thickness is in effect, a negative value of icelltype indicates that saturated thickness will be computed as strt-bot and held constant.
k (array of floats (xr.DataArray)) – is the hydraulic conductivity. For the common case in which the user would like to specify the horizontal hydraulic conductivity and the vertical hydraulic conductivity, then K should be assigned as the horizontal hydraulic conductivity, K33 should be assigned as the vertical hydraulic conductivity, and K22 and the three rotation angles should not be specified. When more sophisticated anisotropy is required, then K corresponds to the K11 hydraulic conductivity axis. All included cells (idomain > 0) must have a K value greater than zero
rewet (({True, False}, optional)) – activates model rewetting. Default is False.
rewet_layer (float) – is a combination of the wetting threshold and a flag to indicate which neighboring cells can cause a cell to become wet. If rewet_layer < 0, only a cell below a dry cell can cause the cell to become wet. If rewet_layer > 0, the cell below a dry cell and horizontally adjacent cells can cause a cell to become wet. If rewet_layer is 0, the cell cannot be wetted. The absolute value of rewet_layer is the wetting threshold. When the sum of BOT and the absolute value of rewet_layer at a dry cell is equaled or exceeded by the head at an adjacent cell, the cell is wetted. rewet_layer must be specified if “rewet” is specified in the OPTIONS block. If “rewet” is not specified in the options block, then rewet_layer can be entered, and memory will be allocated for it, even though it is not used. (WETDRY) Default is None.
rewet_factor – is a keyword and factor that is included in the calculation of the head that is initially established at a cell when that cell is converted from dry to wet. (WETFCT) Default is None.
rewet_iterations – is a keyword and iteration interval for attempting to wet cells. Wetting is attempted every rewet_iterations iteration. This applies to outer iterations and not inner iterations. If rewet_iterations is specified as zero or less, then the value is changed to 1. (IWETIT) Default is None.
rewet_method – is a keyword and integer flag that determines which equation is used to define the initial head at cells that become wet. If rewet_method is 0, h = BOT + rewet_factor (hm - BOT). If rewet_method is not 0, h = BOT + rewet_factor (THRESH). (IHDWET) Default is None.
k22 (array of floats (xr.DataArray)) – is the hydraulic conductivity of the second ellipsoid axis; for an unrotated case this is the hydraulic conductivity in the y direction. If K22 is not included, then K22 is set equal to K. For a regular MODFLOW grid (DIS Package is used) in which no rotation angles are specified, K22 is the hydraulic conductivity along columns in the y direction. For an unstructured DISU grid, the user must assign principal x and y axes and provide the angle for each cell face relative to the assigned x direction. All included cells (idomain > 0) must have a K22 value greater than zero. Default is None.
k33 (array of floats (xr.DataArray)) – is the hydraulic conductivity of the third ellipsoid axis; for an unrotated case, this is the vertical hydraulic conductivity. When anisotropy is applied, K33 corresponds to the K33 tensor component. All included cells (idomain > 0) must have a K33 value greater than zero. Default is None.
angle1 (float) – is a rotation angle of the hydraulic conductivity tensor in degrees. The angle represents the first of three sequential rotations of the hydraulic conductivity ellipsoid. With the K11, K22, and K33 axes of the ellipsoid initially aligned with the x, y, and z coordinate axes, respectively, angle1 rotates the ellipsoid about its K33 axis (within the x - y plane). A positive value represents counter-clockwise rotation when viewed from any point on the positive K33 axis, looking toward the center of the ellipsoid. A value of zero indicates that the K11 axis lies within the x - z plane. If angle1 is not specified, default values of zero are assigned to angle1, angle2, and angle3, in which case the K11, K22, and K33 axes are aligned with the x, y, and z axes, respectively. Default is None.
angle2 (float) – is a rotation angle of the hydraulic conductivity tensor in degrees. The angle represents the second of three sequential rotations of the hydraulic conductivity ellipsoid. Following the rotation by angle1 described above, angle2 rotates the ellipsoid about its K22 axis (out of the x - y plane). An array can be specified for angle2 only if angle1 is also specified. A positive value of angle2 represents clockwise rotation when viewed from any point on the positive K22 axis, looking toward the center of the ellipsoid. A value of zero indicates that the K11 axis lies within the x - y plane. If angle2 is not specified, default values of zero are assigned to angle2 and angle3; connections that are not user-designated as vertical are assumed to be strictly horizontal (that is, to have no z component to their orientation); and connection lengths are based on horizontal distances. Default is None.
angle3 (float) – is a rotation angle of the hydraulic conductivity tensor in degrees. The angle represents the third of three sequential rotations of the hydraulic conductivity ellipsoid. Following the rotations by angle1 and angle2 described above, angle3 rotates the ellipsoid about its K11 axis. An array can be specified for angle3 only if angle1 and angle2 are also specified. An array must be specified for angle3 if angle2 is specified. A positive value of angle3 represents clockwise rotation when viewed from any point on the positive K11 axis, looking toward the center of the ellipsoid. A value of zero indicates that the K22 axis lies within the x - y plane. Default is None.
cell_averaging (str) – Method calculating horizontal cell connection conductance. Options: {“harmonic”, “logarithmic”, “mean-log_k”, “mean-mean_k”} Default: “harmonic”
save_flows (({True, False}, optional)) – keyword to indicate that cell-by-cell flow terms will be written to the file specified with “budget save file” in Output Control. Default is False.
starting_head_as_confined_thickness (({True, False}, optional)) – indicates that cells having a negative icelltype are confined, and their cell thickness for conductance calculations will be computed as strt-bot rather than top-bot. (THICKSTRT) Default is False.
variable_vertical_conductance (({True, False}, optional)) – keyword to indicate that the vertical conductance will be calculated using the saturated thickness and properties of the overlying cell and the thickness and properties of the underlying cell. if the dewatered keyword is also specified, then the vertical conductance is calculated using only the saturated thickness and properties of the overlying cell if the head in the underlying cell is below its top. if these keywords are not specified, then the default condition is to calculate the vertical conductance at the start of the simulation using the initial head and the cell properties. the vertical conductance remains constant for the entire simulation. (VARIABLECV) Default is False.
dewatered (({True, False}, optional)) – If the dewatered keyword is specified, then the vertical conductance is calculated using only the saturated thickness and properties of the overlying cell if the head in the underlying cell is below its top. Default is False.
perched (({True, False}, optional)) – keyword to indicate that when a cell is overlying a dewatered convertible cell, the head difference used in Darcy’s Law is equal to the head in the overlying cell minus the bottom elevation of the overlying cell. If not specified, then the default is to use the head difference between the two cells. Default is False.
save_specific_discharge (({True, False}, optional)) – keyword to indicate that x, y, and z components of specific discharge will be calculated at cell centers and written to the cell-by-cell flow file, which is specified with”budget save file” in Output Control. If this option is activated, then additional information may be required in the discretization packages and the GWF Exchange package (if GWF models are coupled). Specifically, angldegx must be specified in the connectiondata block of the disu package; angldegx must also be specified for the GWF Exchange as an auxiliary variable. disu package has not been implemented yet. Default is False.
- __init__(icelltype, k, rewet=False, rewet_layer=None, rewet_factor=None, rewet_iterations=None, rewet_method=None, k22=None, k33=None, angle1=None, angle2=None, angle3=None, cell_averaging='harmonic', save_flows=False, starting_head_as_confined_thickness=False, variable_vertical_conductance=False, dewatered=False, perched=False, save_specific_discharge=False)[source]#
Methods
__init__
(icelltype, k[, rewet, rewet_layer, ...])from_file
(path, **kwargs)Loads an imod mf6 package from a file (currently only netcdf and zarr are supported).
isel
()render
(directory, pkgname, globaltimes, binary)sel
()to_sparse
(arrdict, layer)Convert from dense arrays to list based input
write
(directory, pkgname, globaltimes, binary)write_binary_griddata
(outpath, da, dtype)write_blockfile
(directory, pkgname, ...)write_netcdf
(directory, pkgname[, ...])Write to netcdf.
write_text_griddata
(outpath, da, dtype)