- class imod.wq.BasicFlow(ibound, top, bottom, starting_head, inactive_head=1e+30)[source]#
The Basic package is used to specify certain data used in all models. These include:
the locations of acitve, inactive, and specified head in cells,
the head stored in inactive cells,
the initial head in all cells, and
the top and bottom of the aquifer
The number of layers (NLAY) is automatically calculated using the IBOUND. Thickness is calculated using the specified tops en bottoms. The Basic package input file is required in all models.
ibound (xr.DataArray of integers) – is the boundary variable. If IBOUND(J,I,K) < 0, cell J,I,K has a constant head. If IBOUND(J,I,K) = 0, cell J,I,K is inactive. If IBOUND(J,I,K) > 0, cell J,I,K is active.
top (float or xr.DataArray of floats) – is the top elevation of layer 1. For the common situation in which the top layer represents a water-table aquifer, it may be reasonable to set top equal to land-surface elevation.
bottom (xr.DataArray of floats) – is the bottom elevation of model layers or Quasi-3d confining beds. The DataArray should at least include the layer dimension.
starting_head (float or xr.DataArray of floats) – is initial (starting) head—that is, head at the beginning of the simulation (STRT). starting_head must be specified for all simulations, including steady-state simulations. One value is read for every model cell. Usually, these values are read a layer at a time.
inactive_head (float, optional) – is the value of head to be assigned to all inactive (no flow) cells (IBOUND = 0) throughout the simulation (HNOFLO). Because head at inactive cells is unused in model calculations, this does not affect model results but serves to identify inactive cells when head is printed. This value is also used as drawdown at inactive cells if the drawdown option is used. Even if the user does not anticipate having inactive cells, a value for inactive_head must be entered. Default value is 1.0e30.
__init__(ibound, top, bottom, starting_head)
Loads an imod-wq package from a file (currently only netcdf and zarr are supported).
Computes layer thickness from top and bottom data.
write_netcdf(directory, pkgname[, ...])
Write to netcdf.