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iMOD User Manual version 5.2 (html)


9.21SOL-files

A SOL-file describes the number of modellayers that are within a Solid. A solid contains several IDF-files that describe the top and bottom elevation of modellayers. Those files are listed in a SOL-file too. Each modellayer is described by two IDFs, one that stores the top elevation and one for the bottom elevation. Thereafter, a SOL-file includes a number of references to SPF-files that describe how the elevation of those top and bottom elevations vary along a cross-sectional line. A SOL-file will be created and updated by iMOD, however, it can be edited outside iMOD easily. The syntax of a SOL-file is shown below:

NINT=

Number of Interfaces.

INT_L{i}=

For each interface give the 5 interface variables: IDF name, RGB color [R,G,B], Calculate indicator, Check indicator, Resolution.

NCROSS=

Number of cross sections.

FCROSS{i}=

Name of each cross section file.

For each Interface give the necessary Kriging parameters:

RANGE_{i}=

Distance where sill is reached.

SILL_{i}=

Level where semivariogram flattens.

NUGGET_{i}=

Nugget offset

KTYPE_{i}=

Kriging type. Ordinary Kriging (KTYPE=-1) or Simple Kriging (KTYPE=-2).

COINCIDENT_{i}=

Whenever COINCIDENT_{i} is 1, points are aggregated whenever they are within a distance specified by COINCIDENTDIST_{i}.

COINCIDENTDIST_{i}=

Coincident Point Aggregate Distance.

PNTSEARCH_{i}=

Whenever PNTSEARCH_{i}=1, MAXPNT_{i} is used, whenever PNTSEARCH_{i}=0, all points are used.

MAXPNT_{i}=

Maximum number of points.

IQUADRANT_{i}=

Flag indicating if Quadrants are applied, whenever IQUADRANT_{i}=1, MAXPNT_{i} is divided by four to denote the maximal points per quadrant.

Example of a SOL-file with reference to 4 model layers and 4 cross-sections:

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