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    2D Mesh Fail Error

    Hi,

    I am trying to generating a 2D mesh on my network in the same way as in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FazZPy9wshY

    But the status is "Failed" so I can not load the mesh. I have this informations in the mesh log:

    Meshing requires a height value to be specified at the following points:
    (92681.54, 437611.56), etc...

    With many points, these points does not correspond to any nodes or pipe but are in my 2D zone.

    So I would like to understand this error

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    François,

    It appears you inadvertently posted your forum in the Water Forum instead of the Wastewater forum. The Wastewater forum is where questions regarding InfoWorks ICM are best answered.


    I will go ahead and move this thread to the Wastewater forum for you so that users with InfoWorks ICM can best assist you.


    Patrick Moore

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    It means that there is a gap in the DTM. It does not need to correspond with a node or pipe, just be within the mesh. You have to find that gap and then you have two basic options: use a mesh zone to set a minimum elevation in the area concerned (best option), or adjust the boundary of the mesh to miss the area but only if flows through that area are unimportant.

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    Thank you for your answer. Indeed, it was just my DTM which was not good and had many gaps, I have just take another and now it is good

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