SMS Learning Center - Videos

GMS Videos


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SMS: Flow Trace and Drogue Plot Animations SMS supports creating animated videos that can be used to present a model's data outside of SMS. This video demonstrates flow trace and drogue plot animations, two methods for visualizing flow fields. 02:10
SMS: Mesh Generation Using Scalar Paving Density Demonstration of generating a finite element mesh for the ADCIRC model using the scalar paving density. 08:58
SMS: Data Visualization with a Functional Surface How to visualize data with a functional surface in SMS. 03:38
SMS: Printing and Exporting How to perform screen captures and export to Google Earth 02:37
SMS: Creating Profile Plots How to use the observation tools to create profile plots in SMS. 02:41
SMS: Visualization Tools Introduction SMS includes numerous tools and options for visualizing geometric and other quantitative data. This video demonstrates some of the features associated with contours, vectors, animations, and texture mapping. 08:05
SMS: Export to Google Earth SMS offers a wide array of options for exporting project data for use in other programs. This video shows how to export the contents of the SMS graphics window as a raster, vector, and transient data animation for use in Google Earth. 05:55
SMS: Annotations Module Surfacewater Modeling System (SMS) v10.1 New Feature Spotlight: The Annotations Module. Insert logos, text, shapes, North Arrows, and scale bars into a project. 07:30

Riverine Modeling

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SMS: Adding HY-8 Culverts to an SRH-2D Model Beginning with SMS v12.0, SRH-2D models can include hydraulic structures such as culverts. SMS facilitates a link between SRH and HY-8 for incorporating culverts into an SRH-2D hydrodynamic model simulation. 03:04
SMS: AdH Interface Introduction A tutorial on how to build and run a basic AdH model in SMS. 14:54

Coastal Modeling

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SMS: Setting Up a Basic ADCIRC Model Demonstration of setting up a basic ADCIRC model with tidal forcing. 05:23
SMS: STWAVE Model SMS STWAVE Model 05:04
SMS: CMS-Wave Model The CMS-Wave model, developed by USACE-ERDC, is an easy-to-use spectral wave model. This video tutorial shows how to setup a spectral wave model and include currents generated from an ADCIRC model. 05:51