Just began using STANMOD and it looks like it will be a great tool! But I have a question.
For 3DADE output parameter control the STANMOD Help System says the following:
"User specifies for which position and for what time concentrations are to be calculated. This is done by specifying for each coordinate (t, x, y (r), and z) the smallest value, the increment and the maximum value."
How does the user specify a single output instance? For example, how do we tell STANMOD to calculate 3DADE model concentrations on an X-Y plane at a single Z depth?
My guess (from looking at an example problem) is that you set the increment value to 0 (zero). Then it does not seem to matter what value you specify for the maximum, because STANMOD takes the minimum value as the depth for calculating the X-Y concentration field.
Am I understanding this correctly or is there another output setting or better way to accomplish this? If this is correct it might help to have that stated in the Help System.
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