Saturday, October 20, 2012

How to Have both Depth and Elevation for the Node Rim Elevation in InfoSWMM

Subject:  How to Have both Depth and Elevation for the Node Rim Elevation in InfoSWMM

How to Have both Depth and Elevation for the Node Rim Elevation in InfoSWMM

by dickinsonre
Subject:  How to Have both Depth and Elevation for the Node Rim Elevation in InfoSWMM

If you turn on  store Absolute Junction Rim option  then the Rim Elevation = Invert Elevation + Maximum Node Depth will be shown in the DB Table Junction Hydraulic Modeling Data and the Attribute Browser of InfoSWMM and H2OMAP SWMM

Figure 1.  Store Absolute Junction Rim Elevation Option

Now the Rim Elevation can be copied from the DB Table

Figure 2.  The DB for Junction Modeling Data

And Pasted to the Elevation Table in Junction Information

Figure 3.  The DB for the Junction Information Data

Then you can go back and turn off the Preferences flag and you will have the Rim Elevation in in the Information Table and the Maximum Depth in the Junction Hydraulic Modeling Data DB Table,  I do this all of the time as it helps to see both the depth and the Elevation.

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