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Sunday, August 4, 2013
Pump Volume per Pump Event in SWMM 5
Subject: Pump Volume per Pump Event in SWMM 5
You can calculate the volume per startup event by using the Pump Summary Table in SWMM 5 and copying a few columns to Excel.
1. Go to the Pump Summary
2. Copy Pump Name, Total Volume and Pump Startups to Excel
3. Divide to get Pump Volume per Event
You will now have the average volume per event.
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