- There is only one transect per link and the shape stays the same from the upstream to the downstream node
- The links are irregular channels with the name of the imported HEC-RAS transect defining the shape of the transect (Bullet 1)
- The transects are converted from the station/elevation pairs to normalized depth and width tables (Bullet 2)
- The inverts used for the links are independent of the station/elevation pairs, if the offset is zero then the invert of the link equals the invert of the upstream or downstream node (Bullet 3)
- The normalized tables are shown in the text report file (Bullet 4)
- If the node depth or rim elevation is lower than the depth of the transect the depth is increased internally in the engine (Bullet 5)
- If you only have one
transect for the culvert you can assign the same transect name to both the
upstream and downstream irregular links
Tuesday, October 7, 2014
Transects in InfoSWMM and SWMM5
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