Saturday, November 13, 2010

Weirs in InfoSWMM and SWMM 5

Subject: Weirs in InfoSWMM and SWMM 5
Figure 1 shows the relationship between the weir input data and the upstream and downstream nodes.
· Height,
· Crest and
· Node Invert Elevation
There are four types of weirs and if the weir becomes submerged downstream the Villemonte weir submergence correction is applied (Figure 2). You can have flow reversal across the weir unless you use a Flap Gate for the weir (Figure 3).


Figure 1: Definition of Weir Terms

Figure 2: Villemonte Weir Submergence Correction

Figure 3: Flow Reversal in a Weir

Weirs in InfoSWMM and SWMM5

by dickinsonre

Weirs in InfoSWMM and SWMM5

Subject: Weirs in InfoSWMM
 Figure 1 shows the relationship between the weir input data and the upstream and  downstream nodes.
·         Height,
·         Crest and
·         Node Invert Elevation
 There are four types of weirs and if the weir becomes submerged downstream the Villemonte weir submergence correction is applied (Figure 2).  You can have flow reversal across the weir unless you use a Flap Gate for the weir (Figure 3). 

Figure 1:  Definition of Weir Terms
Figure 2: Villemonte Weir Submergence Correction
Figure 3:  Flow Reversal in a Weir

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