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  • in reply to: Inflow / Outflow #988

    Tim Evans
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    Hi All,
    I must apologise, the initial post does perform as expected. The problem was at my end, setting my Q:D relationship on the Outflow link incorrectly.

    I hope this hasn’t caused any inconvenience for anyone and are happy for the forum editors to remove the later posts that could cause confusion.
    Tim

    in reply to: Inflow / Outflow #987

    Tim Evans
    Participant

    Further to the above, will an Inflow use Formula or Table to calculate D based on a Q from a hydrograph (hydrograph named in the identifier field) ?

    in reply to: Inflow / Outflow #986

    Tim Evans
    Participant

    Hi David,
    Thanks for your prompt reply.
    Unfortunately it did not work in the way I was hoping.
    The outflow reach creates the hydrograph as expected, and the Inflow uses this hydrograph as expected.
    Though I was hoping the outflow values produced (D) would be used as the upstream catchment flow (Q). Instead the Q from the outflow reach is also used as the Q for the inflow reach which I suppose in hindsight is expected.

    Essentially, I want to redirect a flow, up to a certain value (i.e. being the assumed pipe capacity) so piped flow goes one direction, remainder of the flow another direction.

    I also tried using a Formula and Table option for the Inflow maintaining the hydrograph identifier assuming it would continue to read the Q for purposes of calculating D (no luck)

    Any suggestions on how this is best handled would be appreciated.

    Tim

    in reply to: Units for Urban Smaller Projects #673

    Tim Evans
    Participant

    Hi David,
    Thank you for the prompt reply.
    I personally would be thinking areas will be in the 1000’s sqm. For example, say 10 small lots at 450 sqm each = 4500 sqm.
    Similarly reach lengths in meters

    Tim

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