What's New - xpdrainage 2018v1

 

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Preliminary Pipe Sizing. Step more easily through the steps needed to complete the preliminary pipe sizing part of your stormwater design. Use this as the first step to sizing before running full analysis. Or stop here and submit your pipe sizing report for approval.

Initial Sizing Ribbon. Find all the tools for your preliminary pipe sizing in one place to save time navigating between different parts of the software.

Pipe Sizing Wizard. Step through setting up Pipe Sizing Criteria, reviewing proposed changes and producing a full Pipe Sizing Report quickly and easily.

More Pipe Sizing Options. To reduce the number of manual changes needed minimum and maximum gradients for different pipe sizes and fixed slopes have been added to the sizing options.

Pipe Sizing Report. Quickly view and output rational method pipe sizing reports in standard HEC-22 format or customizable, reusable layouts to meet local requirements.

IDF Table. Now set up multiple return periods / average recurrence interval IDF tables instead of individual rainfall collections. Use our pre-populated templates for NOAA Atlas 14, KOSTRA 2000 and KOSTRA 2010 IDF Data or create, save and re-use custom templates for your region.

Extended Preliminary Sizing Options. Setup separate preliminary sizing (rational method) and dynamic analysis options in the same catchment areas to take account of different methodologies available.

NEW Chamber Stormwater Control. Quickly layout Arch, Circular and Rectangular chambers or create and reuse custom chambers for stormwater storage. Visually see them laid out on plan with export to CAD and GIS options available.

Rational Method Cv Calculator. Using widely used tables of suggested runoff coefficients this built in calculator speeds up defining catchment characteristics. Local guidelines may differ from the calculator values and where values differ the locally recommended values should be used.

Seasonal Cv Values. Required in the UK by the Wallingford Procedure with FSR and FEH rainfall methods, summer and winter Cv values can be used to enable one simulation to run all storms required for design.

Additional Pipe Roughness. Now choose between Colebrook-White pipe roughness coefficient or Manning’s n values to suit your local guidelines and requirements.


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