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Open the file XPD_US_Advanced_Tutorial_Start.xpdx or continue working from your previous file.
Items can be added to the plan and connected individually, or drawn as a connected Treatment Train using the Add Train tool in the Build menu. The former approach, adding items individually, will be used here. The treatment train begins with the Inflow Area of the Developed Area that drains to a Bioretention Stormwater Control (SWC), from here the site runoff is conveyed to a Dry Pond.
Select the Inflow Area - Dev.dwg file from the Tutorial Files folder. Click Next.
Move the pointer to the location on the site where the SWC will be installed and use the left mouse button to draw the outline of the Raingarden (similar to the outline shown in the figure below). When you are done drawing the polygon, use the right mouse button to end the drawing action.
Right-click the northern edge of Raingarden (where the under drain will exit the SWC and connect to adjacent MH) and select Add Connection, choose the Standard Pipe template. Then left-click the adjacent Manhole.
You can continue clicking to connect the manholes and then connect into the Dry Pond.Then add a Standard Pipe between the northern MH and the side of the Dry Pond SWC. The result should look as shown.
We currently only have the underdrain from the Raingarden SWC outfalling into a 12 inch pipe and into the adjacent MH. We need to specify the high flow bypass weir for this facility. Close the Profile view.
Note: You can turn off labels on Plan using the Display Settings.
Click to select the Raingarden stormwater control. Right-click the north eastern side of the SWC and select Add Connection. This time, select Bypass Trapezoidal Channel. When you connect this to the adjacent MH, you will see inlet options for the manhole. Either the existing inlet or a new inlet can be selected. As we are not restricting inflow into this MH from either connecting pipe, we can select the existing inlet. Press the Esc key to end drawing connections.
Further information about the Analysis Criteria dialog and the Rainfall Manager can be found on the Help topic Analysis Criteria.