Phase Management - Summary Results shows details of the Inflow/Outflow Rates, Volumes and Pollutants for the current phase and for the current storm/event as highlighted on the Storm Selector (in the Status Bar). This form can be used to get a better idea of how the Site is performing as a whole, especially with regards to pollution reduction.


Inflow values are taken from all of the contributing Inflows.

Outflow values are taken from all of the Outfalls.


Phase Results

Shows:

  • in the first row the total system results including Volume In, Volume Out, Max Inflow and Max Outflow for the current phase
  • each subsequent row shows the max outflow (Max Outflow) and total discharge volume (Volume Out column) lost through the Outfalls for each Junction, Manhole or SWC node (those nodes that do not have or are not an outfall themselves are not shown). Note that the total Volume Out column is the sum of the discharge volume listed for each outfall node.


The information is shown to a default number of decimal places, based on the unit. If you want to see more or less decimal places, you can select Increment Decimal or Decrement Decimal from the right click menu. This setting will not be saved between sessions.


Graphs

Provides 3 graphs showing different aspects of the total system result, each of which can be turned on and off as required. For more information, see the Graph Tools page.

Flows - shows the Inflows and Outflows into/from the Phase against time.

Volumes - Shows the Resident and Lost volume(s) in/from the Phase against time.

Pollution - Shows the Pollutant concentrations in the Phase against time.

Output Interval

The output interval comes from the value selected in the  Analysis Criteria. The results are averaged over the output interval period, for example if the Output Interval is 5 minutes and the Analysis Interval is 1 minute, the results calculated for the 1 - 5 minutes intervals are averaged to produce the 5 minutes result.


Pollution

Provides a break down of the Pollutant loads entering and leaving the total system as well as details of the Concentrations.