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  1. Help Ribbon

    The Help Ribbon/Menu contains links to the Online help and Support as well as the About form. xpdrainage2018.1_help_ribbon.png xpdrainage 2017.3_help_options.png Help Ribbon Help Menu The Help options listed below can be access from the Help Ribbon, or via the drop down Help Menu in the top righ
  2. Welcome to XPDRAINAGE

    Getting started with xpdrainage If this is your first time opening xpdrainage, you will be presented with a welcome screen, which will act as a central starting point. From here you can choose to Start a new file, Open an existing file, or choose any of the help links. These can lead you to: xpdrainage Tutor
  3. Rated by Flow

    Allows the Captured flow for a given set of Approach flows to be specified as a table. xpdrainage2017.2_inlets_dialog_rated_by_flow.png Spreadsheet - Enter the required captured flow for the given approach flow. Flow Increments - The flow increment can be set by entering the required increment into the Flow I
  4. Level Controlled Pump

    s are similar to the standard Pump control except a Cut In and Cut Out heights are specified as well as its own performance curve. Level Control Pump: Specifications  xpdrainage 2017.3_level.png Invert Level - Enter the invert level for the pump. Cut In Height - Enter the depth from invert level that will st
  5. Pump

    Outlets allow a depth flow relationship to be entered in order to represent the performance curve of a pump. Pump: Specifications  xpdrainage 2017.3_pump.png Invert Level - The invert level of the control. Spreadsheet - Enter the required flow rate for each depth of water. Depth Increments - The depth increme
  6. Rainfall Manager

    The Rainfall Manager allows management of rainfall data, including building of new rainfalls, IDF profiles or Temporal Patterns which can be used with previously defined rainfalls.  Users can also save and load entire sets of rainfalls. Rainfall Manager requires that an instance of SQL Server LocalDB is installed on t
  7. Orifice

    Outlet allows an Orifice plate control to be modelled. The Orifice outlet uses an orifice fomula to calculate the flow when the orifice is surcharged. When the orifice is not surcharged, the flow through the orifice is calculated using a circular shaped weir formula. Orifice: Specification  xpdrainage 2017.3_orifi
  8. Flap Valve

    The Flap Valve works in the same way as an  Orifice except reverse flow is not allowed. xpdrainage 2017.3_flap_valve.png Section Pages Outlets Workflow - What's next...? xpdrainage_2016_workflow1.png Inflows connect to either  Junctions or  Stormwater controls  via  Inlets . Specify an   on these
  9. Filtration

    Control represents a flow through a filter bed. The following equation is used: XPD2015.v3-Filtration_Equation.png where Q = Discharge A = Area K = Permeability Coefficient / Safety Factor d = Filter depth h = Water depth Filtration: Specification   xpdrainage 2017.3_filtration.png Permeability Coef
  10. Harvest Flow

    Harvesting Flow Outlet is a type of a Fixed Flow control - the constant flow rate occurs when the water level exceeds the invert level.   Harvesting Flow: Specifications  xpdrainage 2017.3_harvesting_flow.png Invert Level - Enter level when flow will commence. Fixed Flow Rate - Enter the required consta