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  1. Status Bar

    The Results status bar provides both the video controls and storm selection combo box and appears at the bottom of the application once results have been generated: XPD2015.v3-Results-Status_Bar.png Note that the results status bar controls will only be available when appropriate, i.e. the storm selection combo box i
  2. Phases Report

    The Phases Report allow the users to see the analysis results in a more analytical scope, introducing more dimensions to the results output. With that report the results can be filtered by various conditions: storms, inflows, junctions, stormwater controls, connections, pollutants, can be viewed grouped by phases, a
  3. Australian Rainfall and Runoff

    (ARR http://www.arr.org.au/) is a national guideline document for the estimation of design flood characteristics in Australia. It is published by Engineers Australia. The coefficients entered will describe the rainfall for a particular area of the country.   To determine the required values you can use the calculator o
  4. Junctions - Item Results

     shows a summary of how the selected  Stormwater Controls - SWC Junctions performed for the current storm/event as highlighted on the Storm Selector. Graphs xpdrainage 2017.3_jir_graph.png Provides 4 graphs showing different aspects of the result, each of which can be turned on and off as required. For more in
  5. FSR Rainfall

    xpdrainage supports two UK rainfall methodologies. The Flood Studies Report (FSR) was published in the mid-1970s and used rainfall from 1941 - 1970. The Flood Estimation Handbook (FEH) was published in 1999 and used rainfall from a dataset between 1961 - 1990. FEH has a more recent dataset and used a larger rainfall r
  6. Validate

    will check the current Site to ensure that all values are within suitable ranges. Validate will automatically be performed when the GO option is selected and can be manually selected from the Analysis Menu. xpdrainage2017.3_validate.png If there is any data input which is outside of acceptable ranges then a
  7. Rainfall Records

     allow the flexibility of analyzing unique hyetograph data and historical rainfall gauge data. Creating a set: A set of rainfall records is produced using the spreadsheet and buttons provided. Buttons Add Adds a new row to the table and displays the rainfall record form ready for the rainfall data to be ent
  8. Junctions Summary

    The Junctions Summary Results shows a summary of how each  Junctions in the current phase performed. xpdrainage2017.3_junctions_summary.png Filtering the Results When the All Items radio button is selected, the summary shows the maximum flow rates entering and leaving together with details of the volumes for eac
  9. Storm Durations

    Storm durations spreadsheet contains the initial default set of Storm durations that can be selected for the Australian Rainfall and Runoff, FSR Rainfall or FEH Rainfall with Run time values, which yield twice the duration. Use Tick the box to use the selected event (storm duration) in the analysis process. Duration
  10. Analysis

    The following flowchart describes the successive steps that happen during the analysis. The steps shown on the flowchart are repeated at each Analysis Interval for each Stormwater Control.   xpdrainage2018.2_analysis_flowchart.png    xpdrainage2018.2_analysis_train.png                        The Inflow Hydrograph