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  1. Go

    The Go button launches an analysis of the Site (for all active Phase Management). Once selected GO will show a progress bar indicating the remaining duration of the analysis. xpdrainage2017.3_go.png Note: The site will be Validate prior to the analysis, any failures will be displayed and prevent analysis.
  2. Pollutant Removal Methods

    Pollutant Removal data is added via the Pollution tab of a Stormwater Control. xpdrainage 2017.3_pollutant_removal_methods.png There are two pollutant removal methods available in xpdrainage: Percentage Removal First Order Decay Section Pages Pollutants Workflow - What's next...? xpdrainage_20
  3. Trim Surface

    is used to define the boundary of the surface loaded in the  Surface Data form to remove information that is not necessary by the design. I.e. if a large LIDAR tile has been simply loaded and it only requires a certain part of it. xpdrainage 2017.3_trim_surface.png Draw a polygon The Drawing Mode tool XPD201
  4. Print

    Clicking the Print command in the File Menu displays a preview of the document, as well as the various options available when outputting to a printer or file. xpdrainage2017.3_print_preview.png Print Toolbar The toolbar in the Print Preview dialog offers users a convenient way to modify page setup and printer sele
  5. Pollution Concentration

    Pollutant Concentration is added on the Pollution tab of an Inflow. Runoff from each area can contain a concentration for each pollutant specified for the area type. Concentration is measured in mg/L, and does not vary in time in the inflow area. The default set of pollutants can be entered through the Pollutant
  6. Analysis Ribbon

    The Analysis Ribbon allows the analysis criteria to be specified and an analysis performed. xpdrainage2018.1_analysis_ribbon.png The different options are discussed within the sections listed below, please select one of these options for details. Criteria Analysis Criteria Outfalls Outfalls Analysis Val
  7. Analysis of Connections

    The following Connection Types are available in xpdrainage, each type is processed differently during the Analysis. Pipes and Channels When a pipe or channel is analysed its capacity is taken into account based on either the Manning Formula or Colebrook-White Formula using the bottom slope and the full section. Wat
  8. Hard Copy Headings

    The Hard Copy Headings dialog box provides users the option to specify the headings to be displayed at the top of each page when printing the model. xpdrainage2017.3_hard_copy_settings.png XPD2015.v3-Ribbon-Menu-File_Menu-Hard_Copy_Headings1.png The following elements can be customized in this dialog: Page Hea
  9. First Order Decay

    First order decay is a more complex method for analysing pollutant removal based on Exponential Decay. The method needs to act on the body of water in each stormwater control, rather than on the output. This method determines the percentage of pollutants removed depending on the amount of time taken for water to pass t
  10. Synchronise Manhole Invert Levels

    When working with large sites, it can often be tedious to make numerous minor checks and adjustments. The Synchronise Manholes option allows you to adjust the invert levels of the selected manholes to match that of their lowest connection (incoming or outgoing). The manhole cover levels will not be changed, and the dep