AutoCAD Civil 3D - Stormwater

AutoCAD Civil 3D - Stormwater

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niranjan61
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Hydraflow Storm Sewers - 2008

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11-06-2008 09:34 AM
We are running Hydraflow Storm Sewers - 2008,
My co-worker designed storm sewer system using this version and printed report. Now I need to print/export results into different format per city requirements. To print report this program must re-run, it seems that it is almost impossible to get same results out from the same file? having several options to run, it is even more difficult. I wonder why the saved file do not save run information and results? How do i get same results from saved file? Recently we installed AutoCAD civil3d and it does same thing. I tried to upload file, but getting error, even after chnaging file .stm file ext to .txt
*Matt.Anderson
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Re: Hydraflow Storm Sewers - 2008

11-06-2008 08:17 PM in reply to: niranjan61
What calculation method did you use? Is your pipe travel time correct?
Is your pipe velocity high?

Feel free to email the file to me - anderson at jaseng dot com and I
will take a look.

Matthew Anderson, PE



niranjan61 wrote:
> We are running Hydraflow Storm Sewers - 2008, My co-worker designed
> storm sewer system using this version and printed report. Now I need
> to print/export results into different format per city requirements.
> To print report this program must re-run, it seems that it is almost
> impossible to get same results out from the same file? having several
> options to run, it is even more difficult. I wonder why the saved file
> do not save run information and results? How do i get same results
> from saved file? Recently we installed AutoCAD civil3d and it does
> same thing. I tried to upload file, but getting error, even after
> chnaging file .stm file ext to .txt
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