AutoCAD Civil 3D - Stormwater

AutoCAD Civil 3D - Stormwater

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Hydraflow

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01-17-2013 02:46 PM

I opened Hydraflow Sewer Extensions and created a project. I was able to save it and open repeatedly without problems. I opened open project dialogue window here I copied and renamed a copy of the project file. When I tried to open either the original file or the renamed version - Hydraglow shuts down. The project file has attached dxf file as abackground. (see attached). I hate to lose a day of data entering given my tight deadlines - any help would be greatly appreciated.

I run Civil 3d 2013 on Win 7 64 pro. I have attached file

Thank you.

Alex Gorodetsky, P.E.

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Re: Hydraflow

01-19-2013 10:03 AM in reply to: agorodetsk

I don't see the attachment? I thought I would just give it a try on my system.

Fred Ernst, PE
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Re: Hydraflow

01-20-2013 09:50 AM in reply to: fcernst

Thank you, but I just dumped a day of work and generated a new file. On another topic: Did you ever model a bolted manhole in Storm Sewers? I got an advice, though I  have not tried it yet, to set upa rim elevation high enough to keep the water from overflowing, which sounds kind of reasonable to me.

Any thoughts?

Thank you again.

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Re: Hydraflow

01-20-2013 09:55 AM in reply to: agorodetsk

10-4...

 

Not in Hydraflow, but yes in StormCAD I have in the past, to make sure uplift force will not be excessive on the manhole framework.

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