AutoCAD Civil 3D - Stormwater

AutoCAD Civil 3D - Stormwater

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Distinguished Contributor bf
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multiple systems in one plan

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08-09-2012 07:08 AM

I have 6 separate drainage systems, all with separate outfalls within a large area.  Will SSA run a project with multiple systems? 

To print a png, do I need to make a pdf first then convert?

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Re: multiple systems in one plan

08-09-2012 07:42 AM in reply to: bf

I do not have any stock in Snagit, but if you ever had this you would not leave home without it.

 

Anyway, I know of no reasons not to use PDF.  It is the BMPs that are atrociously large.  No ".doc" files either.

 

Now back to your question, I am not sure but I think you can.  Wait for Matt the SSA guru to show up or someone that is more experienced than me.

 

Bill

 

 

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Re: multiple systems in one plan

08-09-2012 08:07 AM in reply to: wfberry

Going to check out Snagit.  I hope I can run all at once.  Thanks for the reply.

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Re: multiple systems in one plan

08-09-2012 08:41 AM in reply to: bf

and here's the plan with additional sub-basins and outfalls to be added

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Re: multiple systems in one plan

08-10-2012 05:16 AM in reply to: bf

Yes, SSA is capable of handling multiple systems with multiple outfalls.

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