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Engineering 101: Manning’s Formula

Engineering 101: Manning’s Formula

Someone once said that the study of Hydrology and Hydraulics is one part art, the rest part voodoo.   Hydraulics is so much more an empirical study or relationship than pure voodoo.  I am glad I am not the only one out on a rainy day watching the water rise in the streams, channels and in [...]

Engineering 101: The FAA Equation – Time of Concentration

Engineering 101: The FAA Equation – Time of Concentration

Let us continue the Engineering 101 series of blog entries.  Over the past few months, we have seen few posts on some basic engineering tasks associated with the engineering study of hydrology.  I would like to make this a recurring series.  If you have any topics that you would like to be covered before, during [...]

Engineering 101: Precipitation

Engineering 101: Precipitation

A few months ago, I posted about the Rainfall Intensity and some of the information you will need to generate an intensity-duration-frequency curve.  I want to provide a little more rainfall data, including some links to precipitation data.

H&H with Civil 3D: February 9th, 2009

If you spend anytime in C3D and then in Storm Sewers or HEC-RAS, you owe it to yourself to come check out Monday’s EECast where we release our Pro Pack Hydro into the wild. Register here, and check out more information on the toolset here. See you Monday, have a great weekend!

Encore: Intro to ProPack Hydro

Don’t forget today’s (Monday, Dec 15th) EEcast is an encore presentation of the Intro to ProPack Hydro. Register at www.eng-eff.com/eecasts and join us at noon Eastern.

Missing Network Part List

Missing Network Part List

During my many conversations with people at Autodesk University 2008, a few people indicated that during a LandXML import, the network part list gets lost in translation.   I do recall losing the network part list once in a while, but editing the network properties always seems to work appropriately.

Reminders, Diversions, and a Request

Reminders, Diversions, and a Request

Been a fun, but busy week. Mark and I both were on class duty this week and I managed to teach from both Chicago and Dallas. Add in AU prep, and it’s been a wild one. Here’s some random snippets to go through the weekend on:

Engineering 101: Rainfall Intensity

Engineering 101: Rainfall Intensity

This morning while driving to work in a minor mist, I thought about and Twittered about posting a new blog entry here.  I have finally found the time.  Let us talk about the next 101 topic: Rainfall Intensity. Today’s intensity and the mud-pit that we are turning into a parking lot has me thinking about [...]

EECast: Autodesk Intelisolve Storm Sewer Extension

Join guest presenter and frequent civil3d.com contributor Matthew Anderson, PE CFM as he explains some of the features of the Autodesk Storm Sewer Extension (fka Intelisolve Hydraflow Storm Sewers).
The session will be held September 3, 12:00 to 1:00 PM (EDT) and will be recorded for future viewing.  There is no cost for this session, but preregistration is [...]

Engineering 101: Storm Design

Engineering 101: Storm Design

I have seen a number of questions on in the Discussion Group recently regarding the Hydraflow Storm Sewer Extension and the calculation that do not exactly meet expectations.  There have been some misunderstandings, and some assumptions.  While I am jumping over Intensity, I think this is time to talk about some calculation options because they [...]

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