I am using HydroCAD to model a catch basin with two inlets and two outlets and am having trouble figuring out how to go about it. The two inlets are a rectangular orifice to control the flow of the 10-year storm and a top grate to allow the 25-,50-, and 100-year storms to enter the catch basin. The two outlets are an orifice flowing out into an infiltration trench from the bottom of the catch basin and an elliptical pipe flowing out of the catch basin.
The catch basin is on the downslope side of a detention basin. Do I need to create a new node for my catch basin, or can I add data to the detention basin node?
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