I'm confussed as to how to model a buried perforated pipe that is capturing and discharging water. For the storage portion I have embedded the 12" pipe in stone and now am trying to set the discharge parameters for the pipe. Do I use the orifice routed to the 12" pipe for the perforations? If so,how do you set it up? Assume that the perf. diam. of 0.3 in with 6 holes every 2". The entire pipe length is approximately 200'.
Thanks for your help.
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