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Arch Bridge Culvert

Arch Bridge Culvert

Arch Bridge Culvert

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I have a small bridge replacement project that I have to get permitted and I'm trying to model an arch bridge culvert and I'm not having any luck. How do I model this to see what my flows would be through the culvert compared to the existing opening?

RE: Arch Bridge Culvert

HY-8?

Hydrology, Drainage Analysis, Flood Studies, and Complex Stormwater Litigation for Atlanta and the South East - http://www.campbellcivil.com

RE: Arch Bridge Culvert

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HY-9

RE: Arch Bridge Culvert

Presumably you would model the bridge using the old and new geometry, and compare the results.

If you're asking specifically about HydroCAD, please note that arch-shaped culverts were added in HydroCAD-10. For details see www.hydrocad.net/pipes.htm

Peter Smart
HydroCAD Software
www.hydrocad.net

RE: Arch Bridge Culvert

smk2,respectfully what's HY-9?

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