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FHWA Hydraulic Toolbox Stream Section Import

FHWA Hydraulic Toolbox Stream Section Import

FHWA Hydraulic Toolbox Stream Section Import

(OP)
is there a way to enter a stream cross section into the channel analysis without manually defining in the cross section menu?
Import of TW file is referenced but no documentation is provided on HY 8 TW file format.
Any information is appreciated.

RE: FHWA Hydraulic Toolbox Stream Section Import

The format of an HY-8 TW file appears to be comma delimited ASCII with the following fields (no header):
Station, Elevation, Manning's n

RE: FHWA Hydraulic Toolbox Stream Section Import

(OP)
****UPDATE***
I did try creating a TW file based on the above mentioned format but still no results.
What I did find was if I cut and pasted from an excel file with the three fields, HY toolbox accepted the data.

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