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Warning 81 Help

Warning 81 Help

Warning 81 Help

(OP)
I've been receiving the warning {node} Exceeded Pond x by x.x' @ x.x hrs
For my project specifically I've gotten Warning: Pond 7P Exceeded Pond 4P by 11.12' @ 11.90 hrs. Is there anything I can do for this? I've gone through the forums and messages and haven't found a way lower this. The location of this error and a similar one is located between two bioretention along a steep slope.
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RE: Warning 81 Help

In short, you have a tailwater condition that requires a tailwater-sensitive routing procedure.

Please click the warning message for complete details and recommendations, or see www.hydrocad.net/tailwater.htm

Peter Smart
HydroCAD Software
www.hydrocad.net

RE: Warning 81 Help

(OP)
Unfortunately, I've tried all of these solutions and still hitting a wall. I've now tried setting the tailwater around those nodes and nothing has changed. Are there any alternatives?

RE: Warning 81 Help

I suspect you have the pond outlets configured incorrectly. Please post the HydroCAD file or send it to HydroCAD support.

Peter Smart
HydroCAD Software
www.hydrocad.net

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