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Multiple Pipes

Multiple Pipes

Multiple Pipes

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How would someone model 3 pipes side by side to be used for a road crossing over a small creek? I'm looking at using (3) 36 inch pipes. Do I just create 1 pipe and then change the discharge multiplier?

RE: Multiple Pipes

Is this a question concerning HydroCAD? If so, please post in the HydroCAD or Storm/Flood forums. And yes, you can use the discharge multiplier for that purpose. Click help for details...




Peter Smart
HydroCAD Software
www.hydrocad.net

RE: Multiple Pipes

Don't forget to model the debris piling up at the inlets during severe storm events!

Seriously, whoever has to maintain this would probably thank you for a small box culvert.

My glass has a v/c ratio of 0.5

Maybe the tyranny of Murphy is the penalty for hubris. - http://xkcd.com/319/

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