I have various SWM facilities that are outletting to stream valleys. These SWM facilities all have risers that then connect to a simple culvert or system with a single or double manhole before outletting adjacent to a stream. For these systems the tailwater is determined by the stream which is computed from a HEC-RAS model. So in the HydroCAD models the tailwater is set in a different model for each recurrence interval storm. The problem is the that tailwater is static throughout the 24-hour storm and the reviewer is not accepting this as an accurate model. Is there a way to enter a table of tailwater elevations for various discharges that way the tailwater is dynamic throughout the storm routing giving a more realistic model of the facility water surfaces and discharges.
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