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New definition of end-cap for Stormtech 4500

New definition of end-cap for Stormtech 4500

New definition of end-cap for Stormtech 4500

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In the latest release of HydroCAD, the storage capacity of the Stormtech 4500 end cap was increased. I'm duplicating an exising HydroCAD analysis and need to use the older, smaller, end cap size. Anybody know of something that I can rig to obtain the older end cap size?

***Found an answer for myself, in the HydroCAD "chambers" folder, edit the appropriate model (in my case, ADS 4500 without the "b"), and put in a comment "\\" indicator before "hidden=yes"

RE: New definition of end-cap for Stormtech 4500

You can display the older chamber definitions by selecting "Show all Chambers" on the Settings/General Screen. Just be cautious about using the older (outdated) chamber data.


Peter Smart
HydroCAD Software
www.hydrocad.net

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