I did a search of the site before posting and it seemed like most of the HEC-RAS Dam Breach discussions were from years back. I recently spent a lot of time getting up to speed and creating a Dam Breach Analysis with version 6.2. My model uses a storage area for the lake and a 2D model downstream. It seemed to work really well but the output options are not as detailed as I would have thought. Is there a "standard" method starting to appear in the industry? I'm in North Carolina and dam safety is started to require inundation maps using HEC-RAS and being signed by a PE....and that is about all of the guidance there appears to be.
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