HEC-RAS 3.0 Input Data and Demo

HEC-RAS 3.0 Input Data and Demo

HEC-RAS 3.0 Input Data and Demo Presented By: Kevin Donnelly HEC-RAS Data Requirements Cross

Section Geometry and Characteristics Bridge and Culvert Information Steady or Unsteady Flow Data Plan Information Cross Section Geometry and Characteristics

Import UNET cross section data into RAS Cross Section Geometry and Characteristics

Export data to GIS using a modified version of the procedure developed by former graduate student, Eric Tate (Learn more during project final presentation) Aligns cross sections with known points (ex. bridges) Alignment and location was based upon Halff Associates location map

Cross Section Geometry and Characteristics Combine with 2-foot

contour data and a 30meter DEM erasing overlapping data Generate a TIN (Triangular Irregular Network) creating a 3-D surface Cross Section Geometry and Characteristics

Cross Section Geometry and Characteristics Recut Cross Sections Using Geo-RAS Import Cross Sections Into HEC-RAS

Unsteady Flow Data Import data from HEC-DSS file format DSS file generated from LCRA Hydromet and gauge data Four gauges used to set flow and stage

boundary conditions at downstream and all upstream locations Modeled heavy rain that occurred the first two weeks of November 2000 Unsteady Flow Data

Recently Viewed Presentations

  • Lessons 7 & 8: Wonka Two Ways - Avon Schools

    Lessons 7 & 8: Wonka Two Ways - Avon Schools

    Lessons 7 & 8: Wonka Two Ways. ... Examine the mood and tone in the excerpt from "The Gift of the Magi". Identify parts of the text that display mood, and parts that display tone. ... As you read, make...
  • Water Allocation Committee Watauga River Basin Water Resources

    Water Allocation Committee Watauga River Basin Water Resources

    Basin plans shall provide that all point and nonpoint sources of pollutants jointly share responsibility in reducing pollutants in the State's waters [ยง143-215.8B(b)(1)] Basin plans should also include information about all transfers in and out of the basin as required...
  • AIM for Literacy

    AIM for Literacy

    The whole group should then discuss. * Slide 14: Participants will have his or her book for this slide. In the Carnegie Corporation of New York and the Alliance for Excellent Education, Biancarosa and Snow (2004) suggested 15 elements that...
  • This week in the physics course  Lectures will

    This week in the physics course Lectures will

    are available on Blackboard. Tutorial class . will practise problems from last week's lectures on . Chapter . 16 (Temperature and Heat) Physics help available in . MASH centre (Chris Blake, Tues 10.30-12.30 and Wayne Rowlands Thurs 2.30-4.30) Don't hesitate...
  • Overview - Cabarrus County Schools

    Overview - Cabarrus County Schools

    On the PAGE LAYOUT tab, in the Themes group, click Effects. Theme effects are sets of lines and fill effects. Theme effects are sets of lines and fill effects. Hovering your mouse over the effects will show subtle changes in...
  • Career Plan Development Module Lesson 2

    Career Plan Development Module Lesson 2

    You tell her that this assessment is fun. She does not need to worry about reading, writing or math. In fact, she simply needs to think about what she enjoys doing and answer the questions based on her personal preferences....
  • Discrete Mathematics Math 6A

    Discrete Mathematics Math 6A

    (True proposition) b) Mianmi is the capital of Florida (False proposition Tallahassee is the capital) c) 2+3=5 (True) d) 5+7=10 (False) e) x+2 = 11 (not a proposition) f) Answer this question (not a proposition; since it does not assert...
  • ARRL Logbook of the World - PART of Westford

    ARRL Logbook of the World - PART of Westford

    Your email does not need to have anything in the subject line or in the body of the email. You will receive an email confirmation message. Some logging programs (i.e. DXKeeper the logging portion of DX Lab Suite) let you...