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RDII or Tri Triangular Unit Hydrograph in InfoSewer


RDII or Tri Triangular Unit Hydrograph in InfoSewer

The RDII or Rainfall Dependent Infiltration Inflow method in InfoSewer is similar to the RDII or RTK method in InfoSWMM and InfoWorks ICM but with some differences. The RTK data for triangles 1, 2 and 3 are defined in the Unit Hydrograph but instead of individual R values, the overall R is set and the Percent R1, R2 and R3 are defined based on the total R. R3 is calculated internally as 100 – R1 – R2. Each loading manhole with RDII flow has a total area, a hyetograph and a Unit Hydrograph. The hyetograph has to be set at multiples of the unit hydrograph, so you can define the time or X columns with integers and then use the Block Edit command to change X to minutes by multiplying by the Unit Hydrograph time (Figure 1). You can use only one component if you set R1 or R2 to 100 percent or R3 to 100 percent by setting R1 and R2 to 0 percent (Figure 2). The overall area of the Unit Hydrograph is divided amongst the loading manhole using the Subbasin Area (Figure 3). The storm flows generated can be viewed using a Group Graph (Figure 4) and the area of the loading manholes has a relationship to to the total area of the defined unit hydrograph (Figure 5).

Figure 1. Hyetograph Curve for the RDII Unit Hydrograph

Figure 2. The Unit Hydrograph is defined for various values of R, R1, R2, T1, T2, T3, K1, K2 and K3

Figure 3. The-Unit-Hydrograph-and-Hyetograph-are-tied-to-a-particular-loading-manhole-using-a-Subbasin-Area

Figure 4. The Unit Hydrographs that are generated can be viewed using a Group loading Manhole Graph. The R1, R2 and R3 have only one triangle

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