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Delineation | Characterization | Peak Flows
Drain Line Tolerance (feet):
< Enter a value
Generate Flow Report
Please select the watershed to report on by clicking on the desired watershed polygon.
Control Section Job Number:
Highway Name & Crossing:
Cross-Section Feature Editor
:Selection ____________________ Count:
No Flow Path Data
No Watershed Data
Cross-Section Geoprocessor | SDF Converter
Input Features: __________________________ Count:
Cross-Section Analysis Results
GIS to CAD Converter
Step 1 - The 'Watershed Delineation | Characterization | Peak Flows' dialog allows you to setup multiple watersheds for analysis. Click the top lefthand Watershed tool button, shown above, to begin a new process. The Project Point plotter button activates the mouse cursor, then the tolerance must be set in order to analyze accurate results.
Step 2 - The 'Generate Flow Report' dialog requires that you select a watershed delineated on the map and enter its identifying information, before a report web page can be generated. A Flow Report for each delineated watershed may be produced, following this process.
Step 3 - The 'Feature Editor' requires at least one watershed and flow path delineated on the map, before allowing the user to add or remove banks and cross-section (cutline) polylines. Press the corresponding buttons to begin (or resume) adding features. You must check the 'Select' box for each set of features you wish to commit for processing, or to remove entirely. Use the clear link to erase current lines not yet commited for processing.
Step 4 - The '3D Cross-Section Geoprocessor and SDF Converter' requires that you select a watershed from the dropdown list to correctly identify the watershed in which to perform the cross-section analysis. This is necessary for packaging of output DGN files in the next step. Be sure to verify the feature count of banks and cutlines to be processed; the feature count for watersheds and flow paths is just a total summation of each. Only one watershed of cross-section analyses is performed per execution of this tool. Download the analysis results from the link provided after tool execution.
Step 5 - The 'GIS to CAD' exporter tool allows you to export the watershed results to DGN_V8 format only. Be sure to wait for each download link to appear for all watersheds you have produced in the current task. To start over with the Watershed workflow, click the top lefthand Watershed tool button.
Enter Buffer Distance
Choose State Plane Coordinate System
State Plane Zone 4201 – North
State Plane Zone 4202 – North Central
State Plane Zone 4203 – Central
State Plane Zone 4204 – South Central
State Plane Zone 4205 – South
Enter Surface Adjustment Factor