Hi

 

Does anyone know, if SWMM5 plots stacked on top of one another (like in GIRONÁS et al., 2009, p. 132), automatically, or one must do it manually?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Valter Albino.

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  • Thank you, dear Bob Dickinson, i appreciate your explanation.

  • Good morning dear Bob Dickinson

     

    It is a profile plot file with de HGL, betwen two nodes and two links.
    I attached it; it is from worked example 7 - dual drainage (tutorial of SWMM5)3293140255?profile=RESIZE_1024x1024.

    • The correct SWMM file is attached.

      • I hope this is what you want:

        1. Make Two HGL plot is SWMM5 using the Long Section Plot Icon

        2. Use the Windows Command Tile and the two Windows should be on top of each other

        3293140463?profile=RESIZE_1024x1024

  • How does that particular image look?  Can you attach an image,  you can grow multiple locations in SWMM 5 for the same variable - is this what you intended?

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