The following rating curves and tables can be printed: Inlet control headwater is determined using the equations set forth in Hydraulic Design Series No. The program always sets the headwater depth as the higher of the calculated inlet control or outlet control headwater. Skip to content Ontario.
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The setup program is self -explanatory and takes approximately minutes. The culvert sizes used by the program for calculations are standard imperial sizes even when metric units have been chosen. This can only be seen by using print preview or by actually printing off the form. A limited culvertmasteg of culvert sizes and materials are provided with the model.
The rational coefficients and Runoff Curve Numbers given in the User's Guide are for urban areas only. Using the program Installing: Outlet control headwater is determined using the direct step or standard step method to solve the energy equation. File Management Output Options Functionality: A basic knowledge of culvert hydraulics and hydrology is required to interpret results and to ensure the calculation methods used in the program are applicable to the scenario being modelled.
This model conducts all calculations in imperical units regardless of the unit type selected by the user. This section provides some guidance to designers, analyst and reviewers on the type of information and minimum requirements for reporting the results of a CulvertMaster analysis. There is a small conversion error associated with this process, however it is insignificant.
The controlling headwater depth is given as the higher of inlet control or outlet control headwater.
Appropriate values should be input by the user or the material. The report should include both tabular and graphical output showing the headwater vs flow rate as minimum for each culvert analyzed.
Design and analysis tutorials show the basic features of the program and provide enough information to get started.
CulvertMaster builds on the input you have on hand, providing you with any unknown design variable such as headwater depth, discharge, or culvert size. On line help is easy to use, is often context sensitive and provides detailed culvertmastrr on using the program and theories and equations used.
Instructions on how to add items are located within the file itself. This by no means should be considered a comprehensive list of the information included in a drainage report. From simple, single culvert sections to complex, multi-barrel culverts with roadway overtopping, CulvertMaster helps you evaluate existing culverts and compare numerous design options with ease.
PondPack Effectively analyze and design detention and retention facilities, outlet structures, and channels. WaterCAD WaterCAD is an easy-to-use hydraulic culvertmater application for the analysis, design, and operation of water distribution systems. Tabular and Graphical Output The report should include both tabular and graphical output showing the headwater vs flow rate as minimum for each culvert analyzed.
Water Project Showcase Showcase View. Tailwater elevation can either be entered directly or can be calculated by the program assuming normal depth in the downstream channel. Culvert Hydraulic Analysis and Design Software You can effectively analyze existing culverts and design new ones, from simple barrel crossings to complex embankment cross-drain systems, with different shapes and sizes, special tailwater considerations, and roadway overtopping considering watershed data, culvert characteristics, and even weir geometry.
A summary of out results and the requirements for using this software for MTO design, analysis or approvals is provided.
Culvert Design and Hydraulics Analysis Software - CulvertMaster
A summary of input parameters needs to be provided. Capabilities Design and analyze culverts Select from a library of standard culvert shapes, materials, and entrance conditions, then compute culvert headwater and tailwater elevations using calculation methodologies outlined in Hydraulic Design Series Number 5 from the U. TBL and rainfall equation files. For example a mm X mm box culvert would be analyzed as a 8'X 4'.
General Considerations The following notes should be considered as appropriate when using this program culvertmatser MTO projects or projects requiring approval by MTO. The data requirements are generally equivalent to what is needed to perform the calculations by hand, however some data is calculated automatically.
Rainfall Data can be input as IDF curve equations or tables. To obtain this list go to the material. Make sure to save this file to the CulvertMaster directory on your computer.