XPDrainage 2018.2

XPDrainage 2018.2 Highlights

  • HEC22 Inlet Options

    Automatically calculate inlet capacity using HEC22 Methodology from plan data, analysis results or manual flow entry. Preview gutter size and effectiveness in plan and cross-section view for ease of understanding.

    HEC22 Inlet Options
  • Simplified Modified Rational Method

    Available as a Static Analysis option to comply with a variety of US regional runoff requirements to use the Simplified Modified Rational Method triangular hydrograph approach.

  • Import / Export Text Files

    Save time building networks by communicating with more packages with a variety of text formats. Loads and saves data for Inflows, Junctions, Connections and Stormwater Controls.

  • Pipe Sizing for Minimal Excavation

    Updated Pipe Sizing routine to lay the flattest gradient pipes that meet required criteria will minimize excavation and reduce construction costs. In addition, automatically size to meet max velocity, size pipes downstream of flow controls and include backdrops – all with easily visible warnings summarized to aid engineering adjustments.

    Pipe Sizing for Minimal Excavation
  • Rainfall Viewer

    View and Export rainfall before or after analysis to check, edit and reuse rainfall generated in XPDrainage.

    Rainfall Viewer
  • Edit in Profile View

    Speed up network editing by using the Profile Summary Table to edit values and see live updates.

    Edit in Profile View
  • Update Levels from New Surface Data

    Avoid manual data entry by automatically updating cover levels when a new surface is loaded. With user entered data optionally maintained.

  • Compliance with US and UK Requirements

    • Rainfall IDF Table Supports NOAA ATLAS 14 File Format
      Comply with US Requirements to use the latest rainfall database.
    • FEH 2013 Support
      Comply with UK Requirements to use the latest rainfall database.