Project/ Gutter / Gutter/ Data¶
Figure: Gutter and gutter data
Table: Context menu items and functions for gutters
|Context menu items||function|
|valid||Set the enable/disable of downsputter and gutter data.|
|Continue to define gutters and gutters||Continue to create definitions for gutter and gutter data.|
|Editing gutters and gutters||Edit the gutter and gutter data.|
|Cross-sectional view display||Displays a cross-sectional view of the gutter and gutter data.|
|Aggregation of overflow flow||Overflow flow rate is aggregated from gutter and gutter data.|
|Delete this gutter||Delete the gutter data.|
Enable/Disable. If enabled, a check is displayed.
Continue to define gutters and gutters¶
It is created from the continuation of the final point of the created gutter / gutter line segment.
For the operation method, refer to Project / Fushi / Gutter / Creating a new gutter / Gutter.
Editing gutters and gutters¶
When you select a menu, vertices are displayed.
Figure: Editing gutters and gutters.
Table: Editing and operation of gutters
Editing operation migration Select a vertex and move it with mouse drag. addition Click on the line to add a vertex. deletion [Ctrl] Hold down the key and click a vertex to delete the vertex.
To revert to the previous state, [Revert] select Edit menu .
To cancel editing,[Esc] press the key.
[Enter] Press the key to confirm your edits.
Cross-sectional view display¶
When you select the menu, a cross-sectional view appears below the map.
You can check the elevation of the cross-section and longitudinality, and check the simulated water level and flow rate.
In addition, cross-sectional and longitudinal information of simulation results can be exported.
Figure: Cross-sectional view
Table: Export Simulation for Section View Menu and Output
|Export Menu||Output content|
|Output section data||The displayed cross-sectional information "time (s)", "water level (m)", "water depth (m)", "flow rate (m^3/s)", "flow velocity (m/s)", and "overflow state" are output.|
|Output profile data||Distance marker (m), water level (m), water depth (m), flow rate (m^3/s), flow velocity (m/s), and overflow state are output at the displayed time.|
|Output of cross-sectional data||Cross-sectional information at all times, "distance marker (m)", "water level (m)", "water depth (m)", "flow rate (m^3/s)", "flow velocity (m/s)", and "overflow state" are output.|
|Output of profile data (maximum value)||Maximum value information for each cross-section, "Maximum water level (m)", "Maximum water level generation time (S)", "Maximum flow rate (m^3/s)", and "Maximum flow generation time (s)" are output.|
Aggregation of overflow flow¶
When you select a menu, a [Aggregation of overflow flow] dialog appears. When you specify each item [OK] and click the button, the summary result is output.
Figure: Overflow summary dialog
Table: Item names and output contents of the Aggregate Flow Overflow dialog
|Item Name||Output content|
|Output File Name||Set the output destination. The initial output destination is the project folder.
In addition, the file name is "default.《Name of gutter》.overflow.csv".
|direction||Set the direction to be aggregated, "Left Bank" or "Right Bank".
The default value is "Left Bank".
|Distance marker range||Set the range of distance markers to be aggregated.
The default value is the entire interval.
Delete this gutter¶
When you select the menu, a confirmation message appears. [Yes] Click the button to delete this gutter data.
Figure: Removing gutters and gutters.