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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

  1. 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.
  2. To revert to the previous state, [Revert] select Edit menu .

  3. To cancel editing,[Esc] press the key.

  4. [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.

Last update: 2023-03-20