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1.1.5FHWA DOT Bridge Scour Analysis and Reporting
1.1.8River Scenario Analyzer
CHAPTER 2
2.1.1Background Information
2.2Application Basics
2.2.1Moving, Modifying, and Deleting Entities
2.3Application Tools
2.3.1Selecting and Viewing Cross Sections
2.3.2Viewing the Extents of a River Reach
2.3.3Viewing a Profile View
2.3.4Hydraulic Calculator
2.4.2Adding a New River Reach
2.4.3Reassigning Cross Sections
2.4.4Deleting a River Reach
2.4.5Editing a River Reach
2.4.6Moving the River Reach ID Marker
2.4.7Selecting a River Reach
2.4.8Zooming to a River Reach
2.5Cross Section Views
2.5.1Creating a Cross Section View
2.5.2Copying a Cross Section View
2.5.3Deleting a Cross Section View
2.5.4Editing a Cross Section View
2.5.5Renumbering Cross Sections
2.5.6Selecting and Viewing Cross Sections
2.5.6.2Zooming to a Cross Section
2.5.6.3Viewing a Cross Section on a Surface
2.5.6.4Viewing Cross Section Analysis Results
2.5.6.5Viewing Previous and Next Cross Section Views
2.5.7Resizing a Cross Section View
2.6Defining Cross Section Geometry
2.6.1Cutting Sections from a 3D Surface
2.6.2Cutting Sections from a 2D Surface
2.6.3Cutting a Section from a Polyline
2.6.4Creating Sections from Imported Data
2.6.5Editing Cross Section Geometry
2.6.6Adjusting Cross Section Geometry
2.6.7Reducing Cross Section Points
2.6.8Tracing a Cross Section Cut Line on a Surface
2.6.9Moving a Cross Section Cut Line
2.6.10Rotating a Cross Section Cut Line
2.6.11Recutting a Cross Section
2.6.12Graphical Adjustment of Ground Geometry
2.7Automated Data Extraction Methods
2.7.1Cutting Cross Sections Automatically
2.7.2Assigning Bank Stations and Reach Lengths
2.7.3Assigning Manning’s Roughness
2.7.4Assigning Ineffective Flow Areas
2.7.6Assigning Conveyance Obstructions
2.8.1Entering Data Interactively
2.8.2Graphical Editing using Grips
2.8.3Importing Existing HEC-RAS Files
2.8.4Importing an Existing HEC-2 Data File
2.8.5Importing Survey Cross Section Data
2.8.6Data Entry Checking
2.9.1Defining Analysis Options
2.9.2Performing a HEC-RAS Analysis
2.9.4Exporting a HEC-RAS Project
2.10Displaying Analysis Results
2.10.1River Scenario Analyzer
2.10.1.8Outputting Summary Results
2.10.1.10Reloading the Analysis Results
2.10.2Displaying Cross Section Results
2.10.3Displaying Profile Results
2.10.3.2Displaying Profile Results
2.10.3.3Creating Multiple Profile Views
2.10.3.6Refreshing Profile View Data
2.10.3.7Panning and Zooming to a Profile View
2.10.4Displaying Floodplain Map Results
2.10.4.1Floodplain Mapping Options
2.10.4.2Intersected Edge of Water Option
2.10.4.3Straight Line Edge of Water Option
2.10.4.4Floodplain Mapping Problems
2.10.4.5Removing the Floodplain Mapping Results
2.10.5Tracking Elevations and Depths
2.11.1Bridge Scour Calculator
2.11.5Scour Analysis Results
2.11.6Bridge Scour Prevention
2.12Program Configuration
2.12.1Configure Cross Section Views
2.12.2Configure Elevation Sources
2.12.3Configure Profile Views
2.12.4Configure Topographical Map
2.12.5Configure Elevation Precision
2.12.6Saving Configuration Settings
CHAPTER 3
3.3.2Ineffective Flow Area Description
3.3.3Conveyance Obstruction Description
3.3.5Profile Adjustments Description
3.4Defining Bridge and Culvert Openings
3.5Defining the Bridge Low Chord Geometry
3.5.1Direct Editing Input Method
3.5.2Screen Cross Section Input Method
3.5.3Graphical Adjustment of Low Chord Geometry
3.7.1Bridge Computation Methodology
3.7.5Bridge Abutment Description
3.8Defining the Roadway Geometry
3.8.1Inputting Roadway Geometry Directly
3.8.2Inputting Roadway Geometry Graphically
3.8.3Graphical Adjustment of Roadway Geometry
3.9Roadway Overflow Parameters
3.10.3Defining Contraction Scour Data
3.10.5Defining Abutment Scour Data
3.11Inline Weirs and Gated Spillways
3.11.1Defining the Spillway Structure
3.11.2Defining an Inline Weir Structure
3.11.3Drawing the Inline Weir Geometry
3.11.4Defining a Gated Spillway
3.11.5Defining a Gated Spillway Gate Opening
3.12.1Encroachment Method 1
3.12.2Encroachment Method 2
3.12.3Encroachment Method 3
3.12.4Encroachment Method 4
3.12.5Encroachment Method 5
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