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Rock Chute Design Data
(Version WI-July-2010, Based on Design of Rock Chutes by Robinson, Rice, Kadavy, ASAE, 1998) Project: Sample project County: anywhere Designer: sam Checked by: Date: June 24, 2006 Date:

Input Geometry:
Chute Bw = 50.0 ft. Factor of safety = 1.20 (Fs) Side slopes = 2.0 (m:1) Bed slope (4:1) = 0.250 ft./ft Note: n value = a) velocity n from waterway program Freeboard = 0.5 ft. or b) computed mannings n for channel Outlet apron depth, d = 1.0 ft. Apron elev. --- Inlet =100.0 ft. ------- Outlet 91.0 ft. --- (Hdrop = 8 ft.)
Q high = Runoff from design storm capacity from Table 2, FOTG Standard 410 Q 5 = Runofff from a 5-year,24-hour storm.

Upstream Channel Bw = 25.0 ft. Side slopes = 4.0 (m:1) Velocity n-value = 0.080 Bed slope = 0.0200 ft./ft.

1.2 Min 2.0:1 max. 3.0:1 max.

Downstream Channel Bw = 20.0 ft. Side slopes = 4.0 (m:1) Velocity n-value = 0.040 Bed slope = 0.0100 ft./ft. Base flow = 0.0 cfs

Design Storm Data (Table 2, FOTG, WI-NRCS Grade Stabilization Structure No. 410):
Note : The total required capacity is routed through the chute (principal spillway) or in combination with an auxiliary spillway. 0.25 1.20 Input tailwater (Tw) : Tw (ft.) = Program Tw (ft.) = Program
Notes: 1) Output given as High Flow (Low Flow) values. hcv = 0.24 ft. (0.16 ft.) Hce = 0.73 ft. 0.715yc = 0.35 ft. Hp = 0.05 ft. Inlet (0.05 ft.) yc = 0.49 ft. Channel (0.31 ft.) Slope = 0.02 ft./ft. Inlet Apron 1 yn = 1.22 ft. 10yc = 5 ft. 2) Tailwater depth plus d must be at or above the hydraulic jump height for the chute to function. 3) Critical depth occurs 2yc - 4yc upstream of crest. 4) Use WI Const. Spec. 13, Class I non-woven geotextile under rock. z1 = 0.29 ft. Hydraulic Jump

Qhigh= 99.0 Q5 = 50.0
Starting Station =

cfs cfs

High flow storm through chute Low flow storm through chute

Profile and Cross Section (Output):
0+00.0
hpv = 71.95 ft. (15.63 ft.) Hpe = 72 ft. Energy Grade Line

(0.22 ft.)

(0.19 ft.)

Height, z2 = 0.77 ft. (0.48 ft.) Tw+d = 2.13 ft. - Tw o.k.

(0.82 ft.)
40(D50) = 17 ft.
Velocityinlet = 2.71 fps

n=

Hdrop = 8 ft.

(1.76 ft.) - Tw o.k. 1.13 ft. (0.76 ft.)
Outlet Channel

radius
Geotextile
1

0.0

49

at normal depth Critical Slope check upstream is OK
1

(0

.04

6)

2.5 1

Note: When the normal depth (yn) in the inlet channel is less than the weir head (Hp), ie., the weir capacity is less than the channel capacity, restricted flow or ponding will occur. This reduces velocity and prevents erosion upstream of the inlet apron.

Slope = 0.01 ft./ft.
d = 1 ft. {1 ft. minimum suggested}
Velocityoutlet =

4
Rock Chute Bedding

Outlet Apron

8 ft.
15(D50)(Fs)

3.58 fps at normal depth

Profile Along Centerline of Chute Typical Cross Section
Freeboard = 0.5 ft.
Berm

FS =
Geotextile

1.96 cfs/ft. 1.20 0.29 ft. 0.049 6.2 in. 12.4 in. 2.13 ft. 0.77 ft. will

Equivalent unit discharge Factor of safety (multiplier) Normal depth in chute Manning's roughness coefficient Minimum Design D50* Rock chute thickness Tailwater above outlet apron Hydraulic jump height function adequately

1

Hp* Rock Chute Bedding

z1 = n-value = D50(Fs) = 2(D50)(Fs) = Tw + d = z2 = *** The outlet

m=2
* Use Hp along chute but not less than z2.

50 ft. B'

Rock thickness = 12.4 in.

High Flow Storm Information

Rock Chute Design . 50% rounded 100 % rounded Inlet apron elev. 50% angular. (5) 91 ft. = 6. Kadavy.) 0 . (6) 92 ft.00 $2.00 /yd3 Seeding $2.0 (0 ./ft.00 $0. 5 8 Rockchute thickness = Plan Values in.0 0+38. 1 2. 0+00.00 /yd3 Geotextile $12. on the ends).00 $0. = 100 ft. Outlet apron Downstream Channel Slope = 0. (1) 100 ft. 1 7 5 6 Geotextile 4 36 ft.02 ft.5 Elev. Rice.0) D100 ----------------- Design Values D50 dia.Plan Sheet (Version WI-July-2010. b Geotextile Class I (non-woven) shall be overlapped and anchored (18-in. in.0) 0 . Rock Chute Cost Estimate Unit Unit Cost Rock $10.0 0+00.00 /ac.0 acres Degree of angularity = 1 2 1 Rock. Profile Along Centerline of Rock Chute ** Note : The outlet will function adequately Top width = 53 ft. (3) 100 ft.2 in. Stakeout Notes Sta.77 ft.0 0+00./ft.00 $2. Rock Chute Bedding Radius = 0 ft.0 0+00. along sides and 24-in. Based on Design of Rock Chutes by Robinson. (2) 100 ft. 0 ft.0 (0 .00 $0. ft.0 0+36. Radius = Will bedding be used? No Notes: a ----------------- Earthfill = 0 yd3 Seeding = 0. Inlet apron length = ft. 1998) Project: Sample project Designer: sam Date: 6/24/2006 Minimum Enter County: anywhere Checked by: Date: Rock Gradation Envelope % Passing D85 D50 D10 Diameter. min.4 in. (weight. and Quantities Date File Name Sample project Natural Resources Conservation Service United States Department of Agriculture Designed sam Drawing Name Drawn anywhere County Checked Approved Sheet ___ of ___ O Page 2 of 8 . and geotextile quantities are determined from the x-section below (neglect radius). lbs.0 (0 .5 d = 1 ft. (Pnt) 100 ft. (4) 91 ft. Rock Chute Bedding Rock thickness = in. (7) Outlet apron elev. ft. ASAE. Class I non-woven Berm Geotextile Freeboard = 0.00 B' = 50 ft.0) 0 .5 ft. 1 2 3 4 Inlet apron Rock thickness = 0 in.00 /yd3 Earthfill $1. Quantities a yd3 Rock = 0 2 Geotextile (WCS-13)b = 237 yd 3 yd Bedding = 0 yd3 Excavation = 0 ft.0) 0 . min.00 /yd3 Excavation $12. = 91 ft.00 $0. ft. Rock Chute Cross Section * Use Hp throughout chute but not less than z2.0 (0 . bedding. in. Profile. Outlet apron length = 0 17 ft.0 0+36.844. Cross Sections.844. 12. 0 ft. Station Upstream Channel Slope = 0. Total 50 ft. Cost $0. Rock gradation envelope can be met with DOT Light riprap Gradation 1 2 * y = 0.00 /yd2 Bedding $12.01 ft.

(Pnt) 100 ft. Station Upstream Channel Slope = 0. 1998) Project: Sample project Designer: sam Date: 6/24/2006 Design Values D50 dia. Rock Chute Cross Section * Use Hp throughout chute but not less than z2.0 (0 .0 0+00. Inlet apron elev.04 0. ft. (4) 91 ft. 3 Inlet apron 0 ft. and Quantities Date File Name Sample project Natural Resources Conservation Service United States Department of Agriculture Designed Drawn sam Drawing Name anywhere County Checked Approved Sheet __ of __ O . 0+00.00 Elev. Freeboard = 0. Inlet apron length = 0 Outlet apron length = 0 Radius = 0 Will bedding be used? No Notes : a b County: anywhere Checked by: Date: Rock Gradation Envelope % Passing Diameter. lbs. ft. 2.0 acres Rock.0 in. and geotextile quantities are determined from x-section below (neglect radius).5 4 I T Description Point of curvature (PC) Point of intersection (PI) Point of tangency (PT) 14.quantity not included .7 Seeding = 0. (5) 91 ft. Based on Design of Rock Chutes by Robinson. Profile.0 in. Geotextile Class I (Non-woven) shall be overlapped and anchored (18-in. Rockchute thickness = 0.5 1 d = 1 ft.77 ft.02 ft. Cross Sections. Geotextile 1 Outlet apron elev.0 0+38. Profile Along Centerline of Rock Chute Rock Chute Bedding Top width = 53 ft. minimum along sides and 24-in. minimum on the ends) --.0 0+36. 7 5 6 Downstream Channel Slope = 0. 4 36 ft. (1) 100 ft.00 0. ASAE.xls for construction plan Rock Chute Design . Kadavy. = 0. (D 60 )/(D 10 ) < 1.01 ft.Cut/Paste Plan (Version WI-July-2010. (weight. in. 2 Rock thickness = 0 in./ft.0 (0 .0) 0 . (6) 92 ft. 2 50 ft. = 100 ft.0) Coefficient of Uniformity. Rock Chute Bedding Rock thickness = in.00 0.0) 0 .) 0 ./ft.0 (0 . (7) Radius = 0 ft.Rock_Chute.0 0+36.0 0+00. D10 --------0 . 1 2 3 4 Point No. B' = 50 ft. Stakeout Notes Sta. (3) 100 ft.0) D100 --------D85 --------D50 --------Quantities yd3 Rock = 0 2 Geotextile (WCS-13)b = 237 yd Bedding = 0 Excavation = 0 Earthfill = 0 yd3 yd3 yd3 a ft. bedding. (2) 100 ft. 1 Notes: Rock gradation envelope can be met with DOT Light riprap Gradation Berm Geotextile * y = 0.0 0+00.00 0.0 (0 . = 91 ft. Outlet apron 0 ft.5 ft. Rice.

7 ft2 Vo = 0.1 Area = Vo = 0.22 ft.98 ft. --0.90 (Weir head) (Flow area in channel) (Approach velocity) (Velocity head corresponding to Hp) 0.00 ft.74 ft.715yc = 0.6 ft2 Area = Qhigh = 99. H2 = 0.57 24.05 24.0 cfs (Capacity in channel) II.45 1.00 50.00 ft.69 1. Kadavy.10 (Coefficient of discharge for broadcrested weirs) 0.0 cfs (Capacity in channel) H2 = 0.093 ft/ft 50.0 cfs 99.0 cfs (Capacity in channel) Hce = hcv = --0. 0.00 fps 21. ASAE. 4.22 36.58 1.715yc = 0.63 Qlow = 50.0 cfs (Capacity in channel) 50. Calculate the tailwater depth in the outlet channel High Flow Tw = 1.6 2.6 ft2 (Flow area in channel) Area = Qlow = 50.00 ft. 2 2 ft ft (Flow area in channel) 12.0 cfs Hce = hcv = 10yc = 0.00 50. Calculate the critical depth in the chute High Flow yc = 0. if H2 < 0.13 ft. Rice.76 ft.00 Trial and error procedure solving simultaneously for velocity and head . 1998) Project: Sample project Designer: sam Date: 6/24/2006 I.66 0.47 ft.08 ft.38 18.06 0. IV.05 50. 0.00 III. 0. 2 1. Calculate the head for a trapezoidal shaped broadcrested weir Cd = High Flow Hp = 0.19 fps (Approach velocity) (Velocity head corresponding to H p) hpv = 0.03 54.03 59. Area = 20.00 50.00 99.Rock_Chute.3 ft2 Area = Qlow = (Normal depth) (Flow area in channel) Q (cfs) 99. 0.xls Page 2 of 3 Rock Chute Design Calculations (Version WI-July-2010.47 ft. 112. (Downstream head above weir crest.47 68.07 42.00 99.05 2.00 fps hpv = Qhigh = 0. Based on Design of Rock Chutes by Robinson.08 ft.0 cfs (Capacity in channel) Trial and error procedure solving simultaneously for velocity and head Low Flow (Weir head) Hp = 0.93 15.66 1.80 1.00 0.8 ft2 (Flow area in channel) Area = Qlow = 50.07 0. Low Flow yc = 0.25 ft.6 Area = Qhigh = Scupstreamchannel = County: anywhere Checked by: Date: ft.92 ft.35 ft. 2. ft2 Low Flow yn = 0.715*yc) ft.05 1. 25.12 11.36 9.00 Low Flow Tw = 0.00 99.9 ft 45.06 0. 6. 1.27 52.11 0.82 ft.73 ft. (Tailwater depth) 17.24 ft.0 cfs H2 = 0.16 ft.0 cfs 57.49 ft.95 99. 23.07 0. (Total minimum specific energy head) (Velocity head corresponding to yc) (Required inlet apron length) (Depth of flow over the weir crest or brink) Q + Base Flow (cfs) 99.31 ft. Calculate the normal depth in the inlet channel High Flow yn = 1.47 40.73 5.57 fps 32.0 cfs 0.72 31.93 71.1 ft2 Area = Qhigh = 99. (Critical depth in chute) 15.00 50.23 27. 27.00 99.

69 Total = 39. RE = 12. RE = 11. 2.77 x1 = 0.xls Page 3 of 3 Rock Chute Design Calculations (Version WI-July-2010. Length @ Bot. Low Flow qt = 0. or geotextile.7 ft. t2 = 0. .80 ft.80 ft. 2.11 2. min. 1998) Project: Sample project Designer: sam Date: 6/24/2006 County: anywhere Checked by: Date: V.99 ft. bedding.8 ft2 6.15 ---- (Equivalent unit discharge) (Median angular rock size) (Manning's roughness coefficient) (Normal depth in the chute) (Area associated with normal depth) (Velocity in chute slope) (Mean depth) (Froude number) (Length of rock outlet apron = 15*D50) VI.5:1 Lip = 2.00 Ab = 0. Based on Design of Rock Chutes by Robinson.77 x1 = 0. min. E2 = 0. Rock Volume -------Bedding Volume------Area Calculations h = 0.70 fps 0.72 As = 0.Rock_Chute. E2 = 0.00 Ab+2*As = 0.0000 37.00 x2 = 0. 9.00 x2 = 0.47 % Low Flow E1 = 0.44 ft.00 L = 1.43 (5. Length @ Bed CL Total = 39.87 ft.19 ft.5 ft2 5.00 Ab+2*As = 0.00 in. Bedding Volume 0. Calculate the rock chute parameters (w/o a factor of safety applied) High Flow qt = 0.44 Bottom = 50.19 ft.046 0. Geotextile Area 236. (Hydraulic jump height) Qhigh = 50.61 % (Total energy before the jump) (Total energy after the jump) (Relative loss of energy) Calculate Quantities for Rock Chute -------Rock Riprap Volume------Area Calculations h = 0.0 cfs (Capacity in channel) A2 = 24.80 ft. 2) The geotextile quantity does not include overoverlapping (18-in.48 ft.00 Length @ Rock CL Inlet = 0.74 mm 0.1080 2.) n= 0.8005 ft2 0.27 fps 0.00 yd3 -------Geotextile Quantity------Width 2*Slope = 3.) or anchoring material (18-in. Calculate the height of hydraulic jump height (conjugate depth) High Flow z2 = 0. 24-in.34 yd2 Note: 1) The radius is not considered when calculating quantities of riprap.6 ft2 ft2 (Flow area in channel) VII. Rice.62 ft. min.00 L = 1. A1 = Velocity = zmean = F1 = Lrock apron = 14.17 in. Rock Total = 39.00 Ab = 0.00 Slope = 37.6926 39. Calculate the energy lost through the jump (absorbed by the rock) High Flow E1 = 0.29 ft.29 ft.55 ft.72 As = 0.0000 0.20 6.09 cms/m D50 = n= z1 = A1 = Velocity = zmean = F1 = ---91.0 cfs 39.00 Outlet = 0.77 Qhigh = A2 = Low Flow z2 = 0.00 Total = 53.049 z1 = 0. 99. Kadavy. ASAE. on ends).47 ft.00 Bedding Thickness t1.00 yd3 ft2 0.18 cms/m D50 (mm) = 131. along sides.

therefore the program may over-estimate the D 50 size for this condition). A 2 (ft 2 ) = Area of flow corresponding to the hydraulic jump height in the chute. F s = Factor of safety ( multiplier ) applied to the median rock size. h pv (ft. V o (fps) = Approach velocity upstream of weir crest (trial and error procedure solving simultaneously for approach velocity and head). suggested minimum). Tw+d (ft.715y c occurs at the crest). the greater of H p or z 2. Glossary A 1 (ft 2 ) = Area of flow corresponding to normal depth in the chute. and Kadavy.) = Head upstream of the weir crest required to force flow through the weir.) = Designates the bottom width for the inlet channel. y c (ft. h cv (ft. F 1 = Froude number corresponding to normal chute depth.) = Is the difference in elevation between the inlet apron and outlet channel. H p (ft. 621-626.) = Normal depth in the inlet channel determined by using Manning's equation (accelerated flow continues upstream of the weir crest approximately 10y c ). One Spreadsheet version is included. d (ft. H ce (ft. D 50 (ft. and the outlet channel sections.) = Critical depth occurs 2y c to 4y c upstream of the rock chute crest (0. Bw (ft.) = Total energy after the hydraulic jump.xls) is password protected. y n (ft. 1).Rock_Chute. A Glossary is included below. Rock_Chute. H 2 (ft.) = Median rock size (angular rock is stable at a unit discharge approximately 40% greater than that for rounded (spherical) stone of the same diameter). H pe (ft.xls is intended for Excel in Microsoft Office 97. q t (cfs/ft. Median size for rock is determined along with the chute hydraulics and dimensions. H drop (ft.) = Lower the outlet apron a depth d to submerge the hydraulic jump (1-ft. Rice. the chute. E 2 (ft. The program was developed by the Iowa design staff and modified by the WI-engineering staff. The Excel file (. ASAE Vol. .) = Velocity head (V 2 /2g) corresponding to velocity at critical depth.715y c = brink depth (When H 2 >0. pp.5 feet. Q high (cfs) = High flow storm Q low (cfs) = Low flow storm (The user shall make sure that tailwater depths are greater than or equal to the hydraulic jump height for high and low flow conditions).) = Total energy before the hydraulic jump. y (ft.xls Page 4 of 3 Instructions . R E (%) = Relative loss of energy = (1-E 2 /E 1 )*100 .) = Total minimum specific energy head (sum of critical depth and velocity head). n = Manning's roughness coefficient measured in the middle 1/3 of the chute calculated by NRCS EFH Chapter 6 Wisconsin Supplements and also used to designate the inlet and outlet channel roughness. This spreadsheet is based on "Design of Rock Chutes" by Robinson.715y c submerged weir flow exists and normal depth (z 1 ) will not occur in the chute slope. The designer may use NRCS EFH chapter 6 Wisconsin Supplements for help. D 50. affects weir flow if H 2 is greater than 0.Rock Chute Design Program This Excel spreadsheet is included as a tool to design rock chutes for conservation practices. E 1 (ft.) = Total energy head (sum of H p and the velocity head).) = Tailwater depth above the outlet channel (determined by Manning's equation or input by user). Adjust the factor of safety (Fs) to determine the angular (crushed stone) or rounded (field stone) rock size. 1998 (Ref. 41(3).) = Tailwater depth above the outlet apron (must be greater than z 2 ). WI-NRCS standard 410 requires 0.) = Downstream head above weir crest. m = Horizontal component of the side slope ratio (m:1).) = Height of riprap along the rock chute side slope. Freeboard = The berm height above the top of rock in feet.) = Velocity head (V 2 /2g) corresponding to velocity at depth H p .)= Equivalent unit discharge in the rock chute. Tw (ft.

Changing any value. They are described below. the rock chute thickness. Grade Stabilization Structure. with the exception of Freeboard under the inlet channel column. The program sets a limit on the steepest side slope allowed in the chute (2:1) and the steepest bed slope (3:1). Each designer should consider what limits or maximum values they want for various parameters. The Plan Sheet button takes the user to the Profile. All red. See NRCS EFH Chapter 6 Wisconsin Supplements for guidance.The factor of safety (or multiplier. The Tailwater from Program button will enter the word "Program" in the tailwater cells (or the user may specify a tailwater by typing the value corresponding to high and low discharge). 3) Profile and Cross Section (Output). Applying a Fs to the D50 will give a more conservative (larger) median rock size than applying the same F s to the other above mentioned parameters. Also. . z mean (ft. 1) Rock Chute Design Data The Instructions button (in the upper right) switches the user to this page (select the Back to Design button to return).xls Glossary continued z 1 (ft.) = Conjugate depth or hydraulic jump height due to the transition from supercritical to subcritical flow at the base of chute slope.). Qhigh. and the outlet apron length . The program has 2 sheets. italicized values and text can be entered (or changed) by the user. and the Factor of safety (multiplier) under the chute column will blank the output values in the Profile and Cross Section area (see below). Values steeper than these will blank the output area and the program can not be solved or printed (just to the right of these cells will indicate Too Steep) . (Rock Chute Design Data and Rock Chute Design . Refer to WI-NRCS Standard 410.Plan Sheet for print buttons. The user must select the Solve Spreadsheet button when finished inputting. There are three main areas in the Design Data sheet: 1) Input Channel Geometry. The user should refer to the Rock Chute Design . The Iowa Design Staff also considered modifying (with Fs) the unit discharge (cfs/ft. and Quantities sheet (see below).) = Normal depth in the middle 1/3 of the chute. Input Channel Geometry This is the major input area for setting channel geometry. Page 5 of 3 Factor of Safety . Cross Sections. Maximum values (or limits) were not considered in the spreadsheet. F s adjusts the D 50 rock size. not all the design information will print .) = Mean depth in the rock chute. The user should note the Solve Spreadsheet button in the center of the spreadsheet. Fs) is used to safeguard against possible undersizing of the rock chute's median rock size (D50).Rock_Chute. and the bed slope (hydraulic grade line) instead of the D50. The user must decide what value of F s to use. 2) Design Storm Data. d.0-foot "suggested" minimum for d (always make sure that Tw + d is greater than or equal to z 2). The Solve Spreadsheet button (in the center of the sheet) must be selected after changing the design information. the user should input a 1.Plan Sheet) that are available to the user by selecting the appropriate icon. Only values that were outside the scope of the research were limited (chute bed slope and chute side slope). Outlet apron depth. z 2 (ft. No print button is available on this sheet. for design storm frequencies relating to drop and drainage area. The user should not print with the print icons (standard icons) or menus in Excel.

If output values give a dashed line or say "Not Solved" the user must select the Solve Spreadsheet button. and D50) came from MN TR-3. and Seeding (if needed). The High Flow Storm Information shows the D 50 rock size by diameter (inches) and weight (pounds) for 50% angular and 50% round rock with a specific gravity (Gs) of 2.Plan Sheet This sheet gives the Profile.65. and Quantities (along with a cost estimate) for the design. Table 2-2.7) was used to define the D10 size. This page can then be pasted on the plan and includes stakeout notes for the finished rock chute grade. The user should note that changing Q high or Q low will require the Solve Spreadsheet button to be selected. The design values can be changed by the user to make them more appropriate for construction ( we strongly discourage reducing the design values below what the program calculated ) . page 18. A uniform rock riprap size is required.xls Page 6 of 3 Design Storm Data (Table 2. page 21. D85. Earthfill. Any questions or comments please contact: Your friendly engineering staff. The user should make sure that T w + d is greater than or equal to z2 as indicated by T w o.k. Figure 2-2. Low flow results are given in parenthesis and units are listed with the value. NRCS Grade Stabilization Structure No. These results display chute hydraulics and dimensions for both high and low flow conditions. If this doesn't work check the chute Bed Slope and Side Slope values and make sure they are not too steep. Loose Riprap Protection. . Use the Back to Design button to return to the design data sheet. The remainder of the values (D100. There are two print buttons in the upper left: Print Documentation will print this page as it appears on the screen (in addition to 3 pages of design information). July 1989. Cross Sections. Uniformly sized materials remained stable at higher flow rates than non-uniform (well graded) materials. Input the high and low frequency storm (in cfs) flowing through the chute portion of the structure (this program does not design the auxiliary spillway). Profile and Cross Section (Output) No values need to be input. in the output. The Instructions button (in the upper right) switches the user to this page. A coefficient of uniformity less than 1. Loose Riprap Protection. The user may input all red. The weight comes from Minnesota Technical Release 3 (MN TR-3). The tailwater must be adequate for both high and low flow events. The tailwater can be inputted by the user or computed by the program for corresponding high and low flow storms. Input the unit cost for each item in the cost estimate box.Rock_Chute. The Tailwater from Program button enters the word "Program" in the tailwater cells indicating that the spreadsheet will calculate the tailwater. July 1989. 2) Rock Chute Design . 410) Here the user is prompted to input the Inlet and Outlet apron elevation . The user must enter the quantity of Excavation. and Print Plan will print a modified page that is a copy of the Plan Sheet (without the cost estimate). italicized values and text.7 (D60/D10 < 1. WI.