If you're a civil engineer working in the field of site drainage design, you have likely had the need to create catchments based on site topology. The good news is that the days of sharpening your red pencil and manually creating these delineation lines can be retired with your planimeter and slide rule. The new catchment delineation tool automatically creates contributing catchment areas in a matter of seconds based on the location of inlets in your model in relation to an attached Digital Terrain Model . There is no longer a need to make these delineations with an external applications and then import using the ModelBuilder tool. To learn more, check out the additional sources in the "See Also" section below. This video covers the following:• Automatically creating catchment areas based off of a Digital Terrain Model (DTM) and catch basin placement using the new Catchment Delineation tool.• Deleting an inlet• Moving an inlet• Adding an inlet Applicable products/versions:• SewerGEMS, StormCAD, CivilStorm, and SewerCAD (version 10.00.00.40 and later)
Want to see more? Sign in, click the More button and turn blog notifications on. Or, subscribe to our YouTube Channel.
Want to see more? Sign in, click the More button and turn blog notifications on. Or, subscribe to our YouTube Channel. This video is part of a growing library of useful information designed to provide effective tips and information about time-saving product features within Bentley’s Haestad | Hydraulics and Hydrology products. Be sure to check back frequently to view the latest video. Better yet, subscribe to this blog by turning Notifications On. Craig CalvinProduct EngineerBentley Systems, Inc.
Wiki: Using Catchment DelineationWiki: Digital Terrain Models and Downstream TraceSIG Video: Catchment DelineationHelp: Catchment DelineationHelp: Terrain Models ManagerHelp: Catchment Delineation Settings