Check Files 1d nwk C
This GIS layer contains information on the 1D channels for the simulation.
The _1d_nwk_N_check file contains information on the 1D nodes.
Attributes of nwk_C_check
|Attribute Name||Attribute Description|
|ID||The channel ID.|
|Type||The channel type, see TUFLOW manual for a list of channel types.|
For example an "S" type channel is a standard open channel, an "R" type channel is a rectangular culvert.
|Ignore||If the channel is being ignored (the ignore attribute is set to true on the input 1d_nwk file).|
|UCS||The "Use Channel Storage at Nodes" (UCS) setting for the channel. If set to "T" the channel is contributing to the nodal area tables of the connected nodes.|
|Len_or_ANA||The length of the channel. |
This can be mapped or selected in GIS to highlight areas where the channels are very short. Short channels (particularly open channels) can drive down the required timestep or introduce stability issues.
|n_nF_Cd||The Manning’s n value of the channel (for Blank, C, G, I, R, S Channel Types) or Discharge Coefficient (for RG, SG, SP Channel Types).|
|US_Invert||The upstream invert for the channel.|
|DS_Invert||The downstream invert for the channel.|
|Form_Loss||Any additional form loss applied for the channel. For B channels this can vary with height and this data is in the .eof file.|
|pBlockage||The percentage blockage of the channel.|
|Inlet_Type||The inlet type for a pit channel.|
|Conn_1D_2D||The 1D/2D connection type for a pit channel.|
|Conn_No||The connection number for a pit channel.|
|Width_or_Dia||The width or diameter of the channel if specified on the 1d_nwk layer. For a channel with a cross-section this is output in the 1d_hyroprop_check file.|
|Height_or_WF||The height or weir factor for the channel (if used).|
|Number_of||The number of channels.|
|HConF_or_WC||Height contraction coefficient for I and R type channels. For new weir channels if weir coefficient Cd, refer to manual for details on weir equations.|
|WConF_or_WEx||Width contraction coefficient for C, I and R type channels. For new weir channels if weir flow equation exponent Ex, refer to manual for details on weir equations.|
|EntryC_or_WSa||Entry loss coefficient for C, I and R type channels. For new weir channels if weir submergence factor "a", refer to manual for details on weir equations.|
|ExitC_or_WSb||Exit loss coefficient for C, I and R type channels. For new weir channels if weir submergence factor "b", refer to manual for details on weir equations.|
|i_1d_nwk||The index to the input layer that has created the manhole. For example an i_1d_nwk value of 4 would be the 4th input layer (1d_nwk_M08_pits_001) below.|
Read GIS Network == mi\1d_nwk_M04_channels_001.MIF
|pSlope||Percentage slope of the channel. A positive slope indicates the upstream invert invert is higher than the downstream invert. For a negative value this indicates that the channel has an adverse slope.|
This can be mapped or selected in GIS to highlight areas where the channels may be unrealistically steep.