Check Files 1d xsl
The XSL check file contains information on the input cross-sections where specified as tabular data (as opposed to say a box culvert section which is defined by a height and a width). At each input cross-section a GIS line is output containing the information in the table below.
The .csv 1d_ta_tables check file contains the height varying properties for the section.
The 1d_hydroprop check files which contains information on each of the channels (including interpolated and structures).
Attributes of xsl_check
|Attribute Name||Attribute Description|
|ID||The cross-section ID, this is the input cross-section number and is unique. It is also output in the 1d_ta_tables check file.|
|Manning_n||The Manning's n at the lowest point (bed) in the cross-section. If no roughness value is specified on the cross-section (the Manning's value is specified on the channel), then a value of -1 is output.|
|Elev_at_Bed||The elevation at the lowest point in the cross-section.|
|Elev_at_Top||The elevation at the highest point in the cross-section.|
|Depth||The depth at the top of section. I.e. the Elevation and the top - the elevation at the bed.|
|Top_Flow_Width||The flow width at the top of the cross section.|
|Top_Storage_Width||The storage width at the top of the cross-section.|
|Top_Flow_Area||The flow area at the top of the cross-section.|
|Top_Wet_Perimeter||The wetted perimeter at the top of the cross-section.|
|Source_File||The source file (.csv) file which the data was read from.|
|Attributes||The remaining attributes (the source file is excluded, see the above) in the GIS layer.|
|Source_Layer||The GIS file that the cross-section was specified in.|