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Hello...

This is the first qustion for me and i hope to get the answer coz that will be very imoprtant for me..coz im doing my master degree about dam failure and really i need ur help..

I'm using WMS and really i did as example SMPDBK in my project but really i need a clear idea about things...

Can i see the flooding of dam break in depending of time, EX: After 5 minutes how's the flooding looks like and after 20 minuters how it looks like....and how much of time it takes to reach to some area...?And offcourse the hight of water also in depending on time...

Thnx for all...

Best regards...

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Hi Memo,

SMPDBK will not give you time-varying results for a dam break simulation. With SMPDBK, you specify the dam break parameters along with a set of cross sections defining the downstream reach geometry from your dam. SMPDBK is designed to give you the maximum discharges, maximum water surface elevations, maximum water depths, and the time for each of the maximum water depths at each cross section. WMS uses the maximum water surface elevations to delineate a maximum floodplain from your SMPDBK simulation.

Here is an example of the output from a SMPDBK simulation with 8 cross sections:

  RVR MILE  MAX FLOW  MAX ELEV  MAX DEPTH TIME(HR)  TIME(HR)  TIME(HR)   FLOOD
FROM DAM (CFS) (FT-MSL) (FT) MAX DEPTH FLOOD DEFLOOD DEPTH(FT)
******** ******** ******** ******** ******** ******** ******** ********
.00 1001760. 5368.51 113.00 2.00 .00 .00 10.00
1.25 778673. 5327.79 102.93 2.10 .00 .00 10.00
3.03 712258. 5327.79 113.30 2.27 .00 .00 10.00
5.26 705136. 5295.97 127.10 2.37 .00 .00 10.00
9.04 698084. 4954.39 73.77 2.58 .00 .00 10.00
11.59 691104. 4761.68 23.01 3.49 1.74 7.74 10.00
13.05 684193. 4688.42 20.14 3.56 1.89 7.69 10.00
15.11 223752. 4558.63 9.61 6.68 .00 .00 10.00

Chris

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