WinTR-20 - Basic Input

WinTR-20 - Basic Input

Using Northeast Regional Climate Center (NRCC) Data with WinTR-20 Prepared by Quan D. Quan Hydraulic Engineer, WNTSC Hartford, Connecticut October 26, 2010 NRCC Data - Connecticut October 2010 1 Program to convert NRCC text file and import it into WinTR20 Program is incorporated into Windows

Program is incorporated into Windows interface; Reads NRCC text file created by the user thru download; After downloading text file, open WinTR-20 Windows interface and click File then Import NOAA NRCC Data; Rainfall Distribution and Rainfall Data comes as a part of the Window WinTR-20 system. NRCC Data - Connecticut October 2010

2 Northeast Regional Climate Center web site: Open the NRCC web site at http://www.precip.net or http://precip.eas.cornell.edu/ NRCC Data - Connecticut October 2010 3

Import NRCC Data into WinTR-20 Click on Data & Products tab. NRCC Data - Connecticut October 2010 4 Import NRCC Data into WinTR-20 NRCC Data - Connecticut

October 2010 5 Import NRCC Data into WinTR-20 NRCC Data - Connecticut October 2010 6 Import NRCC Data into WinTR-20 NRCC Data - Connecticut

October 2010 7 Import NRCC Data into WinTR-20 NRCC Data - Connecticut October 2010 8 Import NRCC Data into WinTR-20 Using Windows

Explorer, go to the WinTR-20 Executables directory and click on The following WinTR-20 System Controller/ Editor Screen comes up: NRCC Data - Connecticut October 2010 9 Import NOAA Data into WinTR-20

Select Import NOAA NRCC Data from File pulldown menu. Locate the directory, select text file name CT_Windham.txt NRCC Data - Connecticut October 2010

10 Import NRCC Data into WinTR-20 Option to smooth the NOAA-NRCC Data ? Yes, for this example. NRCC Data - Connecticut October 2010 11

Import NRCC Data into WinTR-20 WinTR-20 Identifier window will pop up Edit / Enter - Min. Hydrograph Value - Watershed Description Click Accept Changes

(Close) to close this window NRCC Data - Connecticut October 2010 12 Import NRCC Data into WinTR-20 Brings you back

to the WinTR20 System Controller / Editor window Double click on Storm Analysis: Double click on Rainfall Distribution: Note: (X indicates some data entered for Note: (X indicates some data entered for section) NRCC Data - Connecticut October 2010

13 Import NRCC Data into WinTR-20 Double click on Storm Analysis: Click No Changes (Close) button to close this window. NRCC Data - Connecticut

October 2010 14 Import NRCC Data into WinTR-20 Select Rain Table Identifier: from pull down menu. Click Display

Data button for graphical view of the Rainfall Distribution. Click No Changes (Close) button to close this window. NRCC Data - Connecticut October 2010 15 Standard Curve Smooth Curve

NRCC Data - Connecticut October 2010 16 Import NRCC Data into WinTR-20 From File menu, select Save As give a file name and location. Run button is

now available. NRCC Data - Connecticut October 2010 17 Import NRCC Data into WinTR-20 Try to Run WinTR-20 Generated WinTR-20 Error

File - No Stream Reach data - No Sub-Area data. NRCC Data - Connecticut October 2010 18 Import NRCC Data into WinTR-20

Warning do not import NOAA-NRCC data to an existing WinTR-20 file using the WinTR-20 Controller/Editor. The existing data will be erased and replaced by NOAA-NRCC Data. Instead, save the WinTR-20 input file containing NOAA-NRCC Data, close WinTR-20, and use Notepad to copy and paste the data into the existing WinTR-20 data file. NRCC Data - Connecticut October 2010 19 Demonstration

Using NRCC Data NRCC Data - Connecticut October 2010 20 Demonstration Double click on Sub-Area: Enter the SubArea information

NRCC Data - Connecticut October 2010 21 Demonstration Enter Sub-Area Identifier:

Enter Sub-Area Reach Identifier: Enter Sub-Area Drainage Area: Enter Weighted Curve Number: Enter Sub-Area Time of Concentration: NRCC Data - Connecticut October 2010 22 Demonstration

Double click Global Output: Click Yes for Default Peak Output Code: Click Yes for Default Hydrograph Output Code: Click Accept Changes (Close) button

NRCC Data - Connecticut October 2010 23 Demonstration Click Save button Now youre ready NRCC Data - Connecticut

October 2010 24 Demonstration Determine the runoff volume and peak discharge for the current (existing) watershed conditions. Drainage Area (Area 1) 24.50 ac / 0.04 sq.mi. Runoff Curve Number 74

Time of Concentration 0.237 hours Windham County, Connecticut NRCC Data - Connecticut October 2010 25 Results Demo Windham, Connecticut NRCC Data Rainfall Data 25-Year Rainfall Distribution

Type 5.94 in WinTR-20 Peak Discharge 74.8 cfs Runoff Amount 3.120 in NRCC Data - Connecticut October 2010 26

Questions ? NRCC Data - Connecticut October 2010 27 The End NRCC Data - Connecticut October 2010 28

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