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    Default How do I Calc Pipe Capacity?

    Does Civil 3D have an easy way to calculate the capacity of a pipe? I haven't delved into pipe networks yet and I don't want to right now. I just want to know the capacity of an 18" RCP flowing full at a 1% slope. Land Desktop had a command that made it easy but I can't find anything like it in Civil 3D.
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    Default Re: How do I Calc Pipe Capacity?

    I tried to write a Lisp program but realized that I could do it much easier in Excel. Problem solved. If anyone would like the spreadsheet, you can email me at jimc@cityofelcajon.us and I'll send it to you. In the mean time, I'm going to post this on the wish list.

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    Default Re: How do I Calc Pipe Capacity?

    Or you could use this method, straight from the Civil3D help file.
    http://docs.autodesk.com/CIVIL/2010/...mber=d0e367966

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