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  1. You could try using this on the conduit object...

    You could try using this on the conduit object type.

    conduit_length < ((((((([us_node].x - [ds_node].x)^2) + (([us_node].y - [ds_node].y)^2))^0.5)^2) + (((us_invert) - (ds_invert))^2))^0.5)
  2. The alternative approach may have to be adopted...

    The alternative approach may have to be adopted on this occasion.
    Cheers Duncan.
  3. Comments in red. So wouldn't doing what I...

    Comments in red.

    So wouldn't doing what I suggested introduce the smaller elements in the base as well?

    Already tried this prior to the posting the message.
  4. No. The baseline model site boundary is...

    No.

    The baseline model site boundary is subject to flood risk. The development scenario is to raise the site and use swales / channel, etc to reduce the flood risk.
    Therefore by introducing...
  5. Thanks for your response. I will double check,...

    Thanks for your response. I will double check, however I have been through this process of backwards engineering the models so they are identical where possible. I was under the impression the...
  6. Thanks for the response. Please see my comments...

    Thanks for the response. Please see my comments in red

    If there are specific points or areas you are interested in, you can use 2D results points, lines and zones to extract consistent results....
  7. 2D Meshing - (Baseline vs. Development Scenario) - Changes to the wider 2D domain

    Evaluating the flood risk to a development site within a large 2D Zone (domain). Several mesh zones and mesh level zones have been created for the development scenario. Including the representation...
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