Uncertainty analysis of HEC-HMS model using the GLUE method for flash flood. CEE Engineering Hydrology HEC-HMS Bare Essentials Tutorial and Example comprehensive or to replace the HEC-HMS documentation; rather it is a. The Hydrologic Modeling System (HEC-HMS) is designed to simulate the complete hydrologic processes of dendritic watershed systems.

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Step by Step: Flood Hazard Mapping | UN-SPIDER Knowledge Portal

Structures can be identified by using the aerial photograph provided with the tutorial dataset. The Basin Centroid tool will create a Centroid point feature class to store the centroid of each sub-basin. Now remove the join and save the map document.

This function will export the information on hydrologic elements nodes and tuhorialtheir connectivity and related geographic information to a text file with.

Save edits, and stop editing.

Summary Manning Table is not required if n values already exist in the LandUse table. The output is the Flow Direction Grid, named by default Fdr.

Step by Step: Flood Hazard Mapping

If you click at a point along the profile, a corresponding point showing its location on the river reach will be added to the map display shown below as red dot. Input to the batch subwatershed delineation function is a point feature class with point locations of interest. Create a new empty map, and save it as cngrid.


This tool will verify all the input datasets. Enter hypothetical flow conditions for these profiles as shown below:.

HEC-HMS Exercise for CEK at University of Texas at Austin

The centroid elevation update may be needed when none of the basin centroid methods center of gravity or longest flow path provide satisfactory results, and it becomes necessary to edit the Centroid feature class and move the centroids to a more reasonable location manually.

Delineating Watersheds for existing points eg. The cells in Str grid with a value of 1 are symbolized with black color to get a stream network as shown below: You can also verify this by looking at other fields. We are done with geometric data! Click on the icon in the Arc Hydro Tools toolbar. We will assume twelve 10 ft wide piers with a spacing of ft. Click on the Flow Path.

Flow Direction Grid This function computes the flow direction for a given grid. Creating bank lines is similar to creating the channel centerline, but there are no specific guidelines with regard to line orientation and connectivity tuforial they can be digitized either along the flow direction or against the flow direction, or may be continuous or broken.


Finally, verify the tables and Click OK. You can keep whatever tutotial you like. For this exercise we will take the easy route, but you may want to populate these features for other studies depending on your project needs.

Upon successful completion of the process, the Fil layer is added to the map. These lines are used to compute distances between cross-sections in the over bank areas. Confirm the input feature class for River, and click OK. Confirm that the input of the Flow Direction Grid is Fdr. Upon successful completion of the process, the polygon feature class Catchment is added to the map. These quantities are automatically computed when a feature class becomes part of a geodatabase. For merging basins, we follow the process that allow us to merges two or more tutrial basins into one.

Save your edits, stop the Editor, and save the map document. Be patient and CNGrid will be added to your map document. The resulting attribute table should look like below: