MSMAware Computation

 

 

MSMAware Software has two options for user to design storm for any catchments. The first is “Prelim” and the second is “Advance”. “Prelim” is the faster as it requires few parameters for input. The Second option called “Advance”  for expert user which require more parameters input in the software.

 

 PRELIM MODE

 

General data:

 

Location : Kuala Lumpur

: 100 mm

Area : 10 Hectare

 

Step 1: Start MSMAware. Select “General Setting” tab.

 

Step 2: Insert the information needed (Area and Catchment)

 

Step 3: Select “Storm” tab.

 

Step 4: Check only “MSMA1”.

 

Step 5: Click Prelim Mode

 

Step 6: Click “add” button to add station.

 

Step 7: Select the Station “Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur”.

 

Step 8: Click “Selected for DP” box to use the data in the DETENTION BASIN module.

 

Step 9: Move cursor to the map. Click the location (Kuala Lumpur) and notice a value of 100 appeared to the right next to 2P24h as shown. Make sure you insert the duration ‘td’ according to project data.

 

Step 10: Click “run” button to get the IDF graph. Notice the IDF appeared.

 

Step 11: Click “Report” button to generate design storm report.

 

Step 12: A report will be generated as shown.

 

Note:-

  • For subsequent tutorials, only advance mode will be considered.

 
 

ADVANCED MODE

Step 1: Start MSMAware. Select “General Setting” tab.

 

Step 2: Insert the information needed (Area and Catchment)

 

Step 3: Select “Storm” tab.

 

Step 4: Check only “MSMA1”.

 

Step 5: Click Advance Mode

 

Step 7: Click “add” button to add station.

Note

 

Step 8: Select the Station “Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur”.

 

Step 9: Click “Selected for DP” box to use the data in the DETENTION BASIN module.

 

Step 10: Move cursor to the map. Click the location (Kuala Lumpur) and notice a value of 100 appeared to the right next to as shown. Make sure to insert the duration according to project data.

 

Step 11: Click “run” button to get the IDF graph. Notice the IDF appeared.

 

Step 12: Click “Report” button to generate design storm report.

 

Step 13: A report will be generated as shown.

 

 

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