aren't very useful unless you know where they come from.
Just having a program spit out an answer without having a means
of checking the result is pointless. Does the answer make
sense? What methodology was used? That doesn't seem
right, how did the program come up with that? A good model
should reassure the designer that the results obtained are
sound. Visual Hydraulics was programmed with built-in
summary features including summary tables characterizing all the
hydraulic characteristics of the feature being analyzed, summary
diagrams, and even a detailed compilation of the equations and
methodology used to obtain those results. Feel confident
in knowing where Visual Hydraulics obtained its result, and how.
a feature has been analyzed, quickly see the full results,
including diagrams and all of its hydraulic characteristics: