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VIDEOS

Bridge & Stream Engineering is proud to offer two-dimensional (2D) modeling capabilities for drainage study projects.  Below are examples of 2D models utilized on recent projects.

The video above shows 2D modeling used to define complex split flow paths and determine design flows at each railroad structure.

The video above shows a 2D model used to analyze Mississippi River system with many adjacent railroad structures that operate hydraulically as a system.

The video above highlights LiDAR topography used in a 2D model to account for flat topographic areas in the watershed to reduce design flows at railroad structure.

The video above shows a 2D model used to determine complex split flow paths in an urban environment to understand drainage patterns and help mitigate flooding impacts.

The video above shows LiDAR topography used in a 2D model to account for large storage area upstream of the railroad embankment to reduce design flows at railroad bridge.

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