Click the Run button to open the Batch Run window, where you can set several runs for the active scenario. In the Name column, click on each field and then click again to change the name for each Run. In the Rain Group column, select the rain from the drop-down list. Click Clear All Results button to clear all the results. Click Run button to run all the runs that are checked on.
Click the Settings button next to each Run to set the date and time for the Run. When clicking Get Storm Dates button, it will obtain the first date and time and the last date and time based on all the rain data included in the chosen Run Group and use those dates and time as the starting and ending date and time for the Run. Click OK to save the changes.
- Start Analysis On: Set the date and time when the simulation begins.
- Start Reporting On: Indicate the date and time when reporting of simulation results should start. Using a date earlier than the start date is equivalent to using the start date.
- End Analysis On: Specify the date and time when the simulation should conclude.
- Start Sweeping On: Define the day of the year when street sweeping operations commence. The default is January 1.
- End Sweeping On: Specify the day of the year when street sweeping operations end. The default is December 31.
- *Antecedent Dry Days: *Enter the number of days without rainfall before the simulation’s start. This helps calculate an initial buildup of pollutant load on subcatchment surfaces.
Note: If rainfall or climate data are imported from external files, it’s crucial to align the simulation dates with those recorded in these files for accuracy.