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SPILLWAY CALCULATION WORKSHEET

PROJECT NAME:

STRUCTURE ID #:

COUNTY:

PREPARED BY:

PROJECT ID#:

DATE:

GENERAL INFO.

ENTRANCE SLOPE INFO.

TYPICAL SPILLWAY CROSS-SECTION


EL. =

CONTROL SECTION INFO.

EXIT SLOPE INFO.

Bottom Width (ft):

Starting Station:

Starting Station:

Ending Station:

Side Slopes ( :1):

Station Elevation:

Ending Station:

Station Elevation:

Control Section Elev:

% Slope:

Length:

% Slope:

Sta. On Dike CL Aling.

DESIGN DATA

PROFILE ALONG CENTERLINE OF SPILLWAY

EXISTING
GROUND
ELEV.

SPILLWAY CUT
ELEVATION

DIST B/W
STA.

CUT
DEPTH

END AREA
(SQ.FT.)

AVG END AREA


(SQ.FT.)

CU. YARDS
PER FT.

0.9

TOTAL
CUBIC
YARDS

0.8
0.7

ELEVATION (FT.)

STA.

0.6

TYPICAL PROFILE ALONG CENTERLINE OF SPILLWAY

0.5
0.4

0.0
CONTROL SECTION

ENTRANCE SLOPE
0.3

EXIT SLOPE

0.0%

0.0%

0.2
0.1
0
0.8

1
EXISTING GROUND

1.2

1.4

1.6

STATION
(FT.)
PROFILE
OF PROPOSED
SPILLWAY

1.8

2.2

DIKE CENTERLINE

CLICK PROFILE TAB TO SEE A PRINTABLE VERSION OF THE ABOVE GRAPH

TOTAL YDS OF EXCAVATED SPILLWAY:


SURFACE AREA OF SPILLWAY (ACRES):

Prepared By Minnesota Board of Water & Soil Resources


06/17/02 Version 5.0

1
0.9
0.8

ELEVATION (FT.)

0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
0
0.8

1
EXISTING GROUND

1.2

1.4

1.6
STATION (FT.)

PROFILE OF PROPOSED SPILLWAY

1.8

2
DIKE CENTERLINE

2.2

Instructions/tips for using BSWR Spillway v.5.0


Spreadsheet

The spreadsheet is Protected, meaning that only certain cells can be edited. Only
with a white background may be edited or have info. entered into them.
Cells with a red triangle in the upper right corner have Tool Tips associated with
them. Just place the pointer in one of these cells and a box will appear with informa
about what that cell does or what values should be entered into it.
The 1st station entered must be the station where the entrance slope of the spillway
starts. For example, if your profile runs from 0+00 to 0+80 and the entrance slope o
the spillway starts at station 0+05, than the 1st station entered would be 5.
There are four main points for the spillway spreadsheet. They are the starting station
the entrance slope, the starting station of the control section, the ending station of th
control section, and the ending station of the exit slope. These four stations, along w
their corresponding existing ground elevations, must be included in the stationing.
The Existing Ground Elevation should never be less than the Spillway Cut Elevatio
Spillway Cut Elevation is calculated automatically by the spreadsheet.
For the last station, the Existing Ground Elevation should equal the elevation of the
ending station of the exit slope.
Clicking the Profile tab at the bottom of the spreadsheet gives the user a graph of th
information entered. This page has been sized to print out so that the graph can be h
trimmed and be manually placed on the BWSR standard design sheets. This elimina
the need to hand draw the profile of the spillway and should save people not using t
standard sheets on CAD a lot of time.
If anyone has problems using the spreadsheet or has any questions, please feel free
contact:
Tom Schmidt
BWSR Engineering Technician
State of Minnesota-Board of Water & Soil Resources
One West Water Street-Suite 200
St.Paul, MN. 55107
Phone: 1-651-215-1202