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Water Report Water System Report for The Barracks II Subdivision Phase 107 College Station, Texas October 2014 Prepared By: Schultz Engineering, LLC TBPE Firm Registration No. 12327 2730 Longmire, Suite A College Station, Texas 77845 979.764.3900 u•* ara+*+ss*fwras*ar*ss*s sir a • p N /c3-139. 4' F-12327 SCHULTZ ENGINEERING, tic. General Information Location: Phase 107 is located northeast of Phase 106 and northwest of Phase 108 of the Barracks II Development. The Barracks II Subdivision is a 108- acre development located midway between Rock Prairie Road and Cain Road in south College Station. It is bounded on the west by Holleman Drive South and on the east by Old Wellborn Road. General Note: The water lines to serve these 63 residential lots will be a 6" line along Kimber Lane, 6" line along Old Wellborn Road and a 6" & 12" line along Deacon Drive. These lines will create a loop in the system. These lines will connect to existing waterlines constructed in previous phases. Land Use: Single family residential Design Criteria/Analysis Primary Water Supply: Existing 12"water line along Deacon Drive and existing 6"waterline along Kimber Lane. Existing System Pressure Tests: Flow Hydrant-See Appendix A Flowrate: 1,300 gpm Static Pressure: 75 psi Residual Pressure: 65 psi Exhibits: Exhibit A—Water Layout Appendix A— Hydrant Flow Test Results Appendix B— WaterCAD Analysis Summary—Domestic Demand Appendix C— WaterCAD Analysis Summary—Fire Flow Demand @ FH7 Appendix D— WaterCAD Analysis Summary—Fire Flow Demand @ FH8 Fire Flow: 1,000 gpm for Single Family Residential Domestic Use 1.5 gpm per lot for Single Family Residential Phases 107—63 Lots=94.5 gpm Total Domestic Demand=94.5 gpm The proposed 12"& 6"waterlines are in accordance with the BCS Water Design Guidelines. This report provides the results of the water system analysis under the fire flow and domestic demand requirements, (1,552 gpm)which produced the lowest pressure in the system. Summary of Calculations Pressure 73.9 Domestic Demand Min. Velocity Max 1.55 Pressure 51.5 Domestic Demand & Fire Min. Hydrant 7Velocity Max 6.79 Pressure 53.3 Domestic Demand & Fire Min. Hydrant 8 Velocity Max 6.97 The minimum pressure(51.5 psi)for this system occurs when a Fire Flow demand is set at Fire Hydrant Number 7. The Max Velocity for this system occurs at the same demand when the velocity in Pipe P-76 has a velocity of 6.97 fps. All of these pressures exceeds the 20 psi and 35 psi minimum pressure requirements,respectively. The maximum pipe velocities are less than 12 fps. Conclusion The proposed 12" and 6" water lines meet or exceed all of the design criteria for the City of College Station and the Wellborn Special Utility District. It will provide adequate water pressure, flowrate and velocity for both domestic and fire flow demands. EXHIBIT A WATER LAYOUT APPENDIX A WELLBORN SUD FLOW TEST REPORT Appendix A SCHULTZ ENGINEERING, LLC FIRM #12327 WATER SYSTEM FIRE HYDRANT FLOW TEST REPORT 9-19-2013 Date: Water System Owner: Wellborn SUD The Barracks II Subdivision Development Project: Papa Bear Drive & Towers Parkway Flow Test Location: Nozzle size (in.): _2.5 Discharge Coeff: (c) =0.90 60 Pitot Reading (psi): Flowrate Formula: Q=29.84cd2p1/2 1300 c= discharge coeff. Flowrate (gpm): d =orifice size (in) P= pitot pressure (psi) Hayes Lane and Papa Bear Drive Pressure Gauge Location: 75 Static Pressure (psi): 65 Residual Pressure (psi): 3265 Computed Discharge at 20 psi Residual Pressure: OR= Discharge Formula: QR=OF X (hr0.54/h 0.54).5a) Note: The flow test and report were prepared in accordance with NFPA 291. Joe Schultz Report Prepared by: Ricky Flores Others Present: _Clenden Adams —Wellborn SUD Britt Curless APPENDIX B WATERCAD ANALYSIS SUMMARY- DOMESTIC DEMAND Appendix B WaterCAD Analysis Summary Pipe Analysis-Domestic Demand Pipe Number Length(ft) Size(in) Material Hazen- Flow Williams C (gpm) Velocity(ft/s) EX-P-1 641 8 PVC 150 -68 0.43 EX-P-2 736 8 PVC 150 -159 1.02 EX-P-3 337 12 PVC 150 362 1.03 EX-P-4 95 12 PVC 150 213 0.6 P-1 368 12 PVC 150 213 0.6 EX-P-8 230 8 PVC 150 54 0.35 EX-P-10 431 8 PVC 150 42 0.27 EX-P-12 153 8 PVC 150 -6 0.04 EX-P-13 226 8 PVC 150 -6 0.04 P-12 343 8 PVC 150 -24 0.15 P-8 418 8 PVC 150 -63 0.4 P-7 298 8 PVC 150 -118 0.76 P-6 9 8 PVC 150 -148 0.94 P-5 398 8 PVC 150 -148 0.94 P-2 100 12 PVC 150 65 0.18 P-3 30 12 PVC 150 65 0.18 EX-P-7 613 6 PVC 150 -36 0.41 EX-P-6 618 6 PVC 150 -57 0.64 EX-P-5 180 8 PVC 150 -149 0.95 EX-P-9 254 8 PVC 150 23 0.14 EX-P-11 159 6 PVC 150 32 0.36 P-14 547 6 PVC 150 -18 0.2 P-13 691 6 PVC 150 -57 0.65 EX-P-14 96 6 PVC 150 -92 1.04 P-10 48 6 PVC 150 -30 0.34 P-11 43 6 PVC 150 -55 0.63 P-4 40 12 PVC 150 0 0 P-9 48 8 PVC 150 39 0.25 P-RES 29 12 PVC 150 547 1.55 P-86 578 6 PVC 150 24 0.27 P-87 333 6 PVC 150 -8 0.09 P-84 62 8 PVC 150 0 0 P-81 138 8 PVC 150 29 0.18 P-82 9 8 PVC 150 18 0.12 P-83 335 8 PVC 150 18 0.12 P-85 71 8 PVC 150 0 0 P-76 265 6 PVC 150 54 0.62 P-75 320 6 PVC 150 44 0.5 P-74 27 6 PVC 150 33 0.38 P-73 370 6 PVC 150 33 0.38 P-72 14 6 PVC 150 33 0.38 P-71 596 6 PVC 150 2 0.02 WaterCAD Analysis Summary Junction Analysis-Domestic Demand Junction Junction Elevation Demand Pressure(psi) (gpm) EX-J-1 306.89 14 74.3 EX-J-2 306.58 69 74.4 EX-J-3 302 26 76.6 EX-J-4 302.5 0 76.3 J-1 302.38 0 76.4 J-2 302.15 0 76.4 1-3 301.66 11 76.7 EX-J-8 307.8 48 73.9 EX-J-11 307.6 17 74 EX-J-13 306.7 0 74.3 J-12 305.69 18 74.8 J-9 305.41 0 74.9 J-8 303.76 0 75.6 J-7 302.7 0 76.1 FH-2 302.66 0 76.2 FH-1 301.84 0 76.6 EX-J-7 305.6 44 74.9 EX-J-6 304.31 0 75.5 J-14 307 50 74.2 FH-3 304.86 39 75.1 J-13 304.56 35 75.4 J-10 302.84 32 76.1 1-11 304.36 32 75.4 J-4 301.64 0 76.7 J-15 305.59 11 74.8 FH 6 302.48 32 76.2 J-83 304.51 11 75.3 J-84 304.9 0 75.1 J-81 304.88 11 75.1 FH 5 304.82 0 75.2 1-85 305.58 0 74.8 J-75 301.73 11 76.6 FH 8 299.53 11 77.5 1-73 298.61 0 77.9 J-72 302.09 0 76.4 FH 7 302.74 32 76.1 APPENDIX C WATERCAD ANALYSIS SUMMARY- FIRE FLOW DEMAND @ FH7 Appendix C WaterCAD Analysis Summary Pipe Analysis-Fire Flow Demand(FH-7) Pipe Number Length(ft) Size(in) Material Hazen Flow(gpm) Velocity(ft/s) Williams C EX-P-1 641 8 PVC 150 -188 1.2 , EX-P-2 736 8 PVC 150 -329 2.1 EX-P-3 337 12 PVC 150 1,192 3.38 EX-P-4 95 12 PVC 150 967 2.74 P-1 368 12 PVC 150 967 2.74 EX-P-8 230 8 PVC 150 175 1.12 EX-P-10 431 8 PVC 150 229 1.46 EX-P-12 153 8 PVC 150 240 1.53 EX-P-13 226 8 PVC 150 240 1.53 P-12 343 8 PVC 150 222 1.42 P-8 418 8 PVC 150 139 0.89 P-7 298 8 PVC 150 128 0.81 P-6 9 8 PVC 150 -470 3 P-5 398 8 PVC 150 -470 3 P-2 100 12 PVC 150 497 1.41 P-3 30 12 PVC 150 497 1.41 EX-P-7 613 6 PVC 150 -102 1.16 EX-P-6 618 6 PVC 150 -73 0.83 EX-P-5 180 8 PVC 150 -225 1.43 EX-P-9 254 8 PVC 150 72 0.46 EX-P-11 159 6 PVC 150 -28 0.32 P-14 547 6 PVC 150 -77 0.88 P-13 691 6 PVC 150 -116 1.32 EX-P-14 96 6 PVC 150 -151 1.72 P-10 48 6 PVC 150 -598 6.79 P-11 43 6 PVC 150 -11 0.13 P-41 40 12 PVC 150 0 0 P-9 48 8 PVC 150 83 0.53 P-RES 29 12 PVC 150 1,547 4.39 P-86 578 6 PVC 150 -20 0.23 P-87 333 6 PVC 150 -52 0.59 P-84 62 8 PVC 150 0 0 P-81 138 8 PVC 150 73 0.46 P-82 9 8 PVC 150 62 0.4 P-83 335 8 PVC 150 62 0.4 P-8/ 71 8 PVC 150 0 0 P-76 265 6 PVC 150 486 5.52 P-75 320 6 PVC 150 476 5.4 P-74 27 6 PVC 150 465 5.28 P-73 370 6 PVC 150 465 5.28 P-72 14 6 PVC 150 465 5.28 P-71 596 6 PVC 150 -566 6.43 WaterCAD Analysis Summary Junction Analysis- Fire Flow Demand(FH-7) Junction Junction Elevation Demand Pressure (gpm) (psi) EX-J-1 306.89 14 55.9 EX-J-2 306.58 69 56.2 EX-J-3 302 26 58.8 EX-1-4 302.5 0 58.2 1-1 302.38 0 58.2 J-2 302.15 0 58 J-3 301.66 11 58.1 EX-J-8 307.8 48 55.5 EX-J-11 307.6 17 55.4 EX-J-13 306.7 0 55.7 J-12 305.69 18 56.1 J-9 305.41 0 56 1-8 303.76 0 56.7 J-7 302.7 0 57.1 FH-2 302.66 0 57.1 FH-1 301.84 0 58.1 EX-J-7 305.6 44 56.6 EX-J-6 304.31 0 57.3 1-14 307 50 55.7 FH-3 304.86 39 56.7 J-13 304.56 35 57.1 J-10 302.84 32 56.6 J-11 304.36 32 56.4 J-4 301.64 0 58.2 J-15 305.59 11 56 FH 6 302.48 32 57.3 J-83 304.51 11 56.4 J-84 304.9 0 56.2 J-81 304.88 11 56.3 FH 5 304.82 0 56.3 J-85 305.58 0 56 J-75 301.73 11 56.4 FH 8 299.53 11 55.4 J-73 298.61 0 55.6 J-72 302.09 0 51.9 FH 7 302.74 1,032 51.5 APPENDIX D WATERCAD ANALYSIS SUMMARY- FIRE FLOW DEMAND @ FH8 Appendix D WaterCAD Analysis Summary Pipe Analysis-Fire Flow Demand(FH-8) Pipe Number Length(ft) Size(in) Material Hazen- Flow(gpm) Velocity(ft/s) Williams C EX-P-1 641 8 PVC 150 -176 1.12 EX-P-2 736 8 PVC 150 -319 2.04 EX-P-3 337 12 PVC 150 1,202 3.41 EX-P-4 95 12 PVC 150 997 2.83 P-1 368 12 PVC 150 997 2.83 EX-P-8 230 8 PVC 150 162 1.04 EX-P-10 431 8 PVC 150 209 1.33 EX-P-12 153 8 PVC 150 210 1.34 EX-P-13 226 8 PVC 150 210 1.34 P-12 343 8 PVC 150 192 1.23 P-8 418 8 PVC 150 116 0.74 P-7 298 8 PVC 150 98 0.62 P-6 9 8 PVC 150 -372 2.37 P-5 398 8 PVC 150 -372 2.37 P-2 100 12 PVC 150 625 1.77 P-3 30 12 PVC 150 625 1.77 EX-P-7 613 6 PVC 150 -94 1.07 EX-P-6 618 6 PVC 150 -64 0.72 EX-P-5 180 8 PVC 150 -205 1.31 EX-P-9 254 8 PVC 150 74 0.47 EX-P-11 159 6 PVC 150 -18 0.21 P-14 547 6 PVC 150 -68 0.77 P-13 691 6 PVC 150 -107 1.21 EX-P-14 96 6 PVC 150 -142 1.61 P-10 48 6 PVC 150 -470 5.33 P-11 43 6 PVC 150 -18 0.21 P-4 40 12 PVC 150 0 0 P-9 48 8 PVC 150 76 0.49 P-RES 29 12 PVC 150 1,547 4.39 P-86 578 6 PVC 150 -13 0.15 P-87 333 6 PVC 150 -45 0.5 P-84 62 8 PVC 150 0 0 P-81 138 8 PVC 150 66 0.42 P-82 9 8 PVC 150 55 0.35 P-83 335 8 PVC 150 55 0.35 P-85 71 8 PVC 150 0 0 P-76 265 6 PVC 150 614 6.97 P-75 320 6 PVC 150 604 6.85 P-74 27 6 PVC 150 -407 4.62 P-73 370 6 PVC 150 -407 4.62 P-72 14 6 PVC 150 -407 4.62 P-71 596 6 PVC 150 -438 4.97 WaterCAD Analysis Summary Junction Analysis-Fire Flow Demand(FH-8) Junction Junction Elevation Demand Pressure (gpm) (psi) EX-J-1 306.89 14 56 EX-J-2 306.58 69 56.3 EX-J-3 302 26 58.8 EX-J-4 302.5 0 58.2 1-1 302.38 0 58.1 J-2 302.15 0 57.9 J-3 301.66 11 58.1 EX-J-8 307.8 48 55.5 EX-J-11 307.6 17 55.5 EX-J-13 306.7 0 55.8 J-12 305.69 18 56.2 J-9 305.41 0 56.2 J-8 303.76 0 56.9 J-7 302.7 0 57.3 FH-2 302.66 0 57.3 FH-1 301.84 0 58 EX-J-7 305.6 44 56.7 EX-J-6 304.31 0 57.3 J-14 307 50 55.7 FH-3 304.86 39 56.8 1-13 304.56 35 57.2 J-10 302.84 32 57 J-11 304.36 32 56.6 J-4 301.64 0 58.2 J-15 305.59 11 56.1 FH 6 302.48 32 57.4 J-83 304.51 11 56.6 J-84 304.9 0 56.4 1-81 304.88 11 56.4 FH 5 304.82 0 56.4 J-85 305.58 0 56.1 J-75 301.73 11 55.4 FH 8 299.53 1,011 53.3 J-73 298.61 0 53.8 J-72 302.09 0 54 FH 7 302.74 32 53.8 Water System Report for The Barracks II Subdivision Phase 107 College Station, Texas October 2014 Prepared By: Schultz Engineering, LLC TBPE Firm Registration No. 12327 2730 Longmire, Suite A College Station, Texas 77845 979.764.3900e* '` 1 *11' * \it* 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Tkiiii*.rz ... .********.... ...,*.. ... • .. , I ' 3•�Bnyyy a e w j.... "1TASRll1� L l . /o•-/re./' F-12327 SCHULTZ ENGINEERING, LLC. General Information Location: Phase 107 is located northeast of Phase 106 and northwest of Phase 108 of the Barracks II Development. The Barracks II Subdivision is a 108- acre development located midway between Rock Prairie Road and Cain Road in south College Station. It is bounded on the west by Holleman Drive South and on the east by Old Wellborn Road. General Note: The water lines to serve these 63 residential lots will be a 6" line along Kimber Lane, 6" line along Old Wellborn Road and a 6" & 12" line along Deacon Drive. These lines will create a loop in the system. These lines will connect to existing waterlines constructed in previous phases. Land Use: Single family residential Design Criteria/Analysis Primary Water Supply: Existing 12"water line along Deacon Drive and existing 6"waterline along Kimber Lane. Existing System Pressure Tests: Flow Hydrant-See Appendix A Flowrate: 1,300 gpm Static Pressure: 75 psi Residual Pressure: 65 psi Exhibits: Exhibit A—Water Layout Appendix A— Hydrant Flow Test Results Appendix B— WaterCAD Analysis Summary—Domestic Demand Appendix C— WaterCAD Analysis Summary—Fire Flow Demand @ FH7 Appendix D— WaterCAD Analysis Summary—Fire Flow Demand @ FH8 Fire Flow: 1,000 gpm for Single Family Residential Domestic Use 1.5 gpm per lot for Single Family Residential Phases 107—63 Lots= 94.5 gpm Total Domestic Demand=94.5 gpm The proposed 12"& 6"waterlines are in accordance with the BCS Water Design Guidelines. This report provides the results of the water system analysis under the fire flow and domestic demand requirements, (1,552 gpm)which produced the lowest pressure in the system. 1 i . Summary of Calculations Pressure 73.9 Domestic Demand Min. Velocity Max 1.55 1 Pressure Domestic Demand & Fire Min. 51.5 Hydrant 7 Velocity Max 6.79 Pressure 53.3 Domestic Demand & Fire Min. Hydrant 8 Velocity Max 6.97 The minimum pressure(51.5 psi)for this system occurs when a Fire Flow demand is set at Fire Hydrant Number 7. The Max Velocity for this system occurs at the same demand when the velocity in Pipe P-76 has a velocity of 6.97 fps. All of these pressures exceeds the 20 psi and 35 psi minimum pressure requirements,respectively. The maximum pipe velocities are less than 12 fps. Conclusion The proposed 12" and 6" water lines meet or exceed all of the design criteria for the City of College Station and the Wellborn Special Utility District. It will provide adequate water pressure, flowrate and velocity for both domestic and fire flow demands. 1 EXHIBIT A WATER LAYOUT APPENDIX A WELLBORN SUD FLOW TEST REPORT Appendix A SCHULTZ ENGINEERING, LLC FIRM #12327 WATER SYSTEM FIRE HYDRANT FLOW TEST REPORT 9-19-2013 Date: Water System Owner: Wellborn SUD The Barracks II Subdivision Development Project: Papa Bear Drive & Towers Parkway Flow Test Location: Nozzle size (in.): _2.5 Discharge Coeff: (c) =0.90 60 Pitot Reading (psi): Flowrate Formula: Q=29.84cd2p"2 1300 c= discharge coeff. Flowrate (gpm): d =orifice size (in) P = pitot pressure (psi) Hayes Lane and Papa Bear Drive Pressure Gauge Location: 75 Static Pressure (psi): 65 Residual Pressure (psi): 3265 Computed Discharge at 20 psi Residual Pressure: OR= Discharge Formula: OR = QF X (hr054/hf0.54) Note: The flow test and report were prepared in accordance with NFPA 291. Joe Schultz Report Prepared by: Ricky Flores Others Present: _Clenden Adams —Wellborn SUD Britt Curless APPENDIX B WATERCAD ANALYSIS SUMMARY- DOMESTIC DEMAND Appendix B WaterCAD Analysis Summary Pipe Analysis- Domestic Demand Pipe Number Length (ft) Size(in) Material Hazen- Flow(gpm) Velocity(ft/s) Williams C EX-P-1 641 8 PVC 150 -68 0.43 EX-P-2 736 8 PVC 150 -159 1.02 EX-P-3 337 12 PVC 150 362 1.03 EX-P-4 95 12 PVC 150 213 0.6 P-1 368 12 PVC 150 213 0.6 EX-P-8 230 8 PVC 150 54 0.35 EX-P-10 431 8 PVC 150 42 0.27 EX-P-12 153 8 PVC 150 -6 0.04 EX-P-13 226 8 PVC 150 -6 0.04 P-12 343 8 PVC 150 -24 0.15 P-8 418 8 PVC 150 -63 0.4 P-7 298 8 PVC 150 -118 0.76 P-6 9 8 PVC 150 -148 0.94 P-5 398 8 PVC 150 -148 0.94 P-2 100 12 PVC 150 65 0.18 P-3 30 12 PVC 150 65 0.18 EX-P-7 613 6 PVC 150 -36 0.41 EX-P-6 618 6 PVC 150 -57 0.64 EX-P-5 180 8 PVC 150 -149 0.95 EX-P-9 254 8 PVC 150 23 0.14 EX-P-11 159 6 PVC 150 32 0.36 P-14 547 6 PVC 150 -18 0.2 P-13 691 6 PVC 150 -57 0.65 EX-P-14 96 6 PVC 150 -92 1.04 P-10 48 6 PVC 150 -30 0.34 P-11 43 6 PVC 150 -55 0.63 P-4 40 12 PVC 150 0 0 P-9 48 8 PVC 150 39 0.25 P-RES 29 12 PVC 150 547 1.55 P-86 578 6 PVC 150 24 0.27 P-87 333 6 PVC 150 -8 0.09 P-84 62 8 PVC 150 0 0 P-81 138 8 PVC 150 29 0.18 P-82 9 8 PVC 150 18 0.12 P-83 335 8 PVC 150 18 0.12 P-85 71 8 PVC 150 0 0 P-76 265 6 PVC 150 54 0.62 P-75 320 6 PVC 150 44 0.5 P-74 27 6 PVC 150 33 0.38 P-73 370 6 PVC 150 33 0.38 P-72 14 6 PVC 150 33 0.38 P-71 596 6 PVC 150 2 0.02 WaterCAD Analysis Summary Junction Analysis-Domestic Demand Junction Junction Elevation Demand Pressure(psi) (gpm) EX-J-1 306.89 14 74.3 EX-J-2 306.58 69 74.4 EX-1-3 302 26 76.6 EX-J-4 302.5 0 76.3 J-1 302.38 0 76.4 1-2 302.15 0 76.4 J-3 301.66 11 76.7 EX-J-8 307.8 48 73.9 EX-J-11 307.6 17 74 EX-J-13 306.7 0 74.3 J-12 305.69 18 74.8 J-9 305.41 0 74.9 J-8 303.76 0 75.6 J-7 302.7 0 76.1 FH-2 302.66 0 76.2 FH-1 301.84 0 76.6 EX-J-7 305.6 44 74.9 EX-J-6 304.31 0 75.5 J-14 307 50 74.2 FH-3 304.86 39 75.1 J-13 304.56 35 75.4 J-10 302.84 32 76.1 J-11 304.36 32 75.4 J-4 301.64 0 76.7 J-15 305.59 11 74.8 FH 6 302.48 32 76.2 J-83 304.51 11 75.3 J-84 304.9 0 75.1 J-81 304.88 11 75.1 FH 5 304.82 0 75.2 J-85 305.58 0 74.8 J-75 301.73 11 76.6 FH 8 299.53 11 77.5 J-73 298.61 0 77.9 J-72 302.09 0 76.4 FH 7 302.74 32 76.1 APPENDIX C WATERCAD ANALYSIS SUMMARY- FIRE FLOW DEMAND @ FH7 Appendix C WaterCAD Analysis Summary Pipe Analysis-Fire Flow Demand(FH-7) Pipe Number Length(ft) Size(in) Material Hazen Flow(gpm) Velocity(ft/s) Williams C EX-P-1 641 8 PVC 150 -188 1.2 EX-P-2 736 8 PVC 150 -329 2.1 EX-P-3 337 12 PVC 150 1,192 3.38 EX-P-4 95 12 PVC 150 967 2.74 P-1 368 12 PVC 150 967 2.74 EX-P-8 230 8 PVC 150 175 1.12 EX-P-10 431 8 PVC 150 229 1.46 EX-P-12 153 8 PVC 150 240 1.53 EX-P-13 226 8 PVC 150 240 1.53 P-12 343 8 PVC 150 222 1.42 P-8 418 8 PVC 150 139 0.89 P-7 298 8 PVC 150 128 0.81 P-6 9 8 PVC 150 -470 3 P-5 398 8 PVC 150 -470 3 P-2 100 12 PVC 150 497 1.41 P-3 30 12 PVC 150 497 1.41 EX-P-7 613 6 PVC 150 -102 1.16 EX-P-6 618 6 PVC 150 -73 0.83 EX-P-5 180 8 PVC 150 -225 1.43 EX-P-9 254 8 PVC 150 72 0.46 EX-P-11 159 6 PVC 150 -28 0.32 P-14 547 6 PVC 150 -77 0.88 P-13 691 6 PVC 150 -116 1.32 EX-P-14 96 6 PVC 150 -151 1.72 P-10 48 6 PVC 150 -598 6.79 P-11 43 6 PVC 150 -11 0.13 P-4 40 12 PVC 150 0 0 P-9 48 8 PVC 150 83 0.53 P-RES 29 12 PVC 150 1,547 4.39 P-86 578 6 PVC 150 -20 0.23 P-87 333 6 PVC 150 -52 0.59 P-84 62 8 PVC 150 0 0 P-81 138 8 PVC 150 73 0.46 P-82 9 8 PVC 150 62 0.4 P-83 335 8 PVC 150 62 0.4 P-85 71 8 PVC 150 0 0 P-76 265 6 PVC 150 486 5.52 P-75 320 6 PVC 150 476 5.4 P-74 27 6 PVC 150 465 5.28 P-73 370 6 PVC 150 465 5.28 P-72 14 6 PVC 150 465 5.28 P-71 596 6 PVC 150 -566 6.43 WaterCAD Analysis Summary Junction Analysis- Fire Flow Demand(FH-7) Junction Junction Elevation Demand Pressure (gpm) (psi) EX-J-1 306.89 14 55.9 EX-J-2 306.58 69 56.2 EX-J-3 302 26 58.8 EX-J-4 302.5 0 58.2 J-1 302.38 0 58.2 J-2 302.15 0 58 J-3 301.66 11 58.1 EX-J-8 307.8 48 55.5 EX-J-11 307.6 17 55.4 EX-J-13 306.7 0 55.7 J-12 305.69 18 56.1 J-9 305.41 0 56 J-8 303.76 0 56.7 J-7 302.7 0 57.1 FH-2 302.66 0 57.1 FH-1 301.84 0 58.1 EX-J-7 305.6 44 56.6 EX-J-6 304.31 0 57.3 J-14 307 50 55.7 FH-3 304.86 39 56.7 J-13 304.56 35 57.1 J-10 302.84 32 56.6 J-11 304.36 32 56.4 J-4 301.64 0 58.2 J-15 305.59 11 56 FH 6 302.48 32 57.3 J-83 304.51 11 56.4 J-84 304.9 0 56.2 J-81 304.88 11 56.3 FH 5 304.82 0 56.3 J-85 305.58 0 56 J-75 301.73 11 56.4 FH 8 299.53 11 55.4 J-73 298.61 0 55.6 J-72 302.09 0 51.9 FH 7 302.74 1,032 51.5 APPENDIX D WATERCAD ANALYSIS SUMMARY- FIRE FLOW DEMAND @ FH8 Appendix D WaterCAD Analysis Summary Pipe Analysis- Fire Flow Demand (FH-8) Pipe Length(ft) Size(in) Material Hazen Flow(gpm) Velocity(ft/s) Number Williams C EX-P-1 641 8 PVC 150 -176 1.12 EX-P-2 736 8 _ PVC 150 -319 2.04 EX-P-3 337 12 PVC 150 1,202 3.41 EX-P-4 95 12 PVC 150 997 2.83 P-1 368 12 PVC 150 997 2.83 EX-P-8 230 8 PVC 150 162 1.04 EX-P-10 431 8 PVC 150 209 1.33 EX-P-12 153 8 PVC 150 210 1.34 EX-P-13 226 8 PVC 150 210 1.34 P-12 343 8 PVC 150 192 1.23 P-8 418 8 PVC 150 116 0.74 P-7 298 8 PVC 150 98 0.62 P-6 9 8 PVC 150 -372 2.37 P-5 398 8 PVC 150 -372 2.37 P-2 100 12 PVC 150 625 1.77 P-3 30 12 PVC 150 625 1.77 EX-P-7 613 6 PVC 150 -94 1.07 EX-P-6 618 6 PVC 150 -64 0.72 EX-P-5 180 8 PVC 150 -205 1.31 EX-P-9 254 8 PVC 150 74 0.47 EX-P-11 159 6 PVC 150 -18 0.21 P-14 547 6 PVC 150 -68 0.77 P-13 691 6 PVC 150 -107 1.21 EX-P-14 96 6 PVC 150 -142 1.61 P-10 48 6 PVC 150 -470 5.33 P-11 43 6 PVC 150 -18 0.21 P-4 40 12 PVC 150 0 0 P-9 48 8 PVC 150 76 0.49 P-RES 29 12 PVC 150 1,547 4.39 P-86 578 6 PVC 150 -13 0.15 P-87 333 6 PVC 150 -45 0.5 P-84 62 8 PVC 150 0 0 P-81 138 8 PVC 150 66 0.42 P-82 9 8 PVC 150 55 0.35 P-83 335 8 PVC 150 55 0.35 P-85 71 8 PVC 150 0 0 P-76 265 6 PVC 150 614 6.97 P-75 320 6 PVC 150 604 6.85 P-74 27 6 PVC 150 -407 4.62 P-73 370 6 PVC 150 -407 4.62 P-72 14 6 PVC 150 -407 4.62 P-71 596 6 PVC 150 -438 4.97 WaterCAD Analysis Summary Junction Analysis- Fire Flow Demand(FH-8) Junction Junction Elevation Demand Pressure (gpm) (psi) EX-J-1 306.89 14 56 EX-J-2 306.58 69 56.3 EX-J-3 302 26 58.8 EX-J-4 302.5 0 58.2 J-1 302.38 0 58.1 J-2 302.15 0 57.9 J-3 301.66 11 58.1 EX-J-8 307.8 48 55.5 EX-J-11 307.6 17 55.5 EX-J-13 306.7 0 55.8 J-12 305.69 18 56.2 J-9 305.41 0 56.2 J-8 303.76 0 56.9 J-7 302.7 0 57.3 FH-2 302.66 0 57.3 FH-1 301.84 0 58 EX-J-7 305.6 44 56.7 EX-J-6 304.31 0 57.3 J-14 307 50 55.7 FH-3 304.86 39 56.8 J-13 304.56 35 57.2 J-10 302.84 32 57 J-11 304.36 32 56.6 J-4 301.64 0 58.2 J-15 305.59 11 56.1 FH 6 302.48 32 57.4 J-83 304.51 11 56.6 J-84 304.9 0 56.4 J-81 304.88 11 56.4 FH 5 304.82 0 56.4 J-85 305.58 0 56.1 J-75 301.73 11 55.4 FH 8 299.53 1,011 53.3 J-73 298.61 0 53.8 J-72 302.09 0 54 FH 7 302.74 32 53.8