# Day: August 3, 2013

## InfoSWMM 2D Layer Properties and Mesh ID

Subject:   InfoSWMM 2D Layer Properties and Mesh ID
You can use the Layer Properties for layers in the Table of Contents to see the Mesh ID and other simulation data for the 2D mesh in InfoSWMM 2D.  The Mesh ID

## InfoSWMM and Arc GIS for Surcharge and Flooded Time

An important advantage of using InfoSWMM is the ability to use all of the Arc GIS layer and programming tools.  For example, you can graph the model results for the flooded and surcharged time in a node using a Bar/Column plot to show the surcharge time in the node and

## InfoSWMM and Arc GIS for Create Graphs Using Network Data and Model Results

An important advantage of using InfoSWMM is the ability to use all of the Arc GIS layer and programming tools.  For example, you can graph the model results in Bar,  Pie, Scatter, Bubble or other types of Graphs once the model data and model result layers are Joined together.  The

## Detention Pond Infiltration and Evaporation Losses in SWMM 5

Subject:  Detention Pond Infiltration and Evaporation Losses
You can also add a storage pond infiltration and surface evaporation losses to the pond.  The surface evaporation is added to theinfiltration (computed from the green ampt parameters); a storage volume summary listing the average and maximum

## Detention Basin Basics in SWMM 5

Subject:  Detention Basin Basics in SWMM 5
What are the basic elements of a detention pond in SWMM 5?  They are common in our backyards and cities and just require a few basic elements to model.  Here is a model in SWMM 5.0.022 that

Note: State InfoSewer solution solves for the link flow and node heads

Here is an example of how the Steady State InfoSewer solution solves for the link flow and node heads or depths:

•         1ST Flow is computed in each link and d and d/D is calculated based on Read the rest

## InfoSewer Maximum Number of Segments Sensitivity

InfoSewer Maximum Number of Segments Sensitivity
The three Run manager parameters, Maximum Number of Segments, Minimum Travel Distance and the Minimum Travel Distance in InfoSewer and H2OMAP Sewer affect the shape and flow attenuation of the flow in a link.  The effect of decreasing the Minimum

## SWMM 5 Clocktime RTC Rules for Pumps, Weirs and Orifices

Subject:  SWMM 5 Clocktime RTC Rules for PumpsWeirs and Orifices

You can use the Control or RTC rules in SWMM 5 to adjust the settings of the weirspumps and orifices based on the clock time each day of your simulation.  Here is an example that will Read the rest

## Additional Suite Features in InfoSWMM and H2OMAP SWMM

1.   Dry Flow Allocation for your Sanitary or Combined Sewer Model
2.   Subcatchment Manager to estimate the impervious, slope, width and area of your Subcatchments,
3.   RDII Analyst to estimate the Infiltration/Inflow into your Sanitary Network,

## Variables for Controlling the Continuity Error in InfoSWMM and H2OMAP SWMM compared to SWMM 5

Time step is always a key parameter in SWMM 5 as it is the main parameter for a user to adjust in case of a significant continuity error.   InfoSWMM has additional flexibility and allows the user to control the number of Picard iterations and the Node continuity stopping tolerance.   SWMM

## Reading the Output of Older SWMM 5 versions in Newer SWMM 5 Versions

Subject:   Reading the Output of Older SWMM 5 versions in Newer SWMM 5 Versions

It is very easy to read the output graphs and output text file from older versions of SWMM 5 in newer versions of SWMM 5 as long as the rules are followed:

1.   You need to … Read the rest

## How to see the effect of the Pump Setting in the RTC Rules of InfoSWMM and H20MAP SWMM

Subject:  How to see the effect of the Pump Setting in the RTC Rules of InfoSWMM and H20MAP SWMM

Step 1.   Pump Startup and Shutoff Depth

Depths to turn the Pump On and turn the Pump Off.  In this example, the pump will be off when the Wet Well Depth Read the rest

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