Month: January 2014

EPA Releases Climate Assessment Update to National Stormwater Calculator

EPA Releases Climate Assessment Update to National Stormwater Calculator
WASHINGTON –Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released phase II of the National Stormwater Calculator and Climate Assessment Tool package. The updated calculator includes future climate vulnerability scenarios.The calculator, a part of President Obama’s Climate Change Action Plan, is
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Surface Ponding and its Impact on Irregular Channels in SWMM5

Surface Ponding and its Impact on Irregular Channels in SWMM5

A few considerations to think about when you are modeling natural channels or irregular channels in SWMM 5:
1. The Maximum depth is limited to the Transect Highest minus the Lowest Elevation
2. If the Maximum depth is reached during
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How InfoSewer and InfoSWMM are Extensions in Arc Map with Add On Extensions with Applications


A Possible Arc Map Extensions
B Possible InfoSWMM Add On Extensions to the basic Arc Map Program
C Applications such as InfoSWMM 2D, RDII Analyst and Risk Assessment Manager that work alongside of InfoSWMM or

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The Life-Cycle of a Single Water Drop, in a Pop-Up Book Animated in Stop-Motion

From Maria Popova

The Life-Cycle of a Single Water Drop, in a Pop-Up Book Animated in Stop-Motion

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Nature’s rhythms in masterful paper engineering.
Given my soft spot for pop-up books, I was instantly taken with this collaboration between paper engineer extraordinaire Helen Friel (who brought us
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A few suggestions for InfoSWMM RAM if a DEM is Not Acceptable to Arc Map

A few  suggestions for InfoSWMM RAM if you get an Arc Map Error Message:

1.       The Elevation TIM or DEM you were using seemed problematic based on the Arc Map Error message (I searched the ESRI database and could not see any easy remedy)
2.      You can make a Contour

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How an Inflow Time Series is Used in ICM compared to SWMM5 using H2OMap SWMM and InfoSWMM

How an Inflow Time Series is Used in ICM compared to SWMM5 using H2OMap SWMM and InfoSWMM.  The main points are illustrated by blue bullet points in Figure 1.  ICM and SWMM 5 both use time series but in SWMM 5 one time series can be applied to multiple nodes.
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How to Create a Geodatabase in InfoWater, InfoSWMM or InfoSewer and InfoSWMM Data Sharing Ideas

How to Create a Geodatabase in InfoWater,  InfoSWMM or InfoSewer (Figure 1) and Ideas for Data Sharing for InfoSWMM or InfoSewer (Figure 2)
How to Create a Geodatabase in InfoWater,  InfoSWMM or InfoSewer
Data Sharing Ideas for InfoSWMM and InfoSewer

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