Month: February 2015

Innovyze Releases SWMMLive Generation V5.5, Powering Real-Time Stormwater, Wastewater and Watershed Modeling

Press Room | Products | News | Events | The Company   Innovyze Releases SWMMLive Generation V5.5, Powering Real-Time Stormwater, Wastewater and Watershed Modeling Latest Release Features Comprehensive Exporting and Reporting Tools and Significant Usability Enhancements Broomfield, Colorado, USA, February […]

Water is good; it benefits all things and does not compete with them.(Lao-tzu)

I saw this website on LinkedIn and was interested in the use of Chinese and Japanese characters for water. http://www.flood-risk-bolivia.eu.pn/index.html

“The present research is supported by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Sciences (JSPS). The project began its research activities on November 2014. The logo selected is quite simple but meaningful. It consists on the map of Bolivia and inside the map it is the kanji for the word Shuǐ (Chinese) or Mizu (Japanese) that means water. The kanji looks like a drop water. It was decided to use the symbol of water, as everything relates somehow to water. Water is the most vital element for life, but it can also become the most destructive force.”
“Water is good; it benefits all things and does not compete with them.” (Lao-tzu)

Robert Dickinson Product Sector Leader (PSL) for Innovyze Inc.

My PSL Software at @Innovyze and My Help for Other Software Or How I Can Help You

Product Sector Leader with @Innovyze for InfoSWMM and InfoSewer, 37+ years w/ SWMM3/4/5! 8 Years w/ @Innovyze! 8 years @CDMSmith 8 years w/ XPSWMM 15 years @UF

PSL: InfoSWMM , InfoSewer, H2OMAP SWMM, H2OMAP SEWER and InfoSWMM Suite, InfoSWMM 2D

Other : ICM, ICM SE, IWCS, SWMMLive, SWMM5, InfoSWMM SFEM, InfoSWMM SUSTAIN, Any Other Innovyze Product (less)

How to Make a Break Node in SWMM5 and InfoSWMM for Force Mains

The key problem discussed here is to keep the Force Mains full or d/D equal to 1 when the pumps turn on, it is sometimes difficult to get it to work like ICM or IWCS due to the fact that there is only one Q in the link of the SWMM 5 solution compared to the 4 or more flow points in the IWCS solution. I have suggested in past that the user add a break node in the force main at the end so that the downstream end of the Force Main is full – however does not always work if there is a gravity main at the end of the rising force main. The gravity main takes all of the flow coming down the long force main and the downstream node depth stays small so the Force Main is never full – this annoys the customers. My suggestion is to increase the gravity main roughness to simulate the effect of the force main transitioning to the gravity main – this keeps the depth higher and the force main full most of the time and full when the pump turns on.

InfoSWMM and H20Map SWMM and their Relationship to FEMA Approved SWMM 5 Engines

The purpose of this note is to show how InfoSWMM is related to various SWMM 5 engines. InfoSWMM is a ESRI Arc Map Interface to the properties of the SWMM 5 engine using model development tools created by Innovyze for InfoWater and InfoSewer. It uses a recompiled SWMM 5 engine for the purposes of integration with Arc GIS but the underlying engine code is the EPA SWWM 5 code. InfoSWMM has very good import and export tools for reading and writing SWMM 5 files. InfoSWMM does not have to be on the official FEMA list as it uses and exports the FEMA approved current SWMM 5 engine.

Innovyze Job Opening for Client Service Managers/Technical Sales Managers (Monrovia, CA, Broomfield, CO and Wallingford, UK)

Client Service Managers/Technical Sales Managers (Monrovia, CA, Broomfield, CO and Wallingford, UK)
We have immediate full-time openings for ambitious, enthusiastic and outgoing client service managers/technical sales managers (technical sales professionals) for supporting our Marketing Team with sales and events through demos and benchmarks. You will also be responsible for creating and managing new businesses and maintaining excellent client relationships for existing accounts. We are seeking candidates who enjoy working with a team and have strong oral communication skills for the development of technical demos, interfacing with customers, and participating in trade shows.

Qualifications: A degree in civil or environmental engineering or a related field; extensive knowledge of EPANET and SWMM5; excellent communication, presentation and negotiation skills.

If interested, please send your resume (CV) to Tim Gallagher at Timothy.J.Gallagher@innovyze.com.