Month: July 2015

Rawls & Brakensiek soil parameter estimates for #SWMM5 and #INFOSWMM

The original source is

http://www.gsshawiki.com/Infiltration:Parameter_Estimates

and has been modified to have values in mm instead of cm

Infiltration:Parameter Estimates

It is best to use soil property and Green-Ampt infiltration parameters derived from field and laboratory measurements of infiltration on the study watershed. Even under controlled conditions hydraulic soil property measurements

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How to Make an Upstream Interface file for a Downstream InfoSWMM Network

How to Make an Upstream Interface file for two InfoSWMM Runs

Subject:  How to Make a SWMM 5 Interface File from InfoSWMM  for  later usage

The steps are easy:

1.       Make all Downstream Links from you nodes Inactive by using the Facility Manager

2.       Change the Downstream node to an

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The Structure of InfoSWMM, InfoSewer or InfoWater in Arc GIS

The Structure of InfoSWMM, InfoWater and InfoSewer in Arc GIS

The Structure of InfoSWMM, InfoWater and InfoSewer in Arc GIS

1. InfoSWMM or InfoSewer or Infowater is an extension of Arc GIS

2. InfoSWMM or InfoSewer or Infowater Layers are shown on the Arc GIS Table of Contents

3.

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How to Make a SWMM 5 Interface File from InfoSWMM

How to Make a SWMM 5 Interface File from InfoSWMM

Subject:  How to Make a SWMM 5 Interface File from InfoSWMM

The steps are easy:

1.       Make all Links Inactive by using the Facility Manager

2.      Save the flows to the OUTFLOWS file of InfoSWMM

3.      The Outlet Node of

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H2S Modeling in an InfoSWMM Pond

The control of odorous gases and the corrosion of sewers are the two most important problems in operating wastewater collection systems.  H2S is the most commonly known and prevalent odorous gas associated with domestic wastewater collection and treatment systems.  InfoSewer. InfoSWMM, H2OMap SWMM or H2Read the rest

Simulation Task Manager in InfoSWMM and H2OMap SWMM

Several factors can effect the processing time needed to run simulations of sewer networks including computer hardware, simulation timestep, reporting timestep, size of the network, length of simulation, sophistication of the simulation (e.g. controls, 2D) etc. Even though our products utilize the most robust solution engines possible, simulations can take … Read the rest

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