Month: September 2016

Innovyze Releases IWLive Pro to Support Wider Scope of Utility Decision Making

Innovyze Releases IWLive Pro to Support Wider Scope of Utility Decision Making

Revolutionary New Release Powers 64-Bit Real-Time Water Network Modeling, Operation and Management, Dramatically Improves Speed and Reliability, Enables Greater Flexibility for High-Performance Analysis

Broomfield, Colorado, USA, September 27, 2016Innovyze, a leading global innovator of business analytics

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Components Of Genetic Algorithms in #InfoSWMM

Components Of Genetic Algorithms in #InfoSWMM

Standard genetic algorithms involve three basic functions: selection, crossover, and mutation. Each function is briefly described below.

Selection – Individuals in a population are selected for reproduction according to their fitness values. In biology, fitness is the number of offspring that survive to reproduction. … Read the rest

Physical Components (Nodes, Links and Pumps) in #InfoSewer

Physical Components

InfoSewer/Pro conceptualizes a sewer collection network as a collection of links connected together at their endpoints, called nodes. The nodes represent manholes, wet-wells, and outlets while the links represent pipes and pumps. The sewer system can be of any topological configuration and can contain multiple loops and outlets.… Read the rest

Combined Sewer Systems in #InfoSWMM

Example 8. Combined Sewer Systems

This example demonstrates how to model systems that convey both sanitary wastewater and stormwater through the same pipes. Systems like these are known as combined sewer systems and are still quite common in older communities and cities. During periods of moderate to heavy rainfall the … Read the rest

Setting Controls For The Pump and Orifice in #InfoSWMM and #SWMM5

Setting Controls For The Pump and Orifice

Using H2OMap SWMM , you may control the operational status of pumps and flow regulating structures by specifying their initial status, using the simple control rule, or using the RTC rule functionality. You will utilize all these three features to set the operational … Read the rest

Water Quality in InfoSewer and H2OMap Sewer

Quality Model

The purpose of the quality model is to simulate pollutant loading and buildup, washoff, as well as individual domestic, commercial and industrial contributions, and transport. Seven different types of quality analyses can be carried out by InfoSewer/Pro and are explained below.

POLLUTANT TRANSPORT

InfoSewer/Pro can effectively simulate the … Read the rest

Innovyze presenta Infomaster ACCV: Integral de la vida económica Análisis de Ciclo de costos ayuda a los Servicios Públicos de Agua Cerrar Brecha de Infraestructura, Meet ASCE Grand Challenge

Innovyze presenta Infomaster ACCV: Integral de la vida económica Análisis de Ciclo de costos ayuda a los Servicios Públicos de Agua Cerrar Brecha de Infraestructura, Meet ASCE Grand Challenge
Revolucionaria nueva extensión permite a los usuarios Optimizar rehabilitación, rendimiento, valor y costes totales de propiedad de proyectos de infraestructura durante
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A Visual Look at a Series of HW Force Mains in #InfoSWMM and #SWMM5

A Visual Look at a series of Hazen Williams friction loss HW Force Mains in #InfoSWMM and #SWMM5.  All of these graphs were made in the advanced graphical tools of InfoSWMM.

The figures show the progress of the water downstream along with comments on individual terms. Here is the  list … Read the rest

Innovyze Introduces InfoMaster LCCA: Comprehensive Economic Life Cycle Cost Analysis Helps Water Utilities Close Infrastructure Gap, Meet ASCE Grand Challenge

Innovyze Introduces InfoMaster LCCA: Comprehensive Economic Life Cycle Cost Analysis Helps Water Utilities Close Infrastructure Gap, Meet ASCE Grand Challenge

Revolutionary New Extension Lets Users Optimize Rehabilitation, Performance, Value and Total Ownership Costs of Infrastructure Projects Over Their Economic Life Cycles

Broomfield, Colorado, USA, September 13, 2016Innovyze, a

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Graphical View of the Runoff process in #SWMM5 and #INFOSWMM

Here is a graphical view of the nonlinear runoff processes in InfoSWMM and SWMM5:

1. Three runoff surfaces

a. Impervious with Depression Storage

b. Pervious

c. Impervious without Depression Storage

2. Slope (same for all runoff surfaces)

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Using Delphi XE7 with the EPA SMMM 5.1.012 GUI

Note – these are the steps I took to add the GUI code for SWMM 5.1.011 to my newer Delphi XE7.   SWMM 5 GUI uses Delphi XE2

CONTENTS OF SWMM51011_GUI.ZIP
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This archive contains source code for the Windows graphical user
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German Hydrology in InfoSWMM 14.5 and H2OMAP SWMM 14.5

German Hydrology in InfoSWMM 14.5 and H2OMAP SWMM 14.5

This blog describes how the German Runoff hydrology converts precipitation excess (rainfall and/or snowmelt less infiltration, evaporation, and initial abstraction) into surface runoff (overland flow). InfoSWMM is a distributed model as it allows a study area to be subdivided into any

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Tutorial 8 Optimizing Bio-Retention Cells for InfoSWMM Sustain

Tutorial 8 Optimizing Bio-Retention Cells for InfoSWMM Sustain

This example shows the importance of a treatment train, the percent imperious draining to the LID’s on a Subcatchment, the importance of optimizing for the number of units, area and soil thickness. Sustain will optimize the number of Bio Cells on the … Read the rest

Tutorial 7 Optimizing Swales in InfoSWMM Sustain

Tutorial 7 Optimizing Swales in InfoSWMM Sustain

This example shows the importance of a treatment train, the percent imperious draining to the LID’s on a Subcatchment, the importance of optimizing for the number of units, area and soil thickness. Sustain will optimize the number of Swales on the ten Subcatchments.… Read the rest

Tutorial 6 Optimizing Rain Gardens in InfoSWMM Sustain

Tutorial 6 Optimizing Rain Gardens in InfoSWMM Sustain

This example shows the importance of a treatment train, the percent imperious draining to the LID’s on a Subcatchment, the importance of optimizing for the number of units, area and soil thickness. Sustain will optimize the number of Rain Gardens on the … Read the rest

Tutorial 3 Optimizing Green Roofs in InfoSWMM Sustain

Tutorial 3 Optimizing Green Roofs in InfoSWMM Sustain

This example shows the importance of a treatment train, the percent imperious draining to the LID’s on a Subcatchment, the importance of optimizing for the number of units, area and soil thickness. Sustain will optimize the number of Green Roofs on the … Read the rest

Tutorial 2 Optimizing Rain Barrels for InfoSWMM Sustain

Tutorial 2 Optimizing Rain Barrels for InfoSWMM Sustain

This example shows the importance of a treatment train, the percent imperious draining to the LID’s on a Subcatchment, the importance of optimizing for the number of units, area and soil thickness. Sustain will optimize the number of Rain Barrels on the … Read the rest

Tutorial 11 Importing a LID from InfoSWMM LID Coverage DB Table to InfoSWMM Sustain

Tutorial 11 Importing a LID from InfoSWMM LID Coverage DB Table

In addition to the LID Candidates found by the Siting Manager or added by the Sustain User directly to the LID Candidates Grid you can also import any LID’s defined in the LID Usage DB Table. Three ways to … Read the rest

Tutorial 13 How are the Costs Used in the LID Candidate Table for InfoSWMM Sustain?

Tutorial 13 How are the Costs Used in the LID Candidate Table for InfoSWMM Sustain?

There are seven type of costs associated with a LID or SuDS in InfoSWMM Sustain as shown in the following table.

Type of Cost Description of Cost
Linear Cost Cost per linear unit of the
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Tutorial 1 Creating a Simple Green Roof Optimization for InfoSWMM Sustain

Tutorial 1 Creating a Simple Green Roof Optimization for InfoSWMM Sustain

In Tutorial 1 we will use the Siting Manager to Site Green Roof LID Types for later Optimization and Export to the InfoSWMM LID Usage DB Table. Tutorial 1 is designed for first-time users of InfoSWMM Sustain and provides … Read the rest

Pipe Solutions in InfoSewer & H20Map Sewer

Pipe Solutions in InfoSewer & H20Map Sewer

Pipes/open channels are links that convey wastewater from one point in the network to another. Pipes are closed conduits and are commonly used in sanitary sewer systems and combined sewer systems, whereas open channels are open to the atmosphere and their application is … Read the rest

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