Month: February 2017

EXTENDED PERIOD DYNAMIC Simulation (UNSTEADY FLOW) in InfoSewer

EXTENDED PERIOD DYNAMIC Simulation (UNSTEADY FLOW) in InfoSewer

InfoSewer tracks the movement of wastewater flowing through the network over an extended period of time under varying wastewater loading and operating conditions. The extended period simulation (EPS) model implemented in InfoSewer is unsteady model and is predicated on solving a simplified

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Dynamic Wave Routing Options in #InfoSWMM and #SWMM5

Dynamic Wave Routing Options

The Dynamic Wave page of the Simulation Options dialog, shown below, sets several parameters that control how the dynamic wave flow routing computations are made. These parameters have no effect for the other flow routing methods.

Contents of this simulation option dialog page are described below:… Read the rest

How to Model Loads and Patterns in InfoSewer

How to Model Loads and Patterns in InfoSewer

In addition to physical components, InfoSewer employs four types of informational objects to describe the behavior and operational aspects of a sewer collection system. The informational objects are loads, curves, patterns, and controls.

Loads

Sanitary sewer system flow has two main components: … Read the rest

#InfoSewer vs #InfoSWMM

#InfoSewer vs #InfoSWMM

A short comparison of the features in InfoSWMM and InfoSewer. , Many of the same rows apply to H2OMap SWMM and H2OMap Sewer.

Feature Class Feature InfoSewer InfoSWMM
Base Functionality Conservative Solution as an option
Public Domain engine
Calibrate model to flow data
Calibration Data
Models siphons
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Porous Pavement LID Control In #SWMM5, #InfoSWMM Sustain

Porous Pavement LID Control

This is an introduction along with images of the LID Control and data require3ments in InfoSWMM. Every InfoSWMM Control uses from one to 5 layers of data – each with different data requirements. You can use the Siting Manger of InfoSWMM Sustain to find LID locations … Read the rest

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