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
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.
Sanitary sewer system flow has two main components: … Read the rest
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
How to View the Values in the Rasters
You cannot use the TOC Properties dialog in Arc GIS to see the Flow Direction, Raster and the flow Accumulation Rasters. Howerer, you can conver these to Polygons and points using the Convert Tools in Arc Toolbox.
The Flow Direction created by … Read the rest