Month: July 2017

What are the Options for LID Inflow and Outflow In SWMM 5?

What are the Options for LID Inflow and Outflow in SWMM 5?

The Runoff Surfaces in SWMM 5 are:

1. Pervious area with either Green Ampt, Horton or CN Infiltration

2. Impervious area without Depression Storage or Initial Losses

3. Impervious area with Depression Storage or Initial Losses

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Continuous simulation using SWMM 5 LID and groundwater features in a linked 1D/2D network using InfoSWMM 2D for a 50 year period

Continuous simulation using SWMM 5 LID and groundwater features in a linked 1D/2D
network using InfoSWMM 2D for a 50 year period
Robert Dickinson, Chun-Hou Orr, Feng Shang
Innovyze Inc., USA

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FIPR, ESE Report – Ecological Considerations of Reclaimed Lakes in Central Florida’s Phosphate Region.

03-018-030

Ecological Considerations of Reclaimed Lakes in Central Florida’s Phosphate Region. Volume 2.

Oliver C. Boody et al., Environmental Science & Engineering, Inc. May 1985.

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Ecological Considerations of Reclaimed Lakes in Central Florida’s Phosphate Region. Volume 1.

Oliver C. Boody et al., Environmental Science & Engineering, Inc. May 1985.

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Visual Hydro: Merging the Engineering of SWMM to a Comprehensive Civil Engineering Design Software Package (CAiCE)

A presentation from 1999 (pre Y2K) on Visual Hydro…. toronto99

Anthony Kuch, Robert Dickinson, Alan Akman and Jayant Keskar  CAiCE Software Corporation    

February 18, 1999

1999 Stormwater and Water Systems Modeling

Mississauga, ON

A small note on my background with Visual Hydro, Visual SWMM and CAiCE Software

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#SWMM3 and #SWMM4 Acknowledgments, includes mention of #PCSWMM

A note from the past, the SWMM3 and SWMM4 Acknowledgments from their respective manuals for the sake of posterity and in thanks for all of their past efforts.

SWMM4 Acknowledgments

Maintenance and updating of the EPA SWMM has been continuous since its

inception in 1969-70.

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LID, BMP, Cost Functions in InfoSWMM Sustain 3.0

Designed in response to the needs of watershed and stormwater engineering professionals, InfoSWMM Sustain performs very sophisticated hydrologic and water quality modeling in watersheds and urban streams and enables users to develop, evaluate, and select optimal best management practice (BMP), Low Impact Development (LID) and Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SUDS) … Read the rest

Underdrains for LIDs, SuDs or WSuDs in #SWMM5

The reason for this blog: The following is an excerpt from the EPA manual Storm Water Management Model Reference Manual Volume III – Water Quality (PDF) which can be found here

Underdrains are used in the following LID Controls

6.5.1 Underdrains

Underdrains are either recommended or required when the natural … Read the rest

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