Month: November 2017

ICM LID

#SuDS in InfoWorks ICM

#SuDS in InfoWorks ICM

In InfoWorks ICM 6.5 and later the SWMM 5 LID Controls were added to the Subcatchment Grid of ICM. Here is a copy of the ICM Help File. The LID Controls are entered in the Subcatchment Grid (1), in the SuDS or LID Tab (2), it … Read the rest

From 1999 – Stormwater and Wastewater Modeling with Visual Hydro/Visual SWMM

Stormwater and Wastewater Modeling with Visual Hydro/Visual SWMM

Storm Water Management Pond Example with Manhole Flooding, Overland Flow Routing, Pond Evaporation, Pond Losses and Conduit Design.

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Introduction

Visual Hydro/Visual SWMM can comprehensively model storm water management systems that include mixtures of open channel and closed conduits. It can also … Read the rest

Gutter Flow in Innovyze H2OCalc

Gutter Flow

Gutters are the sections of roadway that run adjacent to the curb. Their purpose is to collect and convey surface runoff to drainage inlets and in turn to underground storm sewers. The corresponding spread of water onto the pavement, or top width of flow measured perpendicular to the … Read the rest

Flow Calculator (Simple in Innovyze H2OCalc) – Option for SWMM6?

2.3.1 Flow Calculator (Simple in Innovyze H2OCalc)

The Flow Calculator category performs hydraulic calculations for the following elements: Circular Channel, Rectangular Channel, Triangular Channel, Trapezoidal Channel, Irregular Channel, and Pressurized Pipe.

Circular Channel

The circular channel dialog box is shown below.

Input for circular channel:

  • Flow Unit – Select the
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Computational Methods for the SWMM5 Model in InfoSWMM and InfoSWMM SA

Computational Methods for the SWMM5 Model in InfoSWMM and InfoSWMM SA

InfoSWMM and InfoSWMM SA is a physically based, discrete-time simulation model. It employs principles of conservation of mass, energy, and momentum wherever appropriate. This section briefly describes the methods InfoSWMM and InfoSWMM SA uses to model stormwater runoff quantity … Read the rest

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