Category: ICM

SWMM5 Conversion – Subcatchments from SWMM 5 in InfoWorks ICM

SWMM5 Conversion – Subcatchments from SWMM 5 in InfoWorks ICM Information from the following sections of the SWMM5 project file are imported to InfoWorks ICM Subcatchment objects: [SUBCATCHMENTS] [POLYGONS] [SUBAREAS] [INFILTRATION] [HYDROGRAPHS] […]

SWMM5 Project file are imported to InfoWorks ICM

SWMM5 Project file are imported to InfoWorks ICM Information from the following sections of the SWMM5 project file are imported to InfoWorks ICM Link objects: [CONDUITS] [PUMPS] [ORIFICES] [WEIRS] [OUTLETS] [XSECTIONS] [TRANSECTS] […]

New Release of ICM 7 Delivers a Complete Integrated Catchment Management and Flood and Pollution Control Solution of Advanced Simulation Tools with Unsurpassed Performance and Reliability

New Release Delivers a Complete Integrated Catchment Management and Flood and Pollution Control Solution of Advanced Simulation Tools with Unsurpassed Performance and Reliability Broomfield, Colorado, USA, July 26, 2016 — Innovyze, a […]

Innovyze Further Expands RDII Analyst Functionality, Setting New Standard for Sanitary and Combined Sewer System Model Calibration

Innovyze Further Expands RDII Analyst Functionality, Setting New Standard for Sanitary and Combined Sewer System Model Calibration New Features Allow Unprecedented Analysis and Comparison of Rainfall-Derived Inflow and Infiltration Data, Parameters for […]

Updated – Innovyze St Venant Solutions for InfoSWMM, InfoSewer, H2OMap SWMM and InfoWorks ICM and InfoWorks ICM SE

The assumptions behind Lumped and Distributed Models along with the assumptions of the St Venant Equations. InfoSWMMH2OMap SWMM, InfoSWMM, H2OMap SWMM, SWMM5, ICM and ICM SE are all Distributed models for Unsteady flow. InfoSWMM and InfoSWMMH2OMap SWMM have options for direct steady flow. ICM and InfoSWMM can also use a quasi steady flow solution. All of these Innovyze models use the Continuity Equation and Momentum equation for routing flows in links.

Innovyze St Venant Solutions for InfoSewerH20Map Sewer, InfoSWMM, H2OMap SWMM and InfoWorks ICM and InfoWorks ICM SE

This blog contrasts the St Venant Solutions for InfoSewerH20Map Sewer (1), InfoSWMM/H2OMap SWMM and ICM/ICM SE. 1.  Assumptions for the St. Venant Equations The assumptions behind Lumped and Distributed Models along with […]

Creation of Sewer Metering Areas (SMA’s) for Better Asset Management: A Western Virginia Water Authority Study

Creation of Sewer Metering Areas (SMA’s) for Better Asset Management: A Western Virginia Water Authority Study This Webinar concentrates on how Western Virginia Water Authority implemented Sewer Metered Areas (SMA’s) mini zones […]

Innovyze Debuts InfoWorks ICM Executive Suite Edition, Most Comprehensive Watershed Management Technology Release Ever

Innovyze Debuts InfoWorks ICM Executive Suite Edition, Most Comprehensive Watershed Management Technology Release Ever Robust Suite Provides Fully Customizable Integrated Catchment Modeling Solution for Power Decision Making Through Entire Project Lifecycle Broomfield, […]

Water is good; it benefits all things and does not compete with them.(Lao-tzu)

I saw this website on LinkedIn and was interested in the use of Chinese and Japanese characters for water. http://www.flood-risk-bolivia.eu.pn/index.html

“The present research is supported by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Sciences (JSPS). The project began its research activities on November 2014. The logo selected is quite simple but meaningful. It consists on the map of Bolivia and inside the map it is the kanji for the word Shuǐ (Chinese) or Mizu (Japanese) that means water. The kanji looks like a drop water. It was decided to use the symbol of water, as everything relates somehow to water. Water is the most vital element for life, but it can also become the most destructive force.”
“Water is good; it benefits all things and does not compete with them.” (Lao-tzu)

Innovyze Retires InfoWorks CS with Launch of More Powerful Next-Generation InfoWorks ICM SE Collection Systems Modeling Software

Press Room | Products | News | Events | The Company   Innovyze Retires InfoWorks CS with Launch of More Powerful Next-Generation InfoWorks ICM SE Collection Systems Modeling Software New InfoWorks ICM SE Poised to Dominate Sanitary, Storm and Combined […]

Innovyze Debuts Integrated Catchment Modeling Sewer Edition

Press Room | Products | News | Events | The Company   Innovyze Debuts Integrated Catchment Modeling Sewer Edition New InfoWorks ICM SE Delivers Higher Levels of Productivity For Sanitary, Storm and Combined Sewer Modeling and Management Broomfield, Colorado, USA, March […]

Video from @ATSWALKER on The New Risk Master Tool for InfoWorks ICM

Want to know more about the @Innovyze #RiskMaster tool that’s new for InfoWorks ICM v4.5? Watch the video at http://t.co/ld3SMwXq99 — Andrew Walker (@atswalker) January 18, 2014 via Blogger http://ift.tt/Kgyn28

Innovyze Introduces ICMExchange, First Fully Customizable Integrated Catchment Modeling Solution for Power Decision Making

Innovyze Introduces ICMExchange, First Fully Customizable Integrated Catchment Modeling Solution for Power Decision Making New Programmer’s Toolkit for Industry-leading InfoWorks ICM To Support Comprehensive Urban and Rural Catchment Managment As Adoption Expands […]

UK Environment Agency Study Confirms Leading Capabilities of InfoWorks ICM

Press Room | Products | News | Events | The Company   UK Environment Agency Study Confirms Leading Capabilities of InfoWorks ICM Innovyze Smart Integrated Catchment Solution Excels in Examination of Two-Dimensional Modeling Solutions Broomfield, Colorado, USA, August 20, 2013 — Innovyze, a […]

High and Low Estimates of ICM Subcatchment Dimension for SWMM Hydrology

High and Low Estimates of ICM Subcatchment Dimension for SWMM Hydrology   These are the estimates for both SWMM 5, InfoSWMM and ICM SWMM Hydrology, the low estimate is 0.2*SQRT(Area in Feet) and the High Estimate is 5*SQRT(Area in Feet), Figure 1.  You can use higher or lower numbers to calibrate to monitored […]

Types of Stormwater Inlets from HEC12 and HEC22

Note:  Types of Stormwater Inlets from HEC12 and HEC22   Stormwater Inlets consist of four main types (http://onlinemanuals.txdot.gov/txdotmanuals/hyd/storm_drain_inlets.htm) with most common shown in Figure 1.   1.   Curb opening inlets either at a sag or continuous on the street, 2.   Grate Inlets either at a sag or in combination with […]

How to Subdivide Subcatchments in SWMM 5

Subject:   How to Subdivide Subcatchments in SWMM 5   If you want to subdivide a larger Subcatchment in SWMM 5 and get around the same peak flow then a good suggestion would be to make sure that (Figure 1):   1.   The sum […]

Modeling H2S in InfoSWMM, ICM and InfoSewer

Subject:   Modeling H2S in InfoSWMM, ICM and InfoSewer You can model Sulfide in InfoSWMM/ICM and InfoSewer using the H2S water quality modeling option which uses BOD5 loading at nodes to estimate the  S concentration in the nodes and links of the […]

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