#INFOSWMM

#INFOSWMM

InfoSWMM Designer Tutorial

Introduction to Example One

This project modified in this tutorial illustrates how Designer calculates sewer conduit size, storage volume, and pump size to meet specified design criteria at the minimum cost.

The model schematic is shown on the next page. The model contains two wastewater treatment plants (outfall110 and outfall94), … Read the rest

InfoSWMM 2D Exercises

Chapter 12 Exercises

InfoSWMM 2D

The exercises in this chapter will give you practice in exploring some of the additional reporting features of InfoSWMM 2D.

Exercise 12A Initialize the InfoSWMM 2D Model

In this exercise, you will create a 2D Model in InfoSWMM.

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2D Boundary Type in InfoSWMM 2D

Boundary TypeSelect a Boundary Type for the 2D Boundary polyline. Boundary type effects what happens to the flow when it reaches the boundary. Note: If it is not clear what happens at the boundary then Critical Condition type is recommended.

 

Available types are:

  • Vertical Wall – The boundary
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MM- Storm Water Management Model User’s Manual Version 5

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United States
Environmental Protection
Agency

EPA/600/R - 14/4 13b
Revised September 2015
www2.epa.gov/ water-research

Storm Water Management Model

User’s Manual Version 5.

Office of Research and Development
Water Supply and Water Resources 
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New Engine and GUI Features in InfoSWMM 14.7 which is based on EPA SWMM 5.1.013

New Features in Innovyze SWMM 14.7

New Engine and GUI Features in InfoSWMM 14.7 which is based on EPA SWMM 5.1.013

More about EPA SWMM 5.1.013 https://swmm5.org/2018/08/15/swmm-5-1-update-history-up-to-swmm-5-1-013/

Individual subcatchments can be assigned time patterns that adjust depression storage, pervious surface roughness and infiltration capacity on a monthly basis (see Subcatchment
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Surface Ponding in SWMM5

Surface Ponding

Normally in flow routing, when the flow into a junction exceeds the capacity of the system to transport it further downstream, the excess volume overflows the system and is lost. An option exists to have instead the excess volume be stored atop the junction, in a ponded … Read the rest

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