The Junction Dry Weather Flow (DWF) data table stores information regarding the dry weather load (e.g., sanitary loads) entering the collection system at the junction node. Refer to the section on the inflow editor for more information on these input data. The following table shows … Read the rest
The SWMM5 engine uses mean flow as the dry weather flow value (DWF) and not population but does allow weekday, weekend, daily and monthly patterns. You can use these many pattern options to actually use population in the SWMM5 and InfoSWMM dry weather flow tables. Here are the steps as … Read the rest
InfoSWMM and InfoSWMM SA offer an advanced RTC rule that could be used to effectively simulate the operation of pumps and flow regulating structures such as weirs, orifices, and outlets. Unlike Simple Controls, RTC rules allow for the creation of multiple conditions to be … Read the rest
Tutorial 1 Creating a Simple Green Roof Optimization for Sustain 4.0
In Tutorial 1 we will use the Siting Manager to Site Green Roof LID Types for later Optimization and Export to the InfoSWMM LID Usage DB Table. Tutorial 1 is designed for first-time users of InfoSWMM Sustain and provides … Read the rest
InfoSWMM SA Model Explorer - Attribute Browser (AB)
The Attribute Browser (AB) provides you with tools to view, modify and alter data pertaining to any one InfoSWMM SA element such as a pipe, junction, valve, pump, tank and/or a reservoir. It provides also a quick means to inspect output data … Read the rest
Real-Time Control (RTC) Rule Editor in InfoSWMM and InfoSWMM SA
InfoSWMM and InfoSWMM SA offers an advanced RTC rule that could be used to effectively simulate the operation of pumps and flow regulating structures such as weirs, orifices, and outlets. Unlike Simple Controls, RTC rules allow for the creation … Read the rest
Operational control rules determine how pumps and flow regulating structures (i.e., orifice and weir) in the conveyance system will be adjusted over the course of a simulation. InfoSWMM and InfoSWMM SA has the following three control classes.
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I have noticed based on email questions and postings to the SWMM LIst Sever (a great resource hosted by CHI, Inc.) that many SWMM 5 users do not know about the really outstanding documentation on SWMM 5 posted on the EPA Website https://www.epa.gov/water-research/storm-water-management-model-swmm It consists of two now and in the near future three volumes on Hydrology, Water Quality, LID’s and SuDs and Hydraulics. The documentation is fantastically complete with detailed background on the theory, process parameters and completely worked out examples for all of the processes in SWMM5. It is truly an outstanding aid to modelers and modellers worldwide. It would benefit you to read them (if you have not already downloaded the PDF files). Thanks for reading this post