Once the model has been successfully simulated using the Run Manager, you can review the 2D simulation output. You can review the output by creating any of three types of output objects. The following output objects are available:
2.2 Understanding the 2D Mesh (Zone) in InfoSWMM 2D
The 2D zone, alternatively described as a mesh, consists of a series of contiguous triangles, whose shared boundaries cover the catchment surface. The height of each point on each triangle is derived from a ground model GRID or TIN.
2.1 Understanding the 1D/2D Connection in InfoSWMM 2D
The 2D Output HTML file of InfoSWMM 2D shows the Total 2D Inflows at each node by Mesh ID. You can either graph, report use the 2D Graphs in InfoSWMM to also see these flows but in addition there is a Section … Read the rest
How to See the Highest Continuity Errors Table in the Output Report Manager
In the output text report file of InfoSWMM, InfoSWMM SA and SWMM5 there is the Highest Node Continuity Error Table. The Table shows the highest 20 Nodes for percent node continuity errors and the actual continuity error … Read the rest
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Storage Units are drainage system nodes that provide storage volume. Physically they could represent storage facilities as small as a catchbasin or as large as a lake. The volumetric properties of a storage unit are described by a function or table of surface area … Read the rest
Orifices are used to model outlet and diversion structures in drainage systems, which are typically openings in the wall of a manhole, storage facility, or control gate. They are internally represented in InfoSWMM and InfoSWMM SA as a link connecting two nodes. An orifice can … Read the rest
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Transects refer to the geometric data that describe how bottom elevation varies with horizontal distance over the cross section of a natural channel or irregular-shaped conduit. The figure below displays an example of a transect for a natural channel.
This is a new curve type that is used to construct custom shape for closed conduits that cannot be reasonably defined using any of the existing shape types supported by InfoSWMM. The curve represents depth to full depth ratio on the Y-axis, … Read the rest
Weirs, like orifices, are used to model outlet and diversion structures in a drainage system. Weirs are typically located in a manhole, along the side of a channel, or within a storage unit. They are internally represented in InfoSWMM and InfoSWMM SA as a link … Read the rest
All the commands for the Tools Menu commands in InfoSWMM.
Use the different options provided here to run your model (Run Manager and Batch Simulation Manager) and analyze your results through the different options such as the Customized Report, Query report, Output Report Manager. Modify … Read the rest
Descriptions of All Scenario Menu commands in InfoSWMM.
The Scenario Manger is where InfoSWMM allows the user to create, delete and modify scenarios. The Scenario Manager is what allows the user to create "what if" situations throughout a sewage collection system.
Descriptions of All Exchange Menu commands in InfoSWMM.
InfoSWMM supports the following data exchange functionality. The Exchange Menu contains the following commands that provide various data exchange functionality. Please refer to the data exchange section for details on how to use the functionality listed under this menu.