New Features in Innovyze SWMM 14.6 Update 1
New Features in Innovyze SWMM 14.6 Update 1
How to Extract the Engine SWMM5 Calculated Slope in InfoSWMM. The slope is a calculated value in SWMM5.
Please see this other blog for the slope calculations in SWMM5
Step 1 – Run the model
Step 2 – Load the Conduit Summary Table
Step 3 – The slope … Read the rest
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(Mannings n) and its hydraulic conductivity can now be adjusted on a
monthly basis by assigning monthly time patterns to these properties.
For … Read the rest
A few blogs on Force Mains and Pumps in InfoSWMM and InfoSewer:
The all-important Break Node
Theory behind FM Transitions
Pump Summary Table
Import a SWMM5 INP File to InfoSWMM and InfoSWMM SA
Steps to Import SWMM 5 to InfoSWMM and InfoSWMM SA
A import the SWMM 5 File using Exchange
B Select the SWMM 5 INP file
C Update the Map by using the Utility Update Map from DB / Force All … Read the rest
A note for those trying to find past Legacy SWMM 3 and SWMM4 Fortran Code and Engines.
You can contact me at robert.dickinson or at red and I will make you an Editor of this Box Account:
Thanks, Robert Dickinson
NCIMM ( Center for Infrastructure Modeling and Management)
Privileged … Read the rest
InfoSewer versus InfoSWMM versus ICM
A short comparison of the features in InfoSWMM, ICM and InfoSewer. Many of the same rows apply to, InfoSWMM SA, InfoSewer SA and H2OMap Sewer.
Conservative Solution as an option
|Public Domain engine|
|Calibrate model to flow|
The relationship between the Various InfoSWMM, H2OMap SWMM and InfoSWMM SA Versions and SWMM5
A feature I have always loved in XPSWMM (current version is XPSWMM 2018) is the Organized Output Files for Runoff and Hydraulics in XPSWMM. XPSWMM is based on SWMM 4.+ with features from SWMM 4.4 and SWMM5 along with additions by Innovyze/XP Solution over the years. The tables in my … Read the rest
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
The Operations tab of InfoSWMM SA contains dialogs and data for non-physical objects such as rules, controls, curve, shapes and queries.
Building a DWF Pattern
Time Patterns allow external Dry Weather Flow (DWF) to vary in a periodic fashion. They consist of a set of adjustment factors applied as multipliers to a baseline DWF flow rate or pollutant concentration. The different types of time patterns include:
The Import Manager enables the modeler to import element data into InfoSWMM InfoSWMM SA (both graphical details and attribute data). Click on the following links for more information:
To … Read the rest
Some conduit hydraulic data is contained in this database table. The following table is in invert colors and shows the whole first row of the DB Table on separate rows in the image.
|Conduit ID||User-assigned conduit name. It can|
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
Control Rules in SWMM5 and InfoSWMM
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.
· Initial Status - The initial status … Read the rest
APPENDIX A - Useful Tables for InfoSWMM and SWMM5
A.1 Units of Measurement
|Area (Storage Unit)||square feet||square meters|
|Area (Ponding)||square feet||square meters|
|Decay Constant (Infiltration)||1/hours||1/hours|
This methodology describes the basics of 2D overland flood routing with the InfoSWMM 2D extension to InfoSWMM.
2.5 Reviewing 2D Simulation Output in InfoSWMM 2D
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:
· 2D Result Point… Read the rest
2.4 Set 2D Options in InfoSWMM 2D
Step 1 - Set 2D Options
It is very simple to connect the 2D Zone to the 1D underground network and to enable
the 2D simulation.
2.3 Creating The 2D Zone in InfoSWMM 2D
Step 1 - Add ground surface data to the map
Step 2 - Create 2D Simulation Polygons
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.
It is … Read the rest
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
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 your output … Read the rest