I have fond memories of the Multi Link = I often wish this was in EPA SWMM5 as well.


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.

1. Open the project located at C:\Training\InfoSWMM\Ch12\Ch12Start.mxd

2. InitializeInfoSWMM (

)

3. Set the scenario to ‘EXISTING_100YR’

4. Choose add data (

) from the ArcMap toolbar

  1. Browse to C:\Training\InfoSWMM\Ch3, select ‘elevation’, and click
  1. NOTE: This will add the elevation raster to the map

One of the most powerful InfoSWMM, InfoSWMM SA and H2OMAP SWMM Application Tools from Innovyze is RDII Analyst. RDII Analyst will separate out the Groundwater base flow, Dry Weather Flow (DWF), DWF Patterns, estimate the Wet Weather flow component or RDII Rainfall -Derived Infiltration Inflow (I&I) and use a Genetic Algorithm to find the best fit 18 RTK parameters for RDII modeling.

This powerful tool can be used for RTK flow in InfoSWMM, H2OMAP SWMM, InfoSewer, SWMM 5 and InfoWorks ICM. Figure 1 shows one of the end results of RDII Analyst — a correlation plot of Observed versus Calibrated…


One of the most powerful InfoSWMM, InfoSWMM SA and H2OMAP SWMM Application Tools from Innovyze is RDII Analyst. RDII Analyst will separate out the Groundwater base flow, Dry Weather Flow (DWF), DWF Patterns, estimate the Wet Weather flow component or RDII Rainfall -Derived Infiltration Inflow (I&I) and use a Genetic Algorithm to find the best fit 18 RTK parameters for RDII modeling.

This powerful tool can be used for RTK flow in InfoSWMM, H2OMAP SWMM, InfoSWMM SA, InfoSewer, SWMM 5 and InfoWorks ICM. Figure 1 shows one of the end results of RDII Analyst — a correlation plot of Observed…


For Thesis Students: Visual INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPILING SWMM5.DLL USING MICROSOFT VISUAL C++ 2010/2012

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The following is based on the readme.txt for compiling that EPA distributes with the SWMM5 install

1. Open the file swmm5.c in a text editor and make sure that the

compiler directives at the top of the file read as follows:

//#define CLE

//#define SOL

#define DLL or the DLL will be created

2. Create a sub-directory named VC2010_DLL under the directory where

the SWMM 5 Engine source code files are stored and copy SWMM5.DEF

and VC2010-DLL.VCPROJ to it.

3. Launch Visual C++ 2010 and use…


Stormwater Management Model (SWMM5) and InfoSWMM Information for watershed water quality, hydrology and hydraulics modelers

#INFOSWMM

Simple SI Unit Model for SWMM5 LID with 100 mm Rainfall.

Reading this blog and using the embedded SWMM 5 example file, you will run a simple SI unit model based on factors of 1 and 10. The LID (Bio-Retention Cell) is designed to have zero outflows, Figure 1, as the storage is set to 1000 mm. The Subcatchment area is 1 hectare, the prevent impervious is ½ hectare divided into ¼ hectare sections with and without depression storage, the pervious area is ½ hectare (Figure 2). The LID Bio-Retention area is ¼ hectare or 25 percent of the…


InfoSewer tracks the movement of wastewater flowing through the network over an extended period of time under varying wastewater loading and operating conditions. The extended period simulation (EPS) model implemented in InfoSewer is unsteady model and is predicated on solving a simplified form of the 1D Saint-Venant equations neglecting local acceleration.

The Saint-Venant equations or full dynamic wave equations for open channel flow routing consist of the conservation of momentum equation and the equation of continuity. The momentum equation is:

The continuity (mass conservation) equation is:


#INFOSWMM

The Dynamic Wave page of the Simulation Options dialog, shown below, sets several parameters that control how the dynamic wave flow routing computations are made. These parameters have no effect for the other flow routing methods.

Contents of this simulation option dialog page are described below:

Name Description Inertial Terms Indicates how the inertial terms in the St. Venant momentum equation will be handled.

· KEEP maintains these terms at their full value under all conditions. Note: It may be helpful in some situations to try simulating the model with one of the other two options if you have…


My Top 10 Reasons for preferring InfoSWMM over SWMM 5 based on my experience: Note — this is an update of my Innovyze blog from a few years ago http://blog.innovyze.com/2014/07/09/top-ten-advantages-of-infoswmm-over-swmm5-for-modelling/ My mini bio from twitter is Product Sector Leader with @Innovyze for InfoSWMM / InfoSewer, 45+ years w/ SWMM3/4/5! 11+ Years w/ @Innovyze! 8 years @CDMSmith 9 years w/ XPSWMM 17 years @UF So there is a LOT of SWMM experience going back to age 17. …


One of the challenges sometimes faced when sharing any of Innovyze non-workgroup products that run in ArcGIS such as InfoWater, InfoMaster, InfoSewer, and InfoSWMM is when different users are using different versions of ArcGIS. When you attempt to open a model that was saved in a higher version of ArcGIS than you are using, you will get an error message that the file cannot be opened.

One of the easiest ways to get around this issue if you need to send a model to someone running an older version of ArcGIS is to create a “zero byte .mxd” file that…

Robert E Dickinson

Works at Innovyze an Autodesk Company, InfoSWMM, ICM SWMM, Developer XPSWMM & EPASWMM3/4/5; Founder robertdickinson.org, Chairperson TAC at CIMM.ORG, Grandpa(3)

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