Monthly Archives: February 2015

Little Gems Of Functionality – Hiding Empty Grid Tabs in InfoNet

Tired of seeing empty tabs in the Grids. Right Click on one of the tabs to reveal a pop up menu. When empty tabs are present the Hide option in the pop up menu will remove the empty tabs. When … Continue reading

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How to Use Trace Upstream, Domain Manager and Facility Manager in InfoSewer to Find the CE

InfoSewer and H2OMAP Sewer do not have table of node continuity errors only an overall continuity error (CE) balance.  If you have a continuity error then you can use the process of divide and conquer to find the location of … Continue reading

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InfoNet SQL – How Many Shifts Worked by Each Team?

Here’s my problem, I want to find out how many shifts have been worked by each of the individual crews my organisation on a survey, clean or repair campaign. To do this I once again turn to SQL to achieve … Continue reading

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InfoSWMM, H2OMAP SWMM, InfoSWMM SA Fully Supports the EPA SWMM-CAT Climate Change Adjustment Tool

Introduction The Innovyze products InfoSWMM and H2OMAP SWMM are always based on the current version of EPA SWMM 5 (the current version is 5.1.010) and we are pleased to announce that the current version of both InfoSWMM and H2OMAP SWMM … Continue reading

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Vertical Roughness Differentiation in InfoSWMM for a Link

The Vertical Roughness Threshold allows the user of InfoSWMM or H2OMAP SWMM to have a simple differentiation of roughness in a link.  The Threshold depth which is entered as a fraction of the total link depth allows the simulation of … Continue reading

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Initialising Pumps in InfoWorks WS UPC Scripts

Have you ever noticed that the INITIALISE command doesn’t always set the initial status of a  pump ?  Well there is a reason…. If you have a UPC script like the following INITIALISE PUMP = OFF RULE RULE1 IF NODE … Continue reading

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The new ‘Mesh Level Zones’ in InfoWorks ICM version 5.5 and their Potential Applications

Exciting new functionality has been added to InfoWorks ICM version 5.5 to allow improved 2D mesh editing.  Mesh level zones are objects added to the network geometry which are used as part of the mesh generation process.  They offer improved functionality … Continue reading

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InfoSWMM and H2OMAP SWMM and their Relationship to FEMA Approved SWMM 5 Engines – Updated for 2017

The purpose of this note is to show how InfoSWMM is related to various SWMM 5 engines. InfoSWMM is a ESRI Arc Map Interface to the properties of the SWMM 5 engine using model development tools created by Innovyze for … Continue reading

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InfoNet SQL: Counting The Connection Nodes on a Pipe

Question: How many connection nodes are attached to my pipe? Answer: Use an SQL. CCTV Surveys encode the location of lateral pipe connections, in the UK, the MSCC standard has codes CN (Connection), JN (Junction) etc. (image below). Other standards … Continue reading

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