InfoWorks ICM appearing in a number of recent academic publications

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In the past couple of years there have been a number of academic papers highlighting InfoWorks ICM and various modelling approaches which can be utilised within the software.  Below is a small list of some recent ones which may be of interest to users:

  • Russo et al., (2012) Flood hazard assessment in the Raval District of Barcelona using a 1D/2D coupled model

  • Pina et al., (2015) On the use of semi-distributed and fully-distributed urban stormwater models

  • Pina et al., (2016) Semi- vs Fully-Distributed urban stormwater models: Model Set up and comparison with two real case studies

  • Batanero et al., (2015) Two-dimensional direct rainfall hydraulic models applied to direct calculation of hydrologic events in dams to prevent overtopping

  • Digman et al., (2014) Realising the benefits of integrated urban drainage models

If you are writing a paper using InfoWorks ICM, or are aware of a paper which you don’t think we are, please let us know.


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    About Duncan Kitts

    Duncan Kitts is a Senior Support Engineer with Innovyze in the United Kingdom, specializing in River modelling and 2D modelling. He has over 9 years experience of modeling the key hydraulic processes involved in both fluvial systems and urban drainage environments. Duncan is responsible for providing support of both infoworks ICM and Infoworks RS.
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