Daily Archives: March 31, 2017

Where subcatchments drains to?

In InfoWorks ICM you can extend model building functionalities with SQL and Ruby scripts. This blog is an example of how to define the nodes to which subcatchments drain using these tools. The scripts presented can be easily adapted to … Continue reading

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Surcharge Flow vs. Pipe Full Capacity in ICM

You may have noticed, that in some instances, the Pipe full capacity value on a pipe in InfoWorks ICM is less than the flow in a surcharged pipe. How can there be more flow in a pipe than its full … Continue reading

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Area Take Off operation in InfoWorks ICM (Sewer Edition and Full Edition)

The Area Take Off option allows automatic calculation of runoff surface areas and the contributing areas of subcatchments using data imported from a Geographic Information System. It is designed to extract the areas surfaces form a catchment according to their … Continue reading

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Fireflow Part 1: Basics

Fireflows are an integral part of the Hydraulic modeling process and provide a means to calibrate your model.  Fireflow represents the amount of water available in a network for fire protection purposes apart from the amount of water used in … Continue reading

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