Author Archives: Rui Daniel Pina

About Rui Daniel Pina

Rui Daniel Pina is a Technical Support Engineer with Innovyze in the United Kingdom. Rui has experience in hydrology and hydraulic modelling, and is responsible for providing support of Infoworks ICM.

Exporting results to binary files

InfoWorks ICM allows you to export results in various formats. Amongst all the options available you can export results to binary files. Have you considered using this format? Continue reading this blog post to find more details about this. What … Continue reading

Posted in InfoWorks ICM | Comments Off on Exporting results to binary files

What elements can subcatchments “drain to” in InfoWorks ICM?

Have you wonder where subcatchments can “drain to” in InfoWorks ICM? Probably you are thinking nodes, but the correct answer is more complex giving the flexibility InfoWorks ICM offers you. Let’s have a look: Nodes: subcatchments can drain to any … Continue reading

Posted in InfoWorks ICM | Comments Off on What elements can subcatchments “drain to” in InfoWorks ICM?

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

Posted in InfoWorks ICM | Tagged , , | Comments Off on Where subcatchments drains to?

Stochastic flood maps in InfoWorks ICM

Flood hazard maps are usually based on a unique flood extent generated by running deterministic models for a single set if boundary inputs. However, various factors can affect drainage systems and the flood hazard map generated is not generally unique. … Continue reading

Posted in InfoWorks ICM | Tagged , , | Comments Off on Stochastic flood maps in InfoWorks ICM

InfoWorks ICM 7.0 comes with the Clark Unit Hydrograph routing model

InfoWorks ICM 7.0 was recently released and amongst many new features, a new hydrological model is now available. Innovyze responded to requests from our user community and implemented the Clark Unit Hydrograph routing model. Runoff routing models simulate stormwater flow … Continue reading

Posted in InfoWorks ICM | Tagged , , | Comments Off on InfoWorks ICM 7.0 comes with the Clark Unit Hydrograph routing model

Semi- and fully-distributed modelling with InfoWorks ICM

InfoWorks ICM includes many of the latest modelling capabilities in the market and fully-distributed (FD) modelling is one of these abilities. Usually, urban stormwater models are semi-distributed (SD), i.e. are based on subcatchment units, where rainfall is applied and transformed … Continue reading

Posted in InfoWorks ICM | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on Semi- and fully-distributed modelling with InfoWorks ICM