Category Archives: InfoSewer

InfoSewer Inflow Control for a Pump with a Pump Curve

Intoduction: InfoSewer is used worldwide by municipal engineers and planners to create detailed, accurate models of their sewer infrastructure systems. These models enable users to evaluate the effect of new developments, zoning changes, and other additional loads on system flows; pinpoint … Continue reading

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How to Create an InfoSWMM, InfoSewer, H2Map Sewer model from CSV Files

Introduction: InfoSWMM for ArcGIS (Esri, Redlands, CA). InfoSWMM  enables engineers to work more efficiently and reliably with very large and complex network models, thanks to improvements in such areas as built-in 64-bit simulation, enhanced water quality modeling, and batch run scenario … Continue reading

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How to Save Node and Link Summary Tables in H2OMAP SWMM, H2OMap Sewer, InfoSewer and InfoSWMM to Shapefiles

The export manager of H2OMAP SWMM is very flexible, you can export shape, MIF and CSV files but you have to do some copy and pasting to allow the program to export ALL of the node and pipe summary tables. … Continue reading

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Inflow Time Series in InfoSewer

Intoduction: InfoSewer is used worldwide by municipal engineers and planners to create detailed, accurate models of their sewer infrastructure systems. These models enable users to evaluate the effect of new developments, zoning changes, and other additional loads on system flows; pinpoint … Continue reading

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How to Use the Map Display for the Maximum Adjusted d/D or Maximum q/Q in an EPS InfoSewer Simulation

You can use the Map Display for the Maximum Adjusted d/D or Maximum q/Q in an EPS InfoSewer Simulation to show the maximum depth over pipe diameter (d/D) or maximum flow q over the full flow Manning’s equation value for … Continue reading

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Arc Map If Statements for Showing Flooding in InfoSWMM

You can use a combination of the Map Display in InfoSWMM and the Arc Map Label Properties to show the Maximum Ponded Volume at a node during am InfoSWMM simulation. The label function in VBSCRIPT to show just non zero … Continue reading

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Transforming the Coordinate System for an Innovyze Model

This Workflow Summary details how to transform the coordinate system for an InfoSWMM Model. This technique also applies to InfoWater and InfoSewer models. Both the coordinate system name and the geometry of features (i.e. x and y values) will be … Continue reading

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Water Age in InfoSewer

InfoSewer and H2OMAP Sewer have a Water Quality option called Time of Concentration (TOC) or Water Age that allows the modeler to estimate the residence time in his or her Sewer Network. The use of Water Age is simple, you … Continue reading

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Drawing features to show multiple attributes in InfoSWMM

Your network data usually has a number of different attributes that describe the features it represents (Figure 3). While you’ll commonly use one of the attributes to symbolize the data—for example, showing one quantity in the InfoSWMM Map Display —you may … Continue reading

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InfoSewer to InfoSWMM Import Tips

The direct import of InfoSewer to InfoSWMM (Figure 1) is both direct and robust but you need to be aware of Run Manager changes to optimize the InfoSWMM model: Make sure that the Flow Units in InfoSWMM Run Manager match … Continue reading

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