Category Archives: InfoWorks CS

The Next Frontier: Representing Groundwater Interactions in InfoWorks ICM – User Case Study

A case study has been written by one of our clients that shows how their modellers have used InfoWorks ICM functionality to represent the interaction of groundwater flow with their integrated InfoWorks ICM model network. The paper was originally presented at CIWEM’s ‘Surface … Continue reading

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ArcGIS and ArcEngine 10.3 are now supported by InfoWorks and InfoNet

For customers who use ESRI ArcGIS or ArcEngine version 10.3, these products are now supported by InfoWorks and InfoNet. In order to use ArcGIS or ArcEngine 10.3 you will need to download the latest patch from our website. The patches … Continue reading

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Setting Antecedent Wetness Conditions for the New UK Runoff Model in InfoWorks ICM

In the New UK runoff model was calibrated against a variety or urban catchments in the UK. It uses a value of the antecedent wetness conditions (NAPI) which can vary depending on the soil type. The soil type is defined … Continue reading

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Modelling Variable Speed Pumps in InfoWorks ICM and CS

InfoWorks ICM and CS have a number of different ways to model pumps. The two most commonly used are: Fixed Pumps (a simplistic method where the discharge is independent of the head on the pump) and Rotodynamic Pumps (where a … Continue reading

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SQL Example: Using a background polygon to summarise asset information or simulation results

Recently I had a query asking if it was possible to summarise information based on a polygon loaded as a background layer. The specific information they wanted to summarise was the average pressure from a water supply network in InfoWorks … Continue reading

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Cycling Pumps in InfoWorks ICM and InfoWorks CS

Pumps are routinely cycled between duty and standby.  This can be modeled by using an Real Time Control (RTC) object. In the example below the pumps are modeled for simplicity as Fixed Pumps.  They have the same ON and OFF … Continue reading

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Using InfoNet to Build InfoWorks ICM, CS and WS Models

Uses Of InfoNet and InfoWorks, and Data Transfer Between the Two Use Of InfoNet InfoNet is used for the long term planning of networks. It has a multi-user database with inbuilt data models for water, wastewater and storm water infrastructure. … Continue reading

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Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Sunsetting InfoWorks CS

With the release of InfoWorks ICM Sewer Edition in 2013, Innovyze delivered the next generation of InfoWorks CS (CS), a significantly refined product using the latest technology and specifically designed to provide all existing CS users with a like-for-like upgrade … Continue reading

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Running Infoworks ICM/Infonet in another language

Occasionally, it may be desired to change the language in which InfoWorks ICM/Infonet (and other InfoWorks products such as IWCS/RS/WS) is displayed, for instance when visiting clients or colleagues in other countries.  If your PC is set up in a … Continue reading

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The Inadvertent Impact of Rainfall Smoothing in InfoWorks

Within InfoWorks CS there can be situations whereby a small cut out of an existing network run individually may produce difference results for that area as within a larger network. Typically the things to check when looking into differences in results … Continue reading

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