Category Archives: InfoWorks WS

New Theme for Controlled objects in InfoWorks WS

In the process of setting up a model for simulation, many objects will have control applied. To find Controlled objects you can visit each object and inspect its control tab but that could be rather laborious. A new Valve and … Continue reading

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Common Error messages for JET databases

InfoWorks CS, RS, WS and SD can be stored in JET databases. There are some error messages more common than other which can be triggered, solutions which normally resolve problems are outlined below: Error 3021: Error 3021 is caused by … Continue reading

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Turbidity modelling in InfoWorks WS

Discolouration can arise when unusual changes in velocity are experienced by water distribution pipes. This is caused by the lifting of deposits from the pipe walls. The risk of this effect and the steps needed to control it with minimum … Continue reading

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Importing SCADA/telemetry data directly into InfoWorks WS

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Innovyze’s ‘Working with Water’ Seminar 2015 Regional NSW, Australia

Innovyze’s ‘Working with Water’ Seminar was held at three different regional NSW locations namely Wagga Wagga, Dubbo and Tamworth on 3-5 August 2015. Delegates from mostly regional Councils attended to share knowledge and learn about latest technology towards smart water and wastewater … Continue reading

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Theming the differences between two sets of results

Often we wish to see the difference between two sets of results displayed in the GeoPlan. This can easily be done in InfoWorks ICM and InfoWorks WS by using a SQL Theme. In the example below I will be using … 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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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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Nifty Script for creating a Unique ID in the Open Data Import Setting

Have you ever gone to import a data set and realized that the Unique ID is not unique – or worse there isn’t one ? This nifty little script will simply apply a numeric ID that will increment (act as … Continue reading

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InfoWorks WS – Using SQL to compare two simulations

  The SQL tool in InfoWorks can be very powerful in quickly comparing two simulations. In the attached paper a method is described to produce a grid and select links with the estimate of the links that may have a discoloration … Continue reading

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