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InfoWorks ICM Version Numbers – The rules!

When it comes to version numbers, there are different rules for the various components of InfoWorks ICM and its associated Services. Local and Remote Simulations When creating and scheduling a simulation from your local machine and running it on a … Continue reading

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InfoWorks ICM v7.5.2 (Build 15019) is now available for user download

InfoWorks ICM v7.5.2 (Build 15019) is now available for user download ICM Workgroup Client Innovyze Workgroup Client 7.5.2.15019 Setup (x86 and x64) ICM Remote Agent Innovyze Remote Agent 7.5.2.15019 Setup (x64 only) Workgroup Data Server Innovyze Workgroup Data Server 7.5.2.15019 … Continue reading

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New Subcatchment SUDS/LIDS Controls in InfoWorks ICM for version 6.5

In InfoWorks ICM 6.5, new subcatchment SUDS/LID structures were added to the software.  These are based on the LID controls that are available within SWMM (Storm Water Management Model) 5.1.  This allows InfoWorks ICM to model Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems … Continue reading

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A Spatial SQL – Selecting Objects from another Table based on their Proximity to a Selection

I’ll use the following example to demonstrate how, with a couple of simple SQL Queries, it is possible to select objects from another table based on their proximity to a current selection of objects. In the following distribution network there … Continue reading

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How to Untangle A String… A Method to Convert a String to Float.

In this BLOG post I’ll outline a method of converting a value in a text field into a number. So whilst I have what appears to be a number such as 43 or 43.0 or 43.67 in a text field, … Continue reading

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Why is the ‘GIS Layer Control’ Unavailable?

When you right click on your GeoPlan, you may notice that your GIS Layer Control option is grayed out and unavailable. To fix this problem, first, make sure that your Map Control is not set to ‘None’ (Tools>Options>GeoPlan). You can … Continue reading

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Running Spatial Queries on a Selection.

A spatial SQL allows users to make selections or carry out other SQL functionality based on how objects are spatially related to each other. Such as where object as lines ‘cross’ each other. If an object is ‘inside’ another such … Continue reading

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The Calculation of ReFH Initial Baseflow in InfoWorks ICM and changes for version 7.5

  v7.5 In InfoWorks ICM version 7.5 there will be a few changes to the way that the Revitalised Flood Estimation Handbook (ReFH, http://evidence.environment-agency.gov.uk/FCERM/Libraries/FCERM_Project_Documents/FD1913_3259_TRP_pdf.sflb.ashx),  initial baseflow (BF0) is calculated. This blog is released prior to the release of 7.5 so … Continue reading

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Flood Risk Management in InfoWorks ICM (ICM RiskMaster)

Traditionally, flood management policies have been based upon the design standard philosophy, where policy makers decide on an appropriate protection level to be achieved within the flood system which is used to design and manage hydraulic infrastructure.  In contrast with … Continue reading

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Adding an HGL Line From Another Simulation to a Long Section in ICM

When viewing the HGL line on a long section profile, you may wish to compare it to the HGL line from another simulation on the same profile plot. To do this: Open one long section from one set of simulation … Continue reading

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