Category Archives: InfoWorks ICM

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Using SQL Queries to add Scenarios and Update Object Parameters

There are many blog posts on here highlighting the usefulness and effectiveness of the SQL functionality.  This blog post provides another way to use SQL queries to automatically add scenarios to a network and then to change object parameters within … Continue reading

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Troubleshooting Hydraulic Models in InfoWorks ICM

We often get asked about troubleshooting models, and it’s often quite a difficult task to provide a good response, as much of troubleshooting is based on modelling experience of a range of models over a prolonged period of time…even then … Continue reading

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Scenario Management in InfoWorks ICM: Benefits and Common Mistakes

One of the reasons that Innovyze implemented Scenario functionality in InfoWorks ICM is because there were some complaints about the process of exploring alternatives in ICM’s predecessor InfoWorks CS that we wanted to improve. In InfoWorks CS, any alternative to … Continue reading

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InfoNet 18.5 – Re-sizeable SQL Dialog Box

InfoNet 18.5 is now out in the wild and along with a wealth of new functionality, we’ve thrown in some that will hopefully make day to day usage somewhat more pleasant. One of these is the SQL dialog box which … Continue reading

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Analysing Spatial Rainfall with TVD connectors

InfoWorks ICM version 8.0 was released with several new features. One new feature is the “Averaged Spatial Rainfall on TVD connectors” and this post is an example of the flexibility that it offers you. What is it for? Have you … Continue reading

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GPU runtime results for 2D InfoWorks ICM models (November 2017 update)

This is the fourth instalment in a series of blogs I’ve written summarising run times for 2D simulations conducted on PC hardware and NVIDIA GPU cards.  The first was in December 2012, I then followed up with a second in … Continue reading

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The Trick to Applying 1D Initial Conditions to ICM Simulations

In InfoWorks ICM, it is possible to assign initial node levels or inflows as well as initial depths and flows along a river reach. If you have attempted this by creating an Initial Conditions 1D object and applying it to … Continue reading

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InfoWorks ICM and ICMLive in Japan

Recently I had the fortunate experience of visiting the Japan Sewage Works Exhibition ’17 at the Big Sight, Tokyo with our Japanese distributors, Emori Infotec (https://www.i-emori.co.jp/product/), to meet our Japanese customers and learn how they are using Innovyze software such … Continue reading

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What’s the purpose of the River Section Panel Markers in InfoWorks ICM?

A question we often get asked is does the presence of panel markers in a river reach section matter? Does it affect results?  The answer to both is yes, particularly in the case of extended river sections to represent out-of-bank … Continue reading

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A Method (RUBY Scripting) to Import an InfoWorks ICM Model into InfoNet.

Over the years there has been one question from my InfoNet clients that has consistently popped up; “How do I import an InfoWorks ICM Model into InfoNet?”. I must have been asked this a squillion times, and the answer has … Continue reading

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