Category Archives: Stormwater

Don’t Mesh This Up!

During the first week of October, I presented a webinar on the role of Terrain Surfaces and Surface Modifications.  The intent was to cover the role of the terrain surface in the calculation of flooding as well as to discuss … Continue reading

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Enable Your Drainage Design Toolbox to Tackle Gutter Spread and Inlet Capacity

Excel spreadsheets, hand calculations, or simple calculator utilities have long been trusted tools used by engineers to forecast road inundation due to runoff and how well storm inlets will work. But are they the most effective tools available? Even more, … Continue reading

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Come Rain or Shine.

One of the (many) joys of working at Innovyze is its location. Since joining the company a couple of months ago, I’ve enjoyed a walk along the river most mornings before work. It’s not without its hazards. Bear in mind … Continue reading

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Atlas 14 Temporals for XPSWMM

Back in January, we introduced the capabilities of XPSWMM that allows a modeler the ability to perform an ensemble-based critical duration analysis using the NOAA Atlas 14 Temporal Distributions. As the NRCS, formerly the Soil Conservation Service (SCS), retires the legacy … Continue reading

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