Category Archives: SWMMLive

Turn any ICM or SWMM model into a forecasting system in 60 minutes with ICMLive/SWMMLive (Includes scripts – for US users)

We are now in a time where models no longer sit on the shelf and become out-of-date in between master plans. Improvements in computing resources, software, and weather forecasts allow any model to turn into a real-time forecasting system. ICMLive … Continue reading

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#German #Hydrology in #InfoSWMM 14.5 and H2OMAP #SWMM 14.5 with #SWMM5 #LID Controls #Groundwater and #Continuous #Simulation

swmm51012_engine This blog describes how the German Runoff hydrology converts precipitation excess (rainfall and/or snowmelt less infiltration, evaporation, and initial abstraction) into surface runoff (overland flow). InfoSWMM is a distributed model as it allows a study area to be subdivided into any … Continue reading

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Theming Incidents On Time or Date to Display Most Recent

By default the GeoPlan displays all objects, which can lead to a visually busy display. Displaying all objects also incurs a performance cost, the graphics card processor having to render all objects. Consider the following section of a network displaying … Continue reading

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Using ICMLive and SWMMLive to Disseminate Alerts

One powerful feature of ICMLive and SWMMLive is the ability to automatically disseminate alerts via email to targeted stakeholders. In ICMLive and SWMMLive  it is possible to generate alerts on anything – from the simple (high water levels or predicted … Continue reading

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