Tag Archives: Drainage Systems

Stochastic flood maps in InfoWorks ICM

Flood hazard maps are usually based on a unique flood extent generated by running deterministic models for a single set if boundary inputs. However, various factors can affect drainage systems and the flood hazard map generated is not generally unique. … Continue reading

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Semi- and fully-distributed modelling with InfoWorks ICM

InfoWorks ICM includes many of the latest modelling capabilities in the market and fully-distributed (FD) modelling is one of these abilities. Usually, urban stormwater models are semi-distributed (SD), i.e. are based on subcatchment units, where rainfall is applied and transformed … Continue reading

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Water Quality Modelling in Infoworks ICM

One of the most exciting features of Infoworks ICM is the ability to model water quality in both the 1D and 2D components of the model both within the pipe network and the river system.  Water Quality is fast becoming … Continue reading

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