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Berlin Waterworks Used InfoWorks to Formulate Recommendations for the Operation, Expansion and Adjustment of Future Urban Wastewater and Stormwater Infrastructures

In view of existing and future challenges, such as the results of climate change and the changing manner of water usage, the overriding target of the joint research project KURAS (Concept for urban stormwater management and wastewater systems), sponsored by … Continue reading

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Retirement of InfoWorks CS is now complete

The formal announcement of the retirement of InfoWorks CS was made on the 1st December 2014, following the successful introduction of InfoWorks ICM SE (Sewer Edition) in 2013. Press Release: Innovyze Retires InfoWorks CS with Launch of More Powerful Next-Generation … Continue reading

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Surcharge State

There have several questions relating to surcharge state recently. The information below shows how the values are calculated. The software calculates the surcharge state based on the following methodology. <1 – Water is below the soffit at both ends of … Continue reading

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InfoWorks Simulations (32-bit vs. 64-bit)

InfoWorks CS is a pure 32-bit application. InfoWorks ICM is available in both 32-bit and 64-bit editions. It’s a very common misconception that 64-bit applications are a lot faster than 32-bit ones.  That is not the case in general, and … Continue reading

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Creating a TIN from XYZ manhole data

InfoWorks supports the use of a TIN (triangular irregular network) ground model to represent the ground surface in the area covered by your model. Ground models provide a three dimensional view of the ground terrain. They require three pieces of … Continue reading

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Considerations when importing an InfoWorks CS model into InfoWorks ICM and vice-versa

You need have no concerns when going from InfoWorks CS (or CS/2D) to InfoWorks ICM as there’s a 100% match in the approach used for building Stormwater and/or Wastewater models in InfoWorks CS and InfoWorks ICM.  A migration file is exported … Continue reading

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The Three Things You Must Know About InfoWorks CS

Very quickly, here are three things which can catch out even the most experienced of modellers. 1. In the simulation parameters you must have the “initialisation: tolerance for volume balance” and “simulation: tolerance for volume balance” both set to 0.01. This … Continue reading

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