Tag Archives: Water quality

Turbidity modelling in InfoWorks WS

Discolouration can arise when unusual changes in velocity are experienced by water distribution pipes. This is caused by the lifting of deposits from the pipe walls. The risk of this effect and the steps needed to control it with minimum … Continue reading

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Water Quality Options in InfoWorks ICM

InfoWorks ICM has full Water Quality available as standard, which can be simultaneously applied to both the 1D and 2D domains (i.e. the Sewers, the Rivers and right across the surface of the catchment).  The 2D water quality engine is … Continue reading

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Water Quality in InfoWorks ICM: Non-Conservative Pollutants

Non-Conservative pollutants can grow/decay and interact with each other.  There are a number of ways we can allow water quality pollutants to interact with each other in Infoworks ICM.  It is possible to define decay/growth functions, create user-defined processes or … Continue reading

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