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How to Edit the Subcatchment Polygons in InfoSWMM with Arc Map

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Subject:  How to Edit the Subcatchment Polygons in InfoSWMM with Arc Map

How to Edit the Subcatchment Polygons in InfoSWMM with Arc Mapby dickinsonreSubject:  How to Edit the Subcatchment Polygons in InfoSWMM with Arc Map
You can edit the polygon boundaries of the Subcatchments in Arc GIS by using the Editor command and either editing the vertices or by using the Reshape Feature Tool to adjust the boundaries or snap to the polygon lines or vertex points.    You should start the editing session by right mouse clickining on the Subcatchment Feature layer

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Average Residence time in InfoSWMM and H2OMAP SWMM

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Subject:  Average Residence time in InfoSWMM and H2OMAP SWMM

Average Residence time in InfoSWMM and H2OMAP SWMMby dickinsonreSubject:  Average Residence time in InfoSWMM and H2OMAP SWMM Here is one way to estimate the residence time: 1.       Plot the System Outflow and Storage in the InfoSWMM Report Manager 2.       Click on the Report Button and copy the Outflow and Storage Time Series 3.       Paste to  Excel 4.       Calculate the Residence time as Storage / Outflow and Graph 5.       You will have an understanding of the residence time in your network 6.       If you have a dry weather flow then a hot start file will give a better estimate at the start of the simulation 

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Innovyze President Receives ACOPNE’s Highest Honor

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Dr. Paul F. Boulos Named Distinguished Diplomate in Navigation Engineering by the ASCE Academy of Coastal, Ocean, Port & Navigation Engineers

Innovyze President Receives ACOPNE’s Highest Honor

Broomfield, Colorado USA, April 24, 2012 — The Board of Trustees of the Academy of Coastal, Ocean, Port & Navigation Engineers (ACOPNE) has awarded Innovyze President Dr. Paul F. Boulos Distinguished Diplomate status in Navigation Engineering (Dist.D.NE), the academy’s highest honor. As a recipient of this award, Dr. Boulos joins an elite group of 23 diplomates worldwide with this distinction. Dr. Boulos will be presented this signal award at a special induction ceremony and reception to be held during the Dredging 2012 conference in San Diego, California, October 22-25. ACOPNE is an affiliate of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). Dredging 2012 is a four-day technical specialty conference organized by PIANC USA and the Coasts, Oceans, Ports and Rivers Institute of American S…

Example Dual Drainage SWMM 5 model

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Topic:  Example Dual Drainage SWMM 5 model
Example Dual Drainage SWMM 5 modelby dickinsonre Example Dual Drainage SWMM 5 model
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Sam Shamsi and swmm-online-com

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Topic:  Sam Shamsi and swmm-online-com

Sam as an interesting blog or web page with other GIS and SWMM links including his well  known annual Top 10 list about various Stormwater modeling subjects.  The link is
http://sites.google.com/site/shamsigisapplications/3-my-web-sites/swmm-online-com


The Pump summary table of SWMM5.0.022 and the Percent Time off Columns

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Subject:  The Pump summary table of SWMM5.0.022 and the Percent Time off Columns

The Pump summary table of SWMM5.0.022 and the Percent Time off Columnsby dickinsonreSubject:  The Pump summary table of SWMM5.0.022 and the Percent Time off Columns The pump summary table at the end of the SWMM 5 report file has two columns for the time off the pump curve BUT the two columns are only informative if the pump is a type 4pump.  If the pump type is 1, 2 or 3 then the low column is always 0 and when the volume, depth or head is either below the lowest point in the point curve or above the highest point in the pump curve the pump summary table lists the time off either low or high in the High column. xMin is  the 1st point in the pump curve for either volume, depth, head or depth, respectively for pump1, pump2, pump3 and pump4 type pumps xMax is the last point in the pump curve for either volume, depth, head or depth, respectively for pump1, pump2, pump3 and pump4 type pumps
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