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Innovyze Releases InfoMaster V5.5 With Expanded Pipe Inspection Coding, Non-Homogeneous Poisson Process Asset Deterioration Model, Nessie Curve

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Innovyze Releases InfoMaster V5.5 With Expanded Pipe Inspection Coding, Non-Homogeneous Poisson Process Asset Deterioration Model, Nessie Curve Highly Advanced Analytical Asset Management Tool Optimizes Water/Sewer Network Rehabilitation Prioritization, Capital Planning Programs for Sustainable Infrastructures Broomfield, Colorado, USA, April 28, 2015 Innovyze, a leading global innovator of business analytics software and technologies for smart wet infrastructure, today introducedInfoMaster Generation V5.5, with expanded pipe inspection coding support, economic-based Nessie curve for forecasting capital expenditures needs as well as new and improved analysis and reporting applications. While other ERP systems are focused on electronic records management, InfoMaster is built from the ground up to provide superior business analytics and modeling capabilities.

Read more about InfoMaster on the Innovyze Blog





A highly advanced and powerful analytical asset management tool, InfoMaster uses…

Read the Paul Boulos (CEO/Innovyze) Interview in Spring 2015 Kentucky Engineering Journal

Read the Paul Boulos (CEO/Innovyze) Interview in Spring 2015 Kentucky Engineering Journal http://t.co/mlykEF2yXypic.twitter.com/6Hu8X0ynar
— Robert Dickinson (@InnovyzeRobert) April 26, 2015

A Box folder with more complicated SWMM 5 QA QC files

Note: I am going to add more complicated SWMM 5 file to this box location as I made them and find them.
Click on this link
https://app.box.com/s/uhyft6by6sgd0v91znjjv6juxr5v2l2t



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AAEES 2015 Innovyze Excellence in Computational Hydraulics/Hydrology Award Presented to Carnegie Mellon University Doctoral Student

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Press Room | Products | News | Events | The Company AAEES 2015 Innovyze Excellence in Computational Hydraulics/Hydrology Award Presented to Carnegie Mellon University Doctoral Student Broomfield, Colorado, USA, April 23, 2015 — Innovyze, a leading global innovator of business analytics software and technologies for smart wet infrastructure, today announced that Amy Dale, a Ph.D. candidate pursuing a joint degree in the Departments of Engineering and Public Policy and Civil and Environmental Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University, has been chosen to receive the American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists (AAEES) 2015 Innovyze Excellence in Computational Hydraulics/Hydrology Award. Amy’s publications related to her work include a recent Feature article in Environmental Science and Technology.

Among her other achievements, Amy is a national 2010 Udall Scholar, a 2011 ARCS (Achievement Rewards for College Scientists) Scholar, a former NSF IGERT Fellow, and a current EPA STA…

How to change the Maximum Infiltration in a DB Table of InfoSWMM and H2OMAP SWMM

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How to change the Maximum Infiltration in a DB Table of InfoSWMM and H2OMAP SWMM  There are a lot of methods in InfoSWMM and H20MAP SWMM to change the infiltration data.  You have the ability to change it for  1.      an individual Subcatchment using the Attribute Browser 2.      by soil type and 3.      the coverage of the soil over all of the Subcatchments – this will alter the areal weighted average of the infiltration data  You have layers of infiltration data in the interface to your model data.  The infiltration parameters are defined per soil as in a real watershed and the Subcatchments will use the areal weighted infiltration values of all of the soils on the Subcatchment.  You get more flexibility and closer to the physical reality of the Subcatchment by having layers of soil on the Subcatchment rather than one set of infiltration per Subcatchment.  Of course if you set up one soil type per Subcatchment then you will have 100 percent coverage of the same infiltration set of parame…

Build SWMM 5.1.008 (04/02/2015) New Features with Images

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SWMM 5.1.008 (04/02/2015) New Features 1. Monthly adjustments for hydraulic conductivity used for rainfall infiltration and for exfiltration from storage nodes and conduits was added.This was added to the Monthly Adjustments Table// Data formats are:// TEMPERATURE v1 ... v12 // EVAPORATION v1 ... v12 // RAINFALL v1 ... v12 // CONDUCTIVITY v1 ... v12  
2. LID drains can now send their outflow to a different node or subcatchment than the parent subcatchment in which they were placed.drainSubcatch; // subcatchment receiving drain flow //(5.1.008) drainNode; // node receiving drain flow //(5.1.008) 3. Conveyance system Outfall nodes now have the option to send their outflow onto a subcatchment, to simulate irrigation or complex LID treatment options. // --- add outfall's flow to subcatchment as runon and re-set routed // flow volume to 0 subcatch_addRunonFlow(k, Outfall[i].vRo…

Modeling of Phosphorus Dynamics in Lake Okeechobee

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Modeling of Phosphorus Dynamics in Lake Okeechobee 
Here is a downloadable PDF File

Modeling of Phosphorus dynamics of Lake Okeechobee

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l Now at WP Software, 8-10 Purdue St., Belconnen, A.C.T. 2617, Australia
2 Now at Dept. of Civil Engineering, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 97331-2302

Huber Nato Water Quality Paper about Water Quality in SWMM4

Huber Nato  Water Quality Paper about Water Quality in SWMM4 
Huber1986NATO-Part2

Huber1986NATO

URBAN RAINFALL-RUNOFF-QUALITY DATA BASE ADDENDUM 1: STATISTICAL ANALYSIS AND ADDITIONAL DATA

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URBAN RAINFALL-RUNOFF-QUALITY DATA BASE  ADDENDUM 1: STATISTICAL ANALYSIS AND ADDITIONAL DATA

A three part PDF file containing data from the 1970's and Early 1980's

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Urban Rainfall Runoff Quality Database Addendum1_Part3
Urban Rainfall Runoff Quality Database Addendum1_Part2
Urban Rainfall Runoff Quality Database Addendum1

SWMM 4 Manual and PDF File

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This is just so I can find this using Google Search in the Future

 SWMM 4 Manual and PDF File

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SWMM 3 Manual and PDF File

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This is just so I can find this using Google Search in the Future

 SWMM 3 Manual and PDF File

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Master’s Thesis: Demonstration of Sensitivity Analysis, Uncertainty Analysis, and Calibration in Modelling of a Combined Sewer System Nimmer Zaman Master’s Thesis January 2014

A link to a PDF file showing the Water Quality for ICM and SWMM 5 in a case study in Germany.

 Master's Thesis: Demonstration of Sensitivity Analysis, Uncertainty Analysis, and Calibration in Modelling of a Combined Sewer System 
Nimmer Zaman
Master’s Thesis
January 2014

Nimmer Zaman Master's Thesis

QA/QC Process for the Import of an XP-SWMM model to InfoWorks ICM 5.5 or ICM 6

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The following section shows how the XP-SWMM file (MyXP.XP) was converted to an ICM 6 model using the ICM SWMM 6 import tools. The XP-SWMM model was converted to ICM 6 using a combination of the import process in ICM of a SWMM5 input file (MySWMM5File.INP ) and an Extensive QA/QC process using the .XP file of XP-SWMM (MyXP.XP). Figure 1 shows how the file MySWMM5File.INP looks inside of SWMM 5.1. Figure 2 shows the model summary of the file MySWMM5File.INP which was exported in SWMM 5 format from XP-SWMM. Figure 3 shows the Import process in ICM for any SWMM5 file. Figure 4 show how the file MySWMM5File.INP looks like ICM after the Import. Figure 5 shows the element summary in ICM of the imported file MyXP.XP. The number of links, nodes, Subcatchments and diversions match the input file and the summary shown in Figure 2. There are approximately 7000 nodes, links, diversions and Subcatchments in the model. After import into ICM the imported data was checked using the Network Validation to…

SWMM 5.1 Update History - Build 5.1.008 (04/02/2015)

SWMM 5.1 Update History ======================= -------------------------- Build 5.1.008 (04/02/2015) -------------------------- Engine Updates: New Features: ============= 1. Monthly adjustments for hydraulic conductivity used for rainfall infiltration and for exfiltration from storage nodes and conduits was added. 2. LID drains can now send their outflow to a different node or subcatchment than the parent subcatchment in which they were placed. 3. Conveyance system Outfall nodes now have the option to send their outflow onto a subcatchment, to simulate irrigation or complex LID treatment options. 4. A new LID practice, Rooftop Disconnection, has been added. It allows one to explicitly model roof runoff with an optional limit on the flow capacity of their downspouts. Disconnection is specified by setting the Return To Pervious Area field in the [LID_USAGE] section to 1. 5. An optional soil layer has been added to Permeable Pavemen…