Thursday, August 8, 2013
Steps in Using RDII Analyst for InfoSWMM, ICM and InfoSewer
Subject: Steps in Using RDII Analyst for InfoSWMM, ICM and InfoSewer
Step 1: Create a Base UH in the Operation Tab of the Attribute Browser using RDII Analyst (Figure 1)
Step 2: Assign a UH to at Least 1 Node Using the Inflow Icon
Step 3: Open Up RDII Analyst and Click on New to Create a RDII Session
Step 4: Define the Flow and Rainfall File
Step 5: Review the Imported Flow Time Series Step 6: Review the Imported Rainfall Time Series
Step 7: Units and RDII Analyst Dates are Controlled by the Simulation Manager
Step 8: Extract DWF from the Flow Time Series
Step 9: Assign a UH to at Least 1 Node Using the Inflow Icon
Step 10: View the DWF Pattern
Step 11: Create the RDII Time Series
Step 12: View the RDII Time Series
Step 13: Run Once Feature to See how Good the Current RTK Parameters are in matching the monitored flow
Step 14: You can use Graph Control to show the mean of the Observed and Predicted RDII on one Graph.
Step 15: Calibrate the RTK Parameters
Step 16: Run the GA
Step 17: Assign the Intermediate Answers to the UH
Step 18: View the Calibration Graph
Step 19: Event Identification
Step 20: Assign the Found DWF Pattern
Step 21: Node DWF and RDII Inflow
Step 22: 3 RDII UH's Used in the Simulation of the RDII Flows
Figure 1. RDII Analyst is part of the InfoSWMM or H2OMAP SWMM Suite but the derived RTK parameters can be used in either InfoSWMM, SWMM5, ICM or InfoSewer
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