How to Import the SWMM 5 Report File as a Layer in infoSWMM


How to Import the SWMM 5 Report File as a Layer in infoSWMM


Subject:  How to Import the SWMM 5 Report File as a Layer in infoSWMM
The idea of this blog of note is to show how one may extract information from the SWMM 5 or InfoSWMM RPT file and import the Excel  File as a feature in InfoSWMM.  This blog has an example Excel file to illustrate the linkage. The steps are:
Step 1:  Copy the whole row  from Conduit Summary from the InfoSWMM Browser  
Step 2:  Add the two columns length and  slope from the Link Summary Table and the InfoSWMM Browser  
Step 3:  You need a few calculations based on the table values from SWMM 5 to estimate the CFL  time steps in the .  
Step 4:   Add the Excel Spreadsheet as a layer in InfoSWMM – the Named Range should be added to insure valid numbers and not Nulls after the join  
Step 5:  You can now plot the CFL Time Step for the Links using the Layer Properties command in Arc Map 
Step 1:  Copy the whole row  from Conduit Summary
Step 2:  Add the two columns length and  slope from the Link Summary Table
Step 3:  You need a few calculations based on the table values from SWMM 5 to estimate the CFL  time steps.
The CFL Step      = Length / (Full  Velocity + (Gravity * Full Depth)^0.5)
Full Velocity        = Full Flow / Full  Area
You also need to create a Name A Range for you data so that the data does not show up as Nulls
 Step 4:  Add the Excel Spreadsheet as a layer in InfoSWMM – the Named Range should be added
Step 4:  Join the Excel  Table to the InfoSWMM Conduit Feature Layer
Step 5:  You can now plot the CFL Time Step for the Links using the Layer Properties command in Arc Map
  

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