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InfoWater and InfoSewer ArcGIS-Centric Modeling Solutions to Help Hanford in Making Critical Decisions on Growth Planning and for Updating its General Plan

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Press Room | Products | News | Events | The Company City of Hanford, California, Chooses Innovyze Advanced Smart Water Modeling Technology InfoWater and InfoSewer ArcGIS-Centric Modeling Solutions to Help Hanford in Making Critical Decisions on Growth Planning and for Updating its General Plan

German Hydrology in InfoSWMM 14.5

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Nation’s 8th Greenest City Adopts InfoSWMM Innovyze Vanguard Smart Network Modeling Will Enhance Sewer Infrastructure Management for Orlando, Florida

Nation’s 8th Greenest City Adopts InfoSWMM Innovyze Vanguard Smart Network Modeling Will Enhance Sewer Infrastructure Management for Orlando, Florida Broomfield, Colorado, USA, August 23, 2016 — Innovyze, a leading global innovator of business analytics software and technologies for smart wet infrastructure, today announced that the City of Orlando, Florida, has chosen InfoSWMM, the firm’s industry-leading solution for geocentric smart wastewater network modeling. The software will serve as an enhancement to help further the development of the comprehensive ArcGIS-centric (Esri, Redlands, CA) approach used to manage the City’s sanitary sewer system. Nicknamed “The City Beautiful,” Orlando is located in Central Florida. With a population of over 238,000, it is the fifth largest city in Florida and the state’s largest inland city. Its Wastewater Division operates and maintains over 800 miles of sanitary sewers and over 200 lift stations. “We chose InfoSWMM for its comprehensive sanitary s…

New Modified Rational Formula in InfoSWMM

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New Modified Rational Formula in InfoSWMM InfoSWMM H2OMap SWMM now offers 12 choices for modeling surface runoff including the new Modified Rational Method (MRM) 1. EPA SWMM 5 Nonlinear Reservoir 2. The Colorado Urban Hydrograph Procedure (CUHP) 3. NRCS (SCS) Dimensionless Unit Hydrograph Method 4. NRCS (SCS) Triangular Unit Hydrograph Method 5. Delmarva Unit Hydrograph 6. Snyder Unit Hydrograph Method 7. Clark Unit Hydrograph Method 8. Espey Unit Hydrograph Method 9. Santa Barbara Urban Hydrograph Method 10. San Diego Modified Rational Method 11. Modified Rational Method (NEW!) 12. German Runoff (NEW!) The Rational method is a widely used technique for estimation of peak flows from urban and rural drainage basins (Maidment 1993; Mays 2001). Stormwater modeling applications such as the design of detention basins require knowledge of total inflow volume obtained from runoff hydrographs. For these applications peak flow information alone may not be sufficient.  The San Diego modified rational formula…

How to Use Non-Steady Periods in InfoSWMM

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How to Use Non-Steady Periods in  InfoSWMM