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SWMM and SWMM 5 History from Past Wikipedia SWMM5 pages
SWMM and SWMM 5 History from Past Wikipedia SWMM5 pages – added by me as someone keeps editing the Wikipedia page and getting rid of this table. Figure 1 is the past Wikipedia page and Figure 2 is the connection between SWMM5 and Innovyze’s InfoSWMM. Current information can be found here https://www.wikiwand.com/en/Storm_Water_Management_Model
Figure 1 - Past Wikipedia Table for SWMM and SWMM5.
Engine Error NumberDescription ERROR 101: memory allocation error. ERROR 103: cannot solve KW equations for Link ERROR 105: cannot open ODE solver. ERROR 107: cannot compute a valid time step. ERROR 108: ambiguous outlet ID name for Subcatchment
World-Renowned Urban Drainage Modeling Authority Robert Dickinson Joined Innovyze in January, 2008Broomfield, Colorado USA, January 16, 2008/altered 20142008/2014 Robert E. Dickinson, one of the world’s leading experts in wastewater and urban drainage modeling, has joined Innovyze as Product Sector Leader. Dickinson, who comes to the company from CDM now CDMSmith, will be charged with maintaining, enhancing and supporting Innovyze's flagship SWMM5-based product line (InfoSWMM and H2OMAP SWMM as well as the GIS based InfoSewer and H2OMap Sewer), which are some of the industry’s leading wastewater and urban drainage systems design and modeling software. He will also be responsible for coordinating vital collaborative research and technology transfer with key universities and government organizations as well as developing business strategies that advance Innovye’s overall growth objectives in wastewater and stormwater systems management and heighten its initiatives in both U.S. and i…
Soffit Level (pipe technology)The top point of the inside open section of a pipe or box conduit. The soffit is the highest point of the internal surface of a pipe or culvert at any cross-section. The soffit is also referred to as the pipe obvert. So it is not quite the Crown of the Pipe. Here is an image I found that hopefully explains it better.