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Innovyze Offers Free Award-Winning GIS-Centric Water Modeling Software to Universities Worldwide

Innovyze Offers Free Award-Winning GIS-Centric Water Modeling Software to Universities Worldwide

Free Student Edition of Industry Leading InfoWater and InfoSWMM Aimed at Giving Students Hands-On Experience, Better Preparing Industry-Ready Workforce and Shaping the Future

Broomfield, Colorado, USA, August 4, 2015

Fulfilling its promise of continually raising the bar in water resources engineering education and expanding the world of learning, Innovyze, a leading global innovator of business analytics software and technologies for smart wet infrastructure, today announced the availability of its industry-leading GIS-centric water and wastewater modeling software free to students and professors at higher education institutions worldwide. This special student edition of both InfoWater and InfoSWMM, limited to sixty links, is designed to provide universities worldwide with a simple, flexible way to use advanced, high performance water modeling software in their classrooms and labs. It will help students learn and develop important skills in the design, planning, operation and management of sustainable water distribution and wastewater/stormwater collection systems that will help them stand out in the job market.

Innovyze understands that civil engineering students need to be academically and professionally prepared for an engineering career. For students and professionals alike, there is no substitute for hands-on experience. Knowing this, more and more universities are helping students gain access to state-of-the-art and practical tools used in the classroom whenever and wherever they need them. By tailoring their undergraduate and graduate courses around Innovyze technology, engineering faculty members can be assured they are helping their students have direct access to the powerful tools and latest advances in smart water resources modeling technology they need to succeed— not only in the classroom, but ultimately as professional engineers.

“Innovyze InfoWater and InfoSWMM software has become a standard for many of the world’s largest water and wastewater utilities and top engineering firms,” said Scott Yost, Ph.D., P.E., Associate Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Kentucky. “I can see this software being used by the best engineering schools. The Student Analysis and Design Workbooks are also excellent. Having training and education in this mission-critical technology is a major asset in validating our students’ expertise to prospective employers as well as preparing them for a rewarding career.”

Built atop ArcGIS (Esri, Redlands, CA), InfoWater’s innovative network modeling technology addresses every facet of utility infrastructure management and protection — delivering the highest rate of return in the industry. The software seamlessly integrates sophisticated predictive analytics, systems dynamics and optimization functionality directly within the powerful ArcGIS setting. From fire flow and dynamic water quality simulations, valve criticality and energy cost analysis to pressure zone management and advanced Genetic Algorithm and Particle Swarm optimization, the suite comes equipped with everything water utility owner-operators need to best plan, design, operate, secure and sustain their distribution systems.

InfoWater also serves as a base platform for advanced smart network modeling, operation, capital planning and asset management extensions. Among these critical applications are IWLive (real-time operations and security); InfoWater UDF (unidirectional flushing);CapPlan (risk-based capital planning); InfoMaster and InfoMaster Mobile (asset integrity management and condition assessment); InfoWater MSX (multi-species modeling); InfoWater BTX (event/particle backtracking); InfoSurge (surge/transient analysis); Sustainability (carbon footprint calculation); BalanceNet (real-time energy management and operations optimization); PressureWatch (real-time network hydraulic integrity monitoring); QualWatch (real-time network water quality integrity monitoring); SCADAWatch (real-time business intelligence and performance monitoring); DemandWatch (water demand forecasting); and DemandAnalyst (real-time water demand and diurnal pattern estimations).

As a complete ArcGIS-centric urban drainage modeling solution, the full-featured InfoSWMM analysis and design program delivers the highest rate of return in the industry. All operations of a typical sewer system — from analysis and design to management functions such as water quality assessment, pollution prediction, sediment transport and deposition, urban flooding, real-time control, and record keeping — are addressed in a single, fully integrated geoengineering environment. The program’s powerful hydraulic and water quality computational engine is based on an enhanced version of the latest SWMM 5.1.010, which is endorsed by the USEPA and certified by FEMA. These features and more deliver an enhanced modeling experience and greater realism of displayed results — advantages that translate to increased productivity, reduced costs, higher accuracy, better efficiency, and improved designs.

InfoSWMM also serves as a robust platform for advanced modeling, operational issues, short-term, long-range and capital planning, urban stormwater treatment and analysis, and analytics-driven asset management extensions. Some of these critical applications includeInfoSWMM 2D (two-dimensional surface flood modeling), CapPlan (risk-based capital planning and asset performance modeling),InfoSWMM Sustain (optimal selection and placement of LIDs/BMPs), InfoSWMM SFEM (dynamic sewer flow estimation model), InfoMaster(GIS-centric analytics-driven asset management), and RDII Analyst (rainfall-dependent inflow and infiltration planning and analysis).

A comprehensive Student Design and Analysis Workbook is also included for each program. In addition to background theory, the workbooks provide step-by-step approaches to water and wastewater network model construction, simulation and analysis, and are illustrated with a variety of carefully selected case studies to reinforce the hands-on nature of learning. By representing real-life network modeling situations, the workbooks are ideal for students to familiarize themselves with the day-to-day problem-solving work in engineering practice.

“Innovyze is committed to fostering technical achievement and technological advancement, both in teaching and research, throughout the engineering community,” said Paul F. Boulos, Ph.D., BCEEM, Hon.D.WRE, Dist.D.NE, Dist.M.ASCE, NAE, President, COO and Chief Technical Officer of Innovyze. “At a time when universities are faced with tighter budgets, our Student Software Edition offers these institutions the tools they need to teach their students using state-of-the-art technology and prepare them for rewarding professional careers. It allows students who are interested in the field of environmental and water resources engineering to train on the sophisticated technology used by leading water and wastewater utilities and progressive consulting engineering companies on a daily basis. This gives them an unbeatable competitive advantage and helps them to thrive. It also prepares them with the skills they need to meet industry demands, sustain our water infrastructures, advance our economies, and build a better world.”

Pricing and Availability
Special student edition of InfoWater and InfoSWMM along with their Student Design and Analysis Workbooks are available to download free of charge from the Innovyze website at http://www.innovyze.com/education/student/.

Innovyze Announces Worldwide Support for EPANET and SWMM5

Innovyze Announces Worldwide Support for EPANET and SWMM

Groundbreaking Initiative Facilitates Technology Transfer of Sustainable Water Infrastructure Models Between Global Communities

Broomfield, Colorado, USA, March 31, 2015

Innovyze, a leading global innovator of business analytics software and technologies for smart wet infrastructure, today announced worldwide support for USEPA’s flagship EPANET and SWMM public domain software. By offering its technical expertise to the EPANETand SWMM communities, Innovyze is ensuring ongoing maintenance of these free software models of sustainable stormwater, wastewater, and water supply systems.

Sustainable water infrastructure models are used throughout the world for the planning, analysis, design, and research of stormwater, wastewater, and drinking water distribution management. SWMM can model the generation and transport of runoff and sanitary flows as well as estimate the production of pollutant loads associated with this runoff in storm, sanitary or combined sewers. With the recent inclusion of hydrologic performance of specific types of green infrastructure low impact development (LID) controls the model can be used to consider both grey infrastructure approaches (e.g., pipes, tunnels, high rate treatment), and potentially more cost-effective green infrastructure approaches (e.g., rain gardens, permeable pavement, rain barrels) for managing stormwater. EPANET can help water utilities maintain and improve the quality of water delivered to consumers through their drinking water distribution systems. It can also be used to plan and improve a system’s hydraulic performance. The model can assist with pipe, pump, and valve placement; sizing; energy minimization; fire flow analysis; vulnerability studies; and operator training. Together, these models give municipalities the tools to help them develop cost effective green and grey water infrastructure options that reduce the release of untreated wastewater and improve the availability of safe drinking water.

“Innovyze is a pioneer in cutting edge sustainable water infrastructure modeling research and development,” said Paul F. Boulos, Ph.D., BCEEM, NAE, Hon.D.WRE, Dist.D.NE, F.ASCE, President, COO and Chief Technical Officer of Innovyze. “The company’s industry-leading GIS-centric InfoWater and InfoSWMM product suites greatly expand on the simulation and analysis capabilities ofEPANET and SWMM5 models. Ongoing maintenance of EPANET and SWMM is important both to us and to the global water and wastewater communities. It ensures the usefulness and longevity of these products for their users. We are pleased to launch this initiative to help further sustain the world’s wet infrastructures and provide solutions to such challenging problems as climate change, water security, and environmental compliance.

“We hope to continue to inspire water modelers worldwide and provide them the power tools to do the things that inspire them so that together we can build and sustain resilient water infrastructures that help drive the economy and create a better world for everyone.”

For more information about these products, visit Innovyze at www.innovyze.com and select “EPANET” or “SWMM.” Training classes onEPANET and SWMM will be available through the Innovyze University, http://www.innovyze.com/education/.
Pricing and Availability
Both EPANET and SWMM can be downloaded free directly from the Innovyze web site at www.innovyze.com. Access to the Innovyze User Forums is also available to seek answers and exchange information with the global water and wastewater modeling communities (http://forums.innovyze.com/).

About InnovyzeInnovyze is a leading global provider of wet infrastructure business analytics software solutions designed to meet the technological needs of water/wastewater utilities, government agencies, and engineering organizations worldwide. Its clients include the majority of the largest UK, Australasian, East Asian and North American cities, foremost utilities on all five continents, and ENR top-rated design firms. With unparalleled expertise and offices in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific, the Innovyze connected portfolio of best-in-class product lines empowers thousands of engineers to competitively plan, manage, design, protect, operate and sustain highly efficient and reliable infrastructure systems, and provides an enduring platform for customer success. For more information, call Innovyze at +1 626-568-6868, or visit www.innovyze.com.
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What size and how many downspouts?

Hello, I have been puzzled with two questions recently:How to calculate the number of downspouts on a house and how to size them, but by somehow using the flow rate of the gutters? I found that there are a number of sources which offer the sizing of downspouts by the usage of tables.I also found that some USA manufacturers recommend defining the number of downspouts by putting one downspout on ever 20 to 40 feet length of gutter. But is it possible not to use the tables approach nor 20-40 feet rules of thumb? Is it possible to to somehow calculate the number of downspouts by knowing the flow rate of the gutters? Let's say that my roof produces 0.2 cfs (cubic feet per second) of runoff.I can use Manning's formula to size my gutter. If I pick 6 inch rectangular gutter, it can take 0.21 cfs.Can I now size the downsprouts and their number, based on this 0.21 cfs gutters's flow rate ? I apologies for not asking the question directly related to SWMM.Thank you in advance.

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4 Replies · Reply by Robert Dickinson Sep 22

Sidewalk-porch drainage principles

Hello,Please forgive me for my bad English.I am wondering if somebody could help me with one particular issue that has been puzzling me for some time.I started reading the NDS Principles of Exterior Drainage publication. On page 55 of that publication they solved the impervious surface drainage of the sidewalk in front of the house and the cement porch behind the house, by simply angling them towards the lawn: Why is this so? Is this the correct approach in solving the impervious surface drainage of the sidewalk and the porch? Or should both of them have a catch basin in the middle of them?What confuses me is this principle of simply angling them (the sidewalk and the porch) towards the lawn. Is this a good approach or not?I would be very grateful for any kind of reply. I apologize if this question is at the moment not directly related with SWMM. I tried contacting the NDS but never got any kind of reply.Thank you in advance. Regards,Bernard

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2 Replies · Reply by Bernard Danko Aug 31

Storage Nodes in a Small Catchment Area

Hi everyone! I'm currently new to SWMM (real beginner) and I would just like to ask for some help from you. I'm trying to model LID facilities using SWMM. I wanted to compare our observed data from our manual monitoring and the simulation data from SWMM. I'm using storage nodes to represent LID facilities in my model. However, I can't seem to find how to delay the runoff or even lessen (store) the amount of runoff in the storage node. In other words, the flow in my junctions and outfalls are the same. (in between the junction and outfall is a storage node). I tried to change the properties of the storage node but still.. I don't know what could be the problem. I attached my model and the corresponding rainfall data with this post. Thank you so much! SWMMTrial.rar

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Pollutant Routing

Hi all! I am using SWMM 5.0 in order to simulate TSS in stormwater. I know that water quality routing within conduit assumes that the conduit behaves as a continuously stirred tank reactor (CSTR). In reference to the substance involved in the reaction, a perfect and ideal mixing is assumed, and the universal law of material balance is applied: where the coefficient K is the rate constant. I would like to know if it is possible to modify directly K in the above mentioned formula. If yes, how? I look forward to hearing from you soon. Thank you, Angela

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Head of the class: Ravens' John Urschel gets straight A's in four Ph.D. courses at MIT

Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman John Urschel isn't just taking classes at wholesale nfl jerseys the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He's acing them. That "streak" includes picking up his bachelor's and master's degrees in math at Penn State with 4.0 grade-point averages. Urschel has prided himself in remaining at the head of the class. While many NFL players have finished college by picking up their cheap nfl jerseys undergraduate diplomas, Urschel is working on his doctorate at one of the premier mathematics universities in the country. According to his MIT profile, Urschel is focused on spectral graph wholesale nfl jerseys theory, numerical linear algebra and machine learning. Urschel's mother wanted him to attend MIT as an cheap nfl jerseys undergraduate and even called the football coach to send game film. It was at that time when the coach told Urschel's mother that there was no need to do that. MIT doesn't make cuts in football. You just show up. So, this…

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Linking or Coupling SWMM with Genetic Algorithm

Hello, I'm working on the coupling of  SWMM with Genetic Algorithm by use Matlab language. I want to call SWMM in Matlab "Genetic Algorithm" Explain my idea: 1. build system model in SWMM. 2. Open "program Genetic Algorithm"  programming by Matlab language. 3. Call SWMM in "program Genetic Algorithm". 4. Do run for the model in SWMM. 5. Change value of pipe diameter  6. Replay run the model in SWMM with different value of Diameter. 7. Find Optimal diameter of sewer by Genetic Algorithm. Best…

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1 Reply · Reply by I Putu Gustave Suryantara Pariar May 9

Export time series of all nodes in one text file for SWMM

Hi, I am trying to make a link between SWMM and MATLAB (couple operation) to derive optimal policies. So, I call SWMM in MATLAB in each function evaluation process and need its results for decision making of optimization algorithm. The problem is that I need to export data of some control nodes in one "text file" (for example time series of depth in one internal node) to have access to that data and be able to evaluate the objective function and change the policy until convergence. As I see,…

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1 Reply · Reply by Robert Dickinson Feb 28

Safe way to change simulation data during runtime

Hello, I'm working on the coupling of  SWMM with a homemade 2D superficial flow model. The later is written in Python. For this purpose, I'm currently writing a Python wrapper for SWMM using ctypes. So far I managed to control a simulation from Python using swmm_step() and get results at each time-step using node_getResults().  But for my purpose I will need to exchange nodes data at runtime. Simply put, at each time-step I need to read values from given nodes, and then update them before the…

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1 Reply · Reply by Gerardo Andres Riaño Briceño Oct 23, 2015

the successful way to combine MATLAB with SWMM

Hi everyone,  I found there were many questions about how to call SWMM in matlab, and this problem has bothered me for a long time.  Now I find a way to combine MATLAB with SWMM, it solve my problem, and I want to share with your guys .  The principle is to read and change .inp file of SWMM, and call swmm in MATLAB, then read the .rpt file to import data to matlab workspace.  The step and the main command are like below: 1. use  the command 'textscan' in matlab to read .inp file, the result…

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1 Reply · Reply by Gerardo Andres Riaño Briceño Oct 23, 2015

open .out file

Hello everyone, I would like to read the .out file in a text editor created after a simulation in SWMM5. However I can't get anything readable when I open the file in notepad or some equivalent software. As I would like to combine SWMM and Matlab, I need to see and understand the structure of the .out file... Anyone knows how to do that? Thanks, Nicolas

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4 Replies · Reply by deville May 27, 2014

Sample code and example for link SWMM to Matlab

Hello folks, I was happy for the fact that I found this website but my excitement didnt last long! I read all of the dicussions here but I couldnt find a post which directly show me how to connect Matlab to SWMM. Yes, you do parallel processing and all of the fancy stuff with SWMM but I still don't know how call the SWMM! I may have missed something. I'm looking for a sample code to call SWMM from Matlab and do some changes to calibrate and essentially optimize the specific parameters. I think…

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3 Replies · Reply by Gerardo Andres Riaño Briceño Oct 23, 2015

Re: parallel swmm and matlab

Hi Ive been running an optimization of swmm using matlab. I was hoping to use the multistart and ga algorithms in parallel mode so I could make use of a multicore PC. I havent been able to get this running  (serial optimization is ok), since parallel calls are being made to SWMM and something is being overwritten.. What Ive tried is: - rename SWMM5.exe in matlab folder to SWMM5_1,2,3 corresponding to the core no. - assign the current .inp file to the current core number - cycle through the…

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5 Replies · Reply by Gerardo Andres Riaño Briceño Oct 23, 2015

editing subcatchment, node and conduit parameters using swmm5 interface commands

Hi there, I am going to edit some parameters in swmm5 input file through swmm5 interface commands. Is it possible to do that or not? I can find some commands to read results for example GetSingleResult to view simulation results for particular parameters but I can not find any commands to change some particular parameters as an new input file. I think this can be done for Epanet2 through epanet toolkit.  Please tell me if it is possible to change input file parameters (for example…

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Storage Nodes in a Small Catchment Area

Hi everyone! I'm currently new to SWMM (real beginner) and I would just like to ask for some help from you. I'm trying to model LID facilities using SWMM. I wanted to compare our observed data from our manual monitoring and the simulation data from SWMM. I'm using storage nodes to represent LID facilities in my model. However, I can't seem to find how to delay the runoff or even lessen (store) the amount of runoff in the storage node. In other words, the flow in my junctions and outfalls are…

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User prepared climate file for evaporation calculation

Dear all, I'd like SWMM to calculate Evaporation.  I've to prepared a user prepared text file with the information listed in the manual (section "climate files"). The text file, spaced delimited, looks like: Antwp 1998 1 1 7 5         (Station ID, Year, month, day, max temp, min temp)   When i try to run a simulation I get the error 339, meaning that SWMM doesn't recognize the file. - Is there anyone who can give me an example of a properly working User prepared climate file? Furthermore, i've…

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2 Replies · Reply by Uda Pannizzo Mar 23

velocity calculation for custom shape curve

Hello everyone, I'm wondering about the validity of the flow velocity calculation for user-supplied conduit shape curve. I simply compared the discharge/velocity/depth calculated with a rectangular closed shape and exactly the same curve but defined as a user-supplied shape curve and the results are significantly different. Furthermore, in the case of the user-supplied curve, if I compute manually the discharge with the velocity and depth calculated it is completely different than the computed…

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Calculate runoff depth of a subbasin

Hi all,

I am trying to calculate runoff depth for a subbasin from the subbasin peak flow ( collected from SWMM model)by inverting the manning's equation ( as SWMM uses manning's equation for the calculation of peak flow) . In that case,…

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Modeling "Leaf" Gates

I am trying to determine the best way to represent "leaf" gates in SWMM5.  The gate consists of two panels that overlap each other.  The top gate serves as an overflow weir and drops as the upstream water level rises.  If the top gate is fully…

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Diversion Sturctures and SSO events in SWMM 5

I'm a new user to SWMM and i'm currently trying to model SSO events at a waste water treatment plant. I've been using dynamic routing and I've been having trouble modeling the diversion structure. Currently I have a storage node acting as a wet…

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Running SWMM5 Using .bat files

Hi Robert,

I have a folder with many inp files representing different urbanization scenarios for a watershed in VA. I would like to automate the processing of this files because it is something I'll most probably will have to do…

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Large data output extraction in SWMM


I have developed a model with 33 subcatchments using 1 year hourly  rainfall data. The problem is when I try to get the runoff for all the subcatchments it says '' too many objects to display".

It would be really…

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i have every 1h of total 12h rainfall time series data and run for 12h . so i got total precipitation in status report is 108 mm but when i sum up total time series is 112mm which is grater then report.

moreover when i…

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thanks bob for your reply, can you tell me another issues like total precipitation in status report how it is calculated? i am using time series rainfall for 10 minute interval as intensity. total precipitation value and depth in status are not…

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Rui Daniel Pina commented on MeHa's blog post ArcGIS data into SWMM
"I updated the web-site with the installers: https://sites.google.com/site/inppins/download
This problem have been reported before, because the location in the MW web-site is not easy to access / intuitive. 
The official repositories of the applicati…"
Rui Daniel Pina and lubna are now friends
Robert Dickinson commented on MeHa's blog post ArcGIS data into SWMM
"I cannot download it either - I will find a previous install for you.

This download works for me - 
Leandro Villa commented on MeHa's blog post ArcGIS data into SWMM
"I cannot download the software, may someone send me exe file i needed inmediately. thank you "
Jorge Leandro replied to Jorge Leandro's discussion A methodology for linking 2D overland flow models with the sewer network model SWMM 5.1 based on dynamic link libraries
"Dear Leandro, thank you for your interest.
The article is not freely available on the website, but the codes are.
In any case, please send me an email with your request and I will forward you my Author's copy.
My email is easy to find, just type TUM…"
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Robert Dickinson replied to Jorge Leandro's discussion A methodology for linking 2D overland flow models with the sewer network model SWMM 5.1 based on dynamic link libraries
"Hi, You need to buy or rent the article - but here is the abstract which you will see if you click on the link

A methodology for linking 2D overland flow models with the sewer network model SWMM 5.1 based on dynamic link libraries
Jorge Lea…"
Sep 22
Leandro Villa replied to Jorge Leandro's discussion A methodology for linking 2D overland flow models with the sewer network model SWMM 5.1 based on dynamic link libraries
"If is possible to read the article? i'm working about the same topic"
Sep 22
Leandro Villa and HUSSEIN ABED OBAID AL-ISAWI joined SWMM5 - Stormwater Management Model
Sep 22
"Hi there, please how can import data from GIS to SWMM?"
Sep 22
Robert Dickinson replied to Bernard Danko's discussion What size and how many downspouts?
"Thank you Lori.  Is this a visual way to count the number of downspouts or some other way?"
Sep 22
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Sep 22
Lori R Delagarza replied to Bernard Danko's discussion What size and how many downspouts?
"Thank you, for sharing the information and link. There can even be a way to get it done in a professional way. Recently, when one of my friends encountered the similar analysis problem about evaluating downspouts and other more confusions, he got in…"
Sep 22
Hello CM, what is your question?
CM left a comment for CM
"Thanks Roberts
Can you please help me with some input on  inpPins which gives GIS capability to SWMM"
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Robert Dickinson left a comment for CM
"Welcome CM!"
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CM is now a member of SWMM5 - Stormwater Management Model
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