I am modeling a small (<1acre) pervious area and running continuous simulations of ~ 2yrs to check the impact of various depression storage values. Based on the SWMM manual and other sources I assumed the total runoff and outflow would be reduced prRead more…
In the Summary Report (of SWMM 5.1.010), the *.rpt file, under the "Node Depth Summary" table there's a column with a heading that reads "Reported Max Depth". Each (depth) value listed under this column is always less than the "MaximumRead more…
I'm working on a swmm interface and I'm trying to retrieve volume data at nodes from the shared library.
However, it seems that Node[j].fullVolume and any other node volume information is always zero (should be different for storage, though):
I have a rainfall file that had been modified by the City (attached).
For each row, there is 24 numbers for each hour of that day.
It is so big containing every hourly record for 30 years.
How to make iRead more…
I am a new user of SWMM5 and I am working on a model to know the flood depths at nodes. I noticed that in kinematic wave, there are no results for max ponding depth, but instead shows max ponding volume. Please advise on how I can determineRead more…
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The International Stormwater Best Management Practices (BMP) Database project website features a database of over 530 BMP studies, performance analysis resultRead more…
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 PythonRead more…
Hi, am running SWMM from the commandline, meaning I can only access the .RPT file and not the 'Statistics Report' utility which is available only in the GUI. Because I am interested in the inter-event statistics of precipition and flow of a link, isRead more…
You can model water quality as a SWMM 5 inflow time series using the following steps:
1. Model Water Quality (TSS for Example)
2. Add the needed inflow Time Series at a Node
3. Include both a Flow
4. and a TSS Time Series
5. The TSS time Series isRead more…
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