INTEGRATED ALL-SOURCE CATCHMENT MODELING
InfoWorks ICM (Integrated Catchment Modeling) builds on the capabilities of InfoWorks ICM SE
understanding of the processes occurring in the holistic environment.
• Flooding and pollution prediction under complex urban and river interaction • Assessment of future catchment needs as a result of growth or climatic changes • Irrigation and drought management • Hydraulic analysis of wastewater treatment • Sediment transport and water quality modeling and pollution control assessment
UNPRECEDENTED MODEL CREATION
InfoWorks ICM gives engineers the ability to create a single model that contains the salient features existing in
GREATER EFFICIENCIES WITH REMOTE SIMULATION
InfoWorks ICM Remote Simulation allows remote agent machines to simulate models, allowing engineers to return to the task of modeling without affecting their computer’s performance. This is increasingly valuable as engineers need to evaluate a large number of scenarios within complex techniques.
made channels to create a model in which the catchment and ability to model objects such as bridges, sluices, weirs and pumps allows the creation of models that are more complete and more accurate than ever before.
users to directly import and export InfoWorks ICM data in a variety of formats (e.g., Oracle, SQL, Geodatabases) as well as interface with the powerful InfoWorks ICM simulation engine to create their own custom solutions. It also streamlines the creation of custom applications and interfaces that enable users to view or modify data for evaluation and comparison of various modeling scenarios.
CUTTING EDGE SIMULATION TECHNIQUES
• be employed across both the wastewater and river components of the model, providing more precise modeling • Water quality and sedimentation studies can be carried out across both 1D and 2D areas, allowing users to assess the fate of pollutants entering the catchment from both wash off and point sources. Users can model dissolved oxygen, nitrite, nitrate, pH, salt, water temperature, coliforms and more. • between these two components at any location along the river, allowing real life conditions to be more accurately modeled.
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