GIS-BASED DYNAMIC SEWER FLOW ESTIMATION FOR INFOSWMM AND INFOSWMM SA
An invaluable wastewater master planning tool, InfoSWMM SFEM (Sewer Flow Estimation Model) was developed to support the short-term and long-range planning needs of wastewater utilities worldwide. The program uses census, land use and other planning data to estimate current and
POWERFUL SEWER MANAGEMENT
InfoSWMM SFEM changes the way wastewater utilities around the world combine GIS data with dynamic network modeling and advanced analytics to expand and maintain large, complex and rapidly aging wastewater collection systems. Its primary strength is the ability to accurately evaluate sewer system capacity and overloaded sewer mains with a high risk of collapse, and determine the condition of sewers. Armed with this information, wastewater utilities can plan improvements that mitigate or avoid adverse public health and economic impacts and keep the sewer system operating effectively well into the future, even in the face of limited budgets and growing populations.
UNRIVALED SEWER FLOW ESTIMATION
InfoSWMM SFEM uses standard census and land use data population distribution pattern on the block level of a region, sewersheds are dynamically generated either based on
The logic tree is then used to develop a comprehensive from four main components including residents, employment, industries and groundwater basins.
COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING CAPABILITIES
InfoSWMM SFEM lets users conduct several levels of planning studies to assess current sewer system capacity
perform general planning analyses.
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