EFFICIENTLY PREDICT AND REDUCE OVERFLOW EVENTS
InfoSewer provides fast and comprehensive hydraulic
sewage and stormwater. Extensive scenario management functionality enables users to develop and compare remedial alternatives for eliminating CSOs and SSOs and restore or increase capacity to meet environmental regulations and improve system management. Its advanced fast looped force main modeling algorithm allows accurate steady state
domestic, commercial and industrial contributions and their impact on receiving waters.
SMARTER PLANNING USING AUTOMATED DESIGN
InfoSewer allows users to quickly and reliably design new sewer collection systems and expansions. The program automatically calculates the optimal pipe size and slope, invert elevation of conduits and manholes, soil cover depths at both ends of each pipe section, and cost of excavation and reinstatement to meet target design criteria. It then adds the new infrastructure to the model database.
LEVERAGE EXISTING GIS INVESTMENTS
InfoSewer capitalizes on the intelligence and versatility of the
the powerful ArcGIS environment.
RICH PRESENTATION OF RESULTS
Using powerful ArcGIS thematic mapping functionality, InfoSewer makes it easy to turn dry database information into stunningly colorful, fully dimensional visualizations. Users can generate beautiful, accurate, and smooth contours for any variable, including hydraulic grade line, elevation or water quality — even overlay multiple contours on a single drawing. They can also draw on a range of other coded mapping, dynamic annotation/labelling, graphing,
POWERFUL DYNAMIC WATER QUALITY MODELING
Developing effective water quality monitoring programs will improve safety practices and prolong the life of system water quality computational capabilities that allow users to induced corrosion, sediment transport and deposition, time of concentration, biochemical oxygen demand and pollutant loading and buildup. Sources can also be traced to identify
animation to produce truly compelling results.
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