This module includes US-EPA SWMM5 engine for modelling stormwater and wastewater systems from primarily urban areas. Simulates unsteady flow in pipe and channel networks including:
- Junctions, outfalls, dividers and storage units. Links, pumps, orifices, weirs, outlets, transects and regulators
- Subcritical and supercritical flow conditions in partially full, full and pressurised pipes and open channels
- Catchment rainfall routing and infiltration with option of modelling the effects from I/I, LIDS, snow pack and groundwater
This module simulates unsteady flow in pipe and channel networks, including:
- Circular manholes, junctions, retention basins, soakaways. Standard and flexible cross-sections, weirs, orifices, pumps, valves, flow regulators and storm water inlets.
- Simulation of partially full, full and pressurised pipes and open channels
- Continuous simulations involving RDI and long-term statistics
- Optimisation of network capacity
- Wet weather management to reduce CSO
- Design and optimisation of real-time controls
- Sustainable stormwater management
Connections can be made seamlessly between collection systems and river networks.
This module simulates the flow in the natural river. It supports weirs and culverts and is typically used with the Rainfall Runoff module to represent hydrological inflows from the catchment. Connections can be made seamlessly between pipe network and river. Includes AUTOCAL, a general tool for parameter estimation and sensitivity analysis that automatically utilises available multicore resources.