InfoWorks ICM version 10.0 offers a large number of new and enhanced features. Existing customers will find full details in the Help pages. If you're not yet a customer, contact us for more info on any aspect of InfoWorks ICM.
- Episode collections: Multiple simulations for different time periods are now possible. It's possible to pre-determine discrete hydraulic run times contained within the full run duration through episode collections. The episodes for full hydraulics can be generated through import, manual input, or statistical template results. Also, for runs using episode collections, users now have a choice of using no hydrology, runoff only or defined runoff only times (preceding episode times) for condition setting.
- Bulk updates for TSDB: You can do bulk import and export of datastream configurations for observed and forecast for TSDBs, meaning manual data entry is no longer necessary. You can map .csv contained columns to TSDB fields.
- Understand overall losses better: The infiltration losses which occur during a run can be graphed for simulations not using the groundwater infiltration module. Evaporation results can be graphed alongside rainfall intensity for a better understanding of overall losses.
- 2D conduits and linear drainage now GPU supported: Linear drainage (2D) and Conduits (2D) are now implemented in GPU as well as CPU. GPU now supports Linear Drainage (2D) and Conduits (2D).
- SQL queries across multiple networks: You can run SQL queries across multiple networks, rather than only on the active network. Find it via the “Run query across multiple networks” option.
- MicroDrainage importer: It is now possible to import sediment depth and percentage impervious attributes from MicroDrainage networks.
- State saving: Improvements have been made to state saving, meaning that unnecessary rainfall history is no longer included and drastically reducing the state file size in some cases.
- Custom graph performance improvements: The redraw speed for custom graphs after scales have been changed has been significantly improved, this is particularly noticeable for observed vs predicted graphs.
Plus many more new features.