This course is aimed at anyone new to InfoWorks ICM as well as users who have experience of the InfoWorks suite of software.
The InfoWorks ICM software will be introduced, looking at the database management, exploring the GIS user interface and model creation tools. Model build, simulations and results analysis will be covered in detail as well as looking at modelling ancillary structures and the implementation of real time control. The course will build towards the attendee creating an integrated urban drainage model within InfoWorks ICM combining an urban drainage model with a fluvial model. This will be built on to introduce the 2D capabilities of InfoWorks ICM and a 1D-2D model will be produced as well as exploring the more advanced mesh editing capabilities.
The attendee should leave the course with a solid foundation in the principle features and capabilities of the InfoWorks ICM software.
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Participants are guided through a series of practicals by computer hands-on training interspersed with Powerpoint presentations.
A basic understanding of computers is required. Some familiarity with GIS or Microsoft Office programs would be advantageous although not essential. Understanding of urban drainage systems and/or river systems would also be helpful although not a requirement. Familiarity with the Infoworks suite of software may also be of use.
Day 1: 1D Basics
- General overview
- Database functionality
- IT Implementation
- Navigating the network
- Version control and scenarios
- 1D sewer model
- Rainfall and Boundary Conditions
- Running a Simulation
- Reviewing Results
Day 2: 1D Advanced
- Real Time Control
- River models
- River structures
- Coupling 1D models
- Troubleshooting Models
Day 3: 2D
- Introduction to 2D modelling
- Analysing 2D results
- Advanced mesh building and editing
- Coupling 1D-2D models