Two-day InfoSewer training workshop with detailed instruction on InfoSewer key features and practical step-by-step exercises to enhance learning objectives.
Upon completion of this course, you will have complete knowledge of InfoSewer and will be able to create, maintain, run, and analyze your wastewater collection system models and databases within a true GIS environment while interfacing with your GIS application software. In this comprehensive two day course you will receive hands-on training for InfoSewer and will be able to utilize the suite of features such as input and output comparison graphs and reports, database customization, database and result querying, mapping and labeling using GIS imported layers, importing and exporting GIS shapefile data, graphic animation sequences of time-varying parameters, custom-built reports, and much more.
Establish hot-link connections to any system component to launch facility details, URLs, or schematics. Learn to perform sewer system analyses under various peaked or unpeaked loadings. Evaluate steady-state design simulations using d/D ratios, flow, and velocity criteria. Recommend piping and pipe costing for parallel and/or replacement pipes. Analyze dynamic simulations which route loads over a series of timesteps. Identify optimal wet well cycling and pump operations. Evaluate comprehensive scenario schemes and facility configurations to plan and design for varying system loading and operating conditions. Extract and validate GIS data to the network model for efficient load, elevation or other customized data input using tabular or spatial joins with ESRI GeoDatabases and ArcSDE Layers.
The web training will be conducted in three-hour sessions twice a day. See the agenda for the material covered in each session.
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Once you have reserved your space, you will receive a follow up email with registration information.
- Two monitors
- ArcGIS license
8:00 – 11:00 am Mountain Standard Time (MST)
- Chapter 1 – InfoSewer Product Overview
- Chapter 2 – The InfoSewer Project (Data Model)
- Chapter 3 – Creating an InfoSewer Model
1:00 – 4:00 pm MST
- Chapter 4 – Working in the InfoSewer Interface
- Chapter 5 – Building Hydraulic Model Parameters
- Chapter 6 – Running a Steady State Analysis and Viewing Results
8:00 – 11:00 am MST
- Chapter 7 – Running an Extended Period Simulation and Viewing Results
- Chapter 8 – Design Simulation
- Chapter 9 – Scenario Management
1:00 – 4:00 pm MST
- Chapter 10 – Storm Modeling
- Chapter 11 – Water Quality Modeling
- Chapter 12 – Additional InfoSewer Features