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Version 10.0 of InfoWorks, FloodWorks and InfoNet just released further underlines Wallingford Software’s acknowledged position as the pre-eminent modeling software developers for the water industry. A major addition to InfoWorks RS, CS and SD is the new collapsing wall functionality of the 2D engine. Initially developed to model cascades of falling dams V10.0 enables any type of barrier to collapse based on either; depth, water level, velocity or unit force criteria. A whole ‘wall’ or just segments can be collapsed. This new release incorporates considerable new enhancements and features that bring benefits by way of greater productivity, efficiency and performance. Andrew Brown, Operations Director of Wallingford Software commented on the release of InfoWorks, InfoNet and FloodWorks V10.0: ‘This new release demonstrates our commitment to putting improved functionality at the fingertips of every user. Enhancements such as the addition of the Collapsing Wall facility further endorse InfoWorks as the most comprehensive tools for providing accurate 2D representations of the hydraulically significant processes associated with urban flooding. The V10.0 release has benefits ranging from major additions through to time saving details.’
V10.0 restores Water Quality Modeling to InfoWorks SD. Physical process models within this module include a surface pollutant build-up model, surface pollutant washoff model, gully pot model, wastewater profile generator, sediment transport model and an in-pipe water quality model. It also allows for user-defined pollutants, bed-load sediment fractions, and the modeling of bed-load movement separately from the suspended sediment movement.
The introduction of a 64-bit platform for 2D models provides technical advances in terms of larger meshes and faster mesh processing speed. The new multi-core support in the 2D simulation engine shortens overall simulation times providing even greater efficiencies.
It is now possible to resample a Ground Model in order to reduce spacing between vertices of a River Section node without the need to redraw the section along with a number of new facilities and enriched tools.
Among many new highlights are improvements to the Critical Link Analysis (CLA) functionality. It is now possible to run a Critical Link Analysis to simulate the closure of a selection of multiple links at the same time.
There are numerous enhancements including several significant ones to Web Publishing. These include the ability to specify FTP Username and Password and the facility to publish ""unbundled"" web reports. Web reports were previously only available as HTML via the web server, using user-supplied stylesheets. Now users with an appropriate license can access the raw XML and image files directly.
Objects representing properties/customers were introduced for Collection Networks in InfoNet version 9.0. In this version these Property objects have also been added for Distribution Networks. In addition, Incident objects for both Collection and Distribution networks have been enhanced to allow their association with a Property object. Four new maintenance activity objects have been added for Distribution Networks. Enhancements have been made to manhole and manhole survey property sheets in relation to EU Standards. There have also been improvements to cost estimator functionality.
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