Designing drainage gets a little bit harder when you adopt the complexities of green design, have a lot of local standards to meet, or need to translate your designs and show how it’s all going to work to a demanding audience. In our latest Water Talk, Hunter Sparks and Midori Patterson tackled the most common […]
From big ideas to better workflows, the Autodesk University (AU) community came together virtually in 2021 to learn new skills, explore new approaches to shared challenges, and step into the new possible. Innovyze made its debut on the virtual main stage last year with the announcement of Info360 Asset during the General Session Keynote and […]
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Storm, sewer, flood
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The drainage design process can be long, challenging, and inefficient – particularly if you need to model in a high-density, urban, underground-infrastructure environment. But with the right workflow, it doesn’t have to be. Join us for our next Water Talk on Tuesday, July 12th. Hosted by Hunter Sparks and Midori Patterson, they’ll be talking about […]
We’re proud of our Water Talks, especially when new experts on the scene have an opportunity to share their industry insights. Software engineers Youssef Al Fahham, Nathan Gerdts, and Susana Betts took the main stage of Zoom recently to share how water experts can improve water quality in their community with new UDF functionalities inside […]
Which rainfall theory should I use when designing and simulating drainage networks for the UK – FSR or FEH? At the support desk for InfoDrainage, we frequently hear this question. For drainage designs to be valid, they have to meet the no-surcharge, no-flood criteria. Pipes have to be sized adequately and effective storage solutions need to be […]
If you’ve ever unscrewed your bathroom faucet’s aerator screen to clean out hard water sediment deposits, you know that simply pulling it out, turning it around, and rinsing it under water does wonders. What a difference approaching the problem from a different angle makes. So it goes with all manner of pipes. Moving away from […]
For 92% of the world, the highest extreme climate risk comes from precipitation-related events, with most of those driven by rain. If those numbers sound dire, they don’t brighten up when you factor in the infrastructure decline in the US. Thankfully, there are academic voices doing the difficult work of highlighting the challenges and coming […]
Storm, sewer, flood
We host a new Water Talk every fortnight, and it was a relief to take a break from talking for a change and let our friend Susan Knepper from OHM Advisors tell their story during this most recent one. She went over past emergency scenarios and how the folks at OHM Advisors responded. It was […]