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1MWH SoftWhat’s New inInfoWorks CS v9.5Andrew Walker
2What’s New in CS v9.5 New Features Variable Frequency Drive Pumps New Force Main Solution ModelHazen-Williams Roughness TypeEnhancements to Creation of TIN Ground ModelsGround Model Height Correction ToolImprovement to Find Network Objects ToolRTC Grid Editor ImprovementsParameter to Stop Simulation if Initialisation FailsDecimal Precision of Horton Coefficients IncreasedNew Diagnostic Polygon ToolAbility to Crop All Polygon Types
3What’s New in CS v9.5 New Features Expand Short Links Tool Selected Objects Results GridNew 'Clear Ground Model' Menu OptionEnhancements to Google™Earth integrationEnhancements to SQL featuresImproved Network Label Field Settings DialogZoom and Pan Functionality in GeoPlanJump to First/Last Tab in Grid ViewsAbility to Add Comments Prior to Check In
4What’s New in CS v9.5 New Features (2D) 2D Initial Conditions New 2D Simulation Polygon Boundary Condition2D Boundary Condition ObjectsAbility to Apply Rainfall and Evaporation Profiles to a 2D MeshNew Gully 2D Flood Type for NodesNew 2D OutfallNew 2D Node ResultsNew 2D Results Analysis Objects
5What’s New in CS v9.5 New Features (2D) Meshing Summary Information at 2D Simulation PolygonImproved Flexibility for 2D Results Export2D Results Mesh Export to GIS FilesGraph Reports Extended to Include 2D Results Analysis PointsPorous Walls Automatically Included in Meshing ProcessImproved Digitisation of 2D Polygons and PolylinesSimplify Geometry Tool now Includes 2D Objects and Links2D Mesh Efficiency Improvement
6What’s New in CS v9.5 Variable Frequency Drive Pumps A new pump type has been added. The Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) pump acts as a variable speed roto-dynamic pump whose actual speed is defined by the use of Real Time Control.
7What’s New in CS v9.5Variable Frequency Drive Pumps
8What’s New in CS v9.5 Variable Frequency Drive Pumps Flow, Head and Power are governed by affinity lawsExample : if Speed changes 10%Flow change 10%Head change 21 %Power change 33%
9What’s New in CS v9.5Variable Frequency Drive Pumps
10What’s New in CS v9.5Variable Frequency Drive Pumps
11What’s New in CS v9.5 New Force Main Solution Model A new solution model has been introduced for conduits. The "ForceMain" solution model is similar to the Pressurised Pipe Model and has been introduced to represent specific types of pressurised system.
12What’s New in CS v9.5New Force Main Solution Model
13What’s New in CS v9.5New Force Main Solution Model
14What’s New in CS v9.5New Force Main Solution Model
15What’s New in CS v9.5New Force Main Solution Model
16What’s New in CS v9.5New Force Main Solution Model
17What’s New in CS v9.5New Force Main Solution Model
18What’s New in CS v9.5New Force Main Solution Model
19What’s New in CS v9.5 Hazen-Williams Roughness Type A new roughness type has been added to conduit objects. The Hazen-Williams (HW) roughness type is valid for use with the "ForceMain" Solution model.Improvement to Find Network Objects ToolIt is now possible to search for network objects of types other than Nodes, Links and Subcatchments using the Find Network Objects Dialog.RTC Grid Editor ImprovementsImprovements have been made to the RTC Grid Editor first introduced in Version 9.0:-Can now be opened from the Catchment Window or Explorer View.Right click on the RTC Scenario in the Catchment Window.Explorer View and select Open As... from the popup menu.Select the Editor option from the Select Format dialog.Now possible to open a blank RTC Scenario with no dependents.Regulator properties are now displayed in the grid editor.
20What’s New in CS v9.5New Run Parameter to stop Simulation if Initialisation FailsA new run parameter has been added to the Schedule Hydraulic Run Dialog.The Exit if initialisation fails option is used to stop the simulation if the initialisation phase fails.If the option is unchecked the simulation will be allowed to continue if initialisation fails.
21What’s New in CS v9.5Decimal Precision of Horton Coefficients IncreasedThe decimal precision of the Horton Initial, Horton Limiting, Horton Decay and Horton Recovery fields for Runoff Surfaces has been increased to three decimal places, allowing greater accuracy when using the Horton Infiltration Model.Diagnostic Polygon toolIt is now possible to easily identify errors and carry out visual inspection of GIS and polygon areas. Diagnostic polygons are generated from polygons and/or GIS layers.
22What’s New in CS v9.5 Enhancements to Google™Earth integration Improvements have been made to the export to Google™Earth. It is now possible to export data as a collection of KML and PNG files that can be accessed by Google™Earth via a server whose URL you specify in the Export to KMZ for Google Earth dialog.You can also control the size and number of tiles required to cover the network and provide the fully-detailed view when it is zoomed in. Other new options include:-· Export selected object only· Export visible layers only· Show or hide object names and descriptions· Control font and label sizes· Export of Floodmapper flooding contours· Export of 2D Triangle themes as ground overlays· Control over the dimension of ground images· Show or hide results· Group results by timestep· Specify which timestep results to export
23What’s New in CS v9.5 New 'Clear Ground Model' Menu Option A Ground Model loaded onto the current GeoPlan can now be removed from the GeoPlan without closing the view. Select the Clear Ground Model option from the Network menu to remove the Ground Model from the GeoPlan View.Jump to First/Last Tab in Grid ViewsButtons have been added to the bottom of the Grid Views in addition to the scroll buttons which allow jumping to the first or last tab in the view.Zoom and Pan Functionality in GeoPlanIt is now possible to use the mouse scroll wheel to zoom and pan in the GeoPlan View.· Scroll the wheel to zoom in and out· Hold down the wheel and drag the cursor to panZooming can also be carried out in this way in the 3D Terrain View, Long Section View and 3D Manhole View.
24What’s New in CS/2D v9.5 Ground Model Manipulation Ground Model Height Adjustment
25What’s New in CS/2D v9.5 Ground Model Manipulation Ground Model Size Reduction
27What’s New in CS/2D v9.5Apply Rainfall and Evaporation Profiles to a 2D MeshIt is now possible to apply rainfall and evaporation profiles to 2D mesh elements. The rainfall profile will be applied to all mesh elements of all 2D Simulation Polygons in the network that have the Apply rainfall option selected.
28What’s New in CS/2D v9.5Apply Rainfall and Evaporation Profiles to a 2D MeshApplies to entire 2D simulation polygonPitched roofs - 1D subcatchments
29What’s New in CS/2D v9.5 2D Initial Conditions It is now possible to specify initial values for level, depth and velocity to be applied to 2D mesh elements at the start of a 2D Simulation.New Gully 2D Flood Type for NodesA new Flood type for nodes has been added. The Gully 2D flood type allows a head discharge relationship between the manhole and the 2D mesh to be defined by use of a Head Discharge Table.Meshing Summary Information at 2D Simulation PolygonSummary information displayed in the HTML log when a 2D Simulation Polygon is meshed is now appended to the Notes field of the meshed polygon. This allows information such as ground model and network objects used to generate a particular mesh to be viewed easily.Graph Reports now Includes 2D Results Analysis PointsIt is now possible to compare results at Results Analysis Points (previously known as Point Selection Points) using Graph Reports. When producing these reports it is now possible to include a selection of Results Analysis Points for graphing instead of a selection of network objects.
30What’s New in CS/2D v9.5 New 2D Outfall A new node type of Outfall 2D has been added to allow modelling of discharge from outfalls to 2D areas.
31What’s New in CS/2D v9.5 New 2D Outfall Level in 2D creates boundary condition for 1D outfall link
32What’s New in CS/2D v9.5New 2D Outfall2D Outfalls and Controls
33What’s New in CS/2D v9.5 New 2D Simulation Polygon Boundary Condition The Normal Condition boundary type assumes that slope balances friction forces (normal flow). Depth and velocity are kept constant when water reaches the boundary so water can flow out without boundary losses.2D Boundary Condition ObjectsTwo boundary condition objects have been introduced for use in 2D modelling:2D Point Source objects are used to define the location of a flow-time boundary point within a 2D Simulation Polygon when undertaking 2D Modelling. Inflow associated with the point source discharges to the 2D mesh element in which the point is located.2D Boundary objects are used to define alternative boundary conditions along a section of a 2D Simulation Polygon boundary. The boundary condition defined at the line will override the 2D Simulation Polygon boundary type where the line and polygon boundary coincide.
34What’s New in CS/2D v9.5 New 2D Simulation Polygon Boundary Condition Boundary condition objects in action:
35What’s New in CS/2D v9.5 Points Lines Polygons New 2D Results ReportingNew ToolbarNew 2D Results ReportingNew ToolbarPointsLinesPolygonsNew Group
36What’s New in CS/2D v9.5New 2D Results ReportingNode Results
37What’s New in CS/2D v9.5New 2D Results Reporting2D Point Results
38What’s New in CS/2D v9.5 Porous Wall New 2D Results Reporting 2D Multiple Locations ComparisonPorous Wall
39What’s New in CS/2D v9.5New 2D Results Reporting2D Line Results
40What’s New in CS/2D v9.5New 2D Results Reporting2D Polygon Results
41What’s New in CS/2D v9.5 New 2D Results Reporting 2D Results exported to MapInfo or ESRI GIS
42MWH SoftWhat’s New inInfoWorks CS v9.5Andrew Walker