At times I want to route subcatchment flow to a certain point on the 2D mesh. This could be for directing building runoff to the street/curb or simply making sure the runoff gets to the inlet structure without forcing it into the underground network ignoring inlet capacity.
It would be ideal to simply route subcatchment flow to 2D outfalls or 2D inflow points.7 votes
Incorporate ARR2019 Initial Loss & Continuing Loss (IL/CL) infilitration type for 2D Infiltration surfaces
ICM currently allows 4 infiltration types in 2D infiltration types:
Australian Rainfall and Runoff 2019 talks default initial loss and continuing loss parameters for rural catchments, values for which which can be found in the BOM data hub.
A new 2D infiltration type which allows the simple IL/CL would allow 2D modelling more inline with ARR2019.4 votes
Australian flood modelling user have requested access to the WBNM hydrology method inside InfoWorks ICM. WBNM is one of the endorsed methods in Australian Rainfall & Runoff and large numbers of historical studies use this method.4 votes
InfoWorks ICM currently has the RAFTS Hydrological Routing method, but as a flood modelling user, I would like access to the RORB method as an option inside ICM. It is a similar method to RAFTS and would help endorsement of the software where RORB hydrology is a requirement.4 votes
It would be great to add PMP (probable maximum precipitation) calculator to XPSWMM and XPSTORM1 vote
At the moment it is not possible to set a pollutograph for subcatchments, and the modeller is obliged first to run the hydrology, export the hydrograph, re-import the hydrograph as inflow, and finally re-run with a pollutograph4 votes
As a user, I want to generate a synthetic hyetorapg (Chicago Storm) rainfall based on IDF relationship so these storms can be used in ICM.2 votes
XPRAFTS to be updated to allow for a minimum of 5 sub catchments per node like XPSWMM does.1 vote
Ability to work with some of the new data from the Australian BOM.1 vote
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