October 1, 2017 - New Inflow & Infiltration Tool Release

We are excited to release our new Infiltration and Inflow (I&I) tool at a time when the wet fall weather is finally settling in. With our new I&I tool, we are leading the way in simple, easy to use tools that provide you the analytical results to make decisions fast!

I&I Projects

Storm events, patterns and correlation settings can be saved as a project to reuse anytime for site analysis. This saves time since the set-up process doesn’t need to be repeated. This new feature also allows users to ‘work in batch’ by picking a collection of sites to study, whereas the previous version only allowed one site per study.

Dry Weather Pattern Finder

Instead of manually searching data for dry weather patterns, simply define some parameters and the system will fetch them. It also allows users to quickly build their own dry weather patterns. Select several dry days, and the system will average them out to determine the pattern for a single dry day.

Storm Event Finder

This enables fast identification of useful rainstorms for I&I studies. Instead of manually hunting for events, simply input a few parameters and the system will automatically list relevant rainstorms, including details such as when and how much it rained. This is great for engineers who must use a variety of storms to ensure accuracy in their I&I studies.

RDII Charts and Correlation Graphs

These can now be viewed, configured and revised simultaneously, allowing to efficiently set up outputs based on specific project needs.

Learn more

To learn more about our I&I tool, refer to our User Guide, which talks all about how to use the tool.
As well, you can reach out to our Sales team to schedule a one-on-one live demo.

Let us know what you think!

This new tool is the result of feedback from users like you. We are always looking for ways to improve FlowWorks, and we welcome you to submit your comments and suggestions to our Community page.

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