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  1. Rescuing checked out network from oversized database (IWCS)

    I wasn't paying attention to my database size, and it ended up going beyond the 2 GB limit of CS. I have one network checked out that I really need to save because it is the final improvements for a...
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    Thanks! I have sent an email.

    Thanks! I have sent an email.
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    Data Import Error

    I am trying to import some network data from shapefiles. Whenever I load the shapefile in the Data Import Center, I get the error "Invalid Array Index". Any idea what is going on here? It is...
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    Raana, we are still changing decimal precision in...

    Raana, we are still changing decimal precision in version 12.5 and have had no issues.
  5. If you're using the Forcemain solution type for...

    If you're using the Forcemain solution type for the rising main, then make sure the main is actually rising. A downward sloping forcemain can cause initialization issues (and worst case start...
  6. I have modeled several manifolded pressure...

    I have modeled several manifolded pressure systems like this, and I would highly recommend using at least CS for this task. Getting a manifolded system to initialize correctly and actually perform...
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    Be sure and save every time you make a single...

    Be sure and save every time you make a single change in the RTC editor. It likes to crash IW a lot.
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    Does that type of set up require 4 licences? One...

    Does that type of set up require 4 licences? One for each simultaneous simulation?
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    We've done a bit of benchmarking here with our 1D...

    We've done a bit of benchmarking here with our 1D CS models and found that the sweet spot is 4 core Intel processors with 8-16 GB of RAM. We can throw more cores and more RAM at it, but eventually...
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    How large are you talking about? We've found that...

    How large are you talking about? We've found that the the JET format IWM database is good up to 2 GB. For our largest projects, we keep multiple IWM databases for different phases of the project...
  11. If you have been using extensive data flags, then...

    If you have been using extensive data flags, then finding the changed sections and updating them won't be difficult at all. You can use SQL queries select the changed objects based on flags and then...
  12. Katie, We have solved this by using a dummy...

    Katie,

    We have solved this by using a dummy pipe coming off of the wet well. The dummy pipe is a 5 foot long, 2-inch diameter conduit attached to a very small node. The purpose is to be able to...
  13. We rely heavily on SET queries when doing model...

    We rely heavily on SET queries when doing model build, clean-up, and validation. It makes the process much faster being able to make changes quickly and have the data be flagged properly at the same...
  14. I am a firm believer in the "Bigger is Better"...

    I am a firm believer in the "Bigger is Better" approach to building sanitary models. They are easier to build, calibrate and update. Our modeling methodology is based around building full pipe...
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