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Combining Sewage And Storm Models

I have For  the same network 2 Models one is Storm run using SWMM solver (the flows in the models are catchment areas with time depth graph) and the other is sewage run using GVF-Convex (the flows in the models are sewage flow entered as population and sanitary loading with extreme flow setups for the peak factor calculations), the question is how i combine them keeping the SWMM solver running (sewage flow are peaked and fixed in the manholes) ?!!

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  • Dears Craig & Jesse

    Thanks For Your Fast reply, i appreciated. The Network I am talking about is exiting one (all the data i have for it is only a sewage model with population and unit sanitary loads with solver GVF-Convex ) that carries sewage flow and in the construction phase the contractor connected the storm catch basins to it. so i need to simulate the most worst case that all pipes are fully loaded with the peak sewage flow while the exact storm event is happening. 

    I know that both engines will not run together, for that i tried to convert the peaked flow to a fixed one but i faced a problem that i can't get the peaked flow for each manhole to define it as inflow (wet) fixed flow.

    Thanks a lot in advance

    Diaa Abdelrahman 

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  • Dears Craig & Jesse

    Thanks For Your Fast reply, i appreciated. The Network I am talking about is exiting one (all the data i have for it is only a sewage model with population and unit sanitary loads with solver GVF-Convex ) that carries sewage flow and in the construction phase the contractor connected the storm catch basins to it. so i need to simulate the most worst case that all pipes are fully loaded with the peak sewage flow while the exact storm event is happening. 

    I know that both engines will not run together, for that i tried to convert the peaked flow to a fixed one but i faced a problem that i can't get the peaked flow for each manhole to define it as inflow (wet) fixed flow.

    Thanks a lot in advance

    Diaa Abdelrahman 

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