Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Aquaveo Watershed Modeling System v8.3

About the software
  • WMS is developed by Aquaveo, an engineering services company with many years of experience developing watershed modeling solutions.
Hydraulic modeling & floodplain mapping
  • Define a stream centerline and bank stations.
  • Define cross section locations.
  • Automatically cut cross sections and derive Manning's roughness values from elevation and ground material data.
  • Export cross sections to the HEC-RAS or Simplified Dam Break hydraulic models.
  • Run the hydraulic model and read the water elevations back into WMS.
  • Read water surface elevation data from a hydraulic model or manually input known water surface elevations.
  • Create flood extents and flood depth maps using digital terrain data and water surface elevation data points.
  • Link the peak flow or complete hydrograph from any of the WMS-supported hydrologic models to an HEC-RAS hydraulic model.
Storm drain modeling
  • Draw a storm drain network or import a network from GIS.
  • Compute elevations, lengths, and slopes of pipes from underlying elevation data.
  • Link the storm drain network to your hydrologic model data.
  • Export the hydrologic model data and the storm drain network to EPA-SWMM or XP-SWMM.
  • Import existing EPA-SWMM or XP-SWMM files into WMS.
Import what you need
  • USGS DEMs - download and use any format of DEM from the USGS.
  • USGS NED data - seamless elevation data can be downloaded and read into WMS.
  • ArcGIS Raster (ASCII format) - read elevation or attribute data in gridded format from ArcGIS.
  • ESRI Shape files - read all shapes and attributes into WMS.
  • DXF and DWG CAD files - WMS now supports the latest versions of DXF and DWG.
  • TIFF, JPEG image files - images along with geo-referencing information can be read by WMS.
How Install Watershed Modeling System v8.3

1- Setup the Program.
2- Copy "wms83.exe" in "Crack" folder to "C:\Program Files (x86)\WMS83".
3- Run the Program from Desktop. 
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