Short videos

The videos below (with audio) demonstrate key aspects of the PCSWMM Europe software. To view in high definition, please click play first and then click on the full screen button.

PCSWMM 2011 Importing from GISThis video demonstrates how to quickly import spatial and attribute data from external GIS or CAD data sources PCSWMM 2011 Working with GIS layersThis video demonstrates how to interact with background GIS layers in PCSWMM, including querying, thematically rendering and editing
PCSWMM 2011 Custom printingThis video demonstrates how to quickly generate custom output to large scale plotters and/or PDF files from PCSWMM PCSWMM 2011 SWMM enginesThis video demonstrates how to quickly switch the version of the SWMM engine used to solve your model
PCSWMM 2011 Importing and exporting time seriesThis video demonstrates how to quickly import and export time series data with PCSWMM PCSWMM 2011 Time pattern creationThis video demonstrates how to quickly create dry weather flow time patterns from observed wastewater flow time series
PCSWMM 2011 Error analysis part 1This video demonstrates error analysis using PCSWMM. It is part 1 of 2 videos on error analysis. PCSWMM 2011 Error analysis part 2This video demonstrates how to quickly evaluate your SWMM5 model’s performance with calibration plots in PCSWMM.
PCSWMM 2011 Sizing pipesThis video demonstrates how to quickly optimize pipe sizes using PCSWMM PCSWMM 2011 Managing project documentationThis video demonstrates the collaborative catalog feature of PCSWMM for managing project documentation
PCSWMM 2011 Importing HECRAS modelsThis video demonstrates how to quickly import HEC-RAS models into PCSWMM as part of building a SWMM5 model PCSWMM 2011 Working with DEMsThis video demonstrates how to quickly extract elevation data and create transects from DEMs with PCSWMM
PCSWMM 2011 Reprojecting layersThis video demonstrates how to quickly reproject GIS layers from one coordinate system to another using PCSWMM. PCSWMM 2011 Viewing models in Google EarthThis video demonstrates how you can easily reproject your PCSWMM model into Google Earth for presentations or analysis
PCSWMM 2011 Radar rainfall dynamic rendering in Google EarthPCSWMM Professional makes professional animated presentations of SWMM5 results extraordinarily easy. PCSWMM 2D modeling – wave reflectivity off obstructionsThis video demonstrates PCSWMM 2011 2D modeling of wave reflectivity off obstructions, as well as illustrating the dependence of wave celerity on water depth, and PCSWMM 2D’s ability to model flood water moving up gradient.
PCSWMM 2D urban modelingThis video demonstrates the 2D capabilities of PCSWMM in an urban setting. In this demonstration a flood vulnerable assets building layer is used as an obstruction layer. As well a sound barrier with partial flap gates are modeled to show how the overland flow is influenced by the barrier. PCSWMM 2011 time series event consolidationThis video illustrates how to consolidate a rainfall time series file using PCSWMM. The consolidation tool works for any time series file and can be used for the purpose of reducing the time required to calibrate a PCSWMM/SWMM5 model.
PCSWMM 2011 Real-Time flood forecasting systemThe PCSWMM Real-Time Flood Forecasting System integrates EPA SWMM5, NOAA’s WSR-88D remote-sensing weather radar system (NEXRAD), Google Maps/Earth and HTML5 into a highly accurate, web-based, spatial decision support system for real-time flood management. PCSWMM 2012 – Urban flood modeling video 2This video demonstrates the 2D capabilities of PCSWMM in an urban setting. In this demonstration a flood vulnerable assets building layer is used as an obstruction layer.
PCSWMM 2012 Transposing historical radar rainfall storm eventsIn this video we demonstrate PCSWMM’s capability to transpose a historical radar rainfall event and change the direction of travel of the event. PCSWMM 2012 georeferencing 1/3 – snapping a pathway to a poly lineThis is the first of three videos demonstrating the georeferencing capabilities available in PCSWMM. In this video, a partially geo-referenced model was imported from HEC-RAS. The junctions are somewhat accurately georeferenced, however there were no vertices along the irregular channels. The snap-to function is used to add vertices to the irregular channels so that they follow the selected entity in a rivers center line layer. This approach can be used to align sewer systems as well.
PCSWMM 2012 georeferencing 2/3 – relocating a pathway to a poly lineThis is the second of three videos demonstrating the georeferencing capabilities available in PCSWMM. In this video, an existing un-georeferenced HEC-RAS model has been imported into PCSWMM. The relocate functions in PCSWMM is used to georeference the imported irregular channels, bridges and culverts to the relevant section of a river center line layer. PCSWMM 2012 georeferencing 3/3 – sliding nodes along a pathThis is the third of three videos demonstrating the georeferencing capabilities available in PCSWMM. In this video, an existing HEC-RAS model has been imported, however the cross-section locations (i.e. cut lines) were not georeferenced. The junction positions will be georeferenced using the slide function in PCSWMM, which allows you to slide nodes up or down a pathway.