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    Default CV223-4: Using Autodesk® Storm and Sanitary Analysis on Large Stormwater Projects

    Session: CV223-4

    Title: Using Autodesk® Storm and Sanitary Analysis on Large Stormwater Projects

    Instructors: Tim Olson with Chris Maeder

    Course Description: Automation innovations in Autodesk Storm and Sanitary Analysis software allows civil engineers to efficiently and economically complete stormwater analysis and design projects. This class highlights how Autodesk Storm and Sanitary Analysis was used to combine research, mapping, land use analysis/planning, and hydraulic design to create a detailed design tool for the City of Ramsey, MN, that the city could use for growth planning and infrastructure replacement. The tool modeled a 30-square mile metropolitan area of seven separate watershed areas and approximately 4100 individual hydraulic elements. With seamless integration of Autodesk Storm and Sanitary Analysis with CAD and GIS systems, the project was completed under the aggressive deadline of five weeks—less than half the time that was budgeted. The completed hydrologic models were delivered to the city to be used as a set of planning tools to minimize future development impacts.
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