Hydraulic Modelling

sewer network

HartFair has a wide range of experience in the building, verifying and use of hydraulic models for a range of purposes and thus we offer the following services:
  • Drainage Area Plans: We carry out all aspects of model building, verification, analysis, needs and options modelling using InfoWorks™ ICM.

  • Water Distribution Modelling: We have experience with building and calibrating models of existing networks using InfoWorks™ WS.

  • Developer Impact Assessments: We use existing models to assess the impact of a development on existing collection systems and water distribution networks, designing and modelling remedial works to demonstrate mitigation.

  • System Performance Analysis: We use models to determine the performance of a collection system or water distribution network and to identify system deficiencies.

  • Drainage Design: We use models to assist in drainage design at concept level and to demonstrate design compliance at detailed design. Both InfoWorks™ ICM or Micro Drainage are used to support our design capabilities.

  • River Modelling: We carry out both steady and unsteady analysis using InfoWorks™ ICM or Hec-Ras including full calibration where data is available.

  • Flood Routing Modelling: In conjunction with the one-dimensional analyses we also carry out overland flood routing using InfoWorks™ ICM 2D.

  • Flood Alleviation Studies: Gaining understanding of the hydraulics of flood issues through modelling, we develop innovative solutions using our traditional engineering skills.

Our long history of successful modelling studies has left us with a large skill base with which to undertake modelling work and a depth of experience to draw on.

Informing every stage of hydraulic modelling is the collection and management of data. Our experience ranges from topographic surveys to setting up and managing InfoNet™ databases.
Company No: 7470791 - HartFair Ltd, Registered in England - Registered Office: Harance House, Rumer Hill Road, Cannock, Staffordshire, WS11 0ET