This video offers tips to make opening and using InfraWorks easier, as well as login and subscription conditions that need to be met in order to use the functionality demonstrated in this course.
- [Instructor] If you have access to the exercise files used throughout this course, you can download the exercise files from the Exercise Files tab on the main page for this course. When you've completed your download, for example, here I've downloaded to an InfraWorks Models folder on my desktop, you will find a compressed folder called Lynda Drainage Design Files. Once you've extracted that, inside you'll find a folder with design files and a SQLite model.
It's just a simple matter of opening the SQLite model up within InfraWorks. Don't try to double click on it from this particular area because you'll get something completely unexplained. So open it within InfraWorks and you'll be ready to go. If you open up the SQLite file, we'll be working on the same model throughout the course. We shall just be using bookmarks to signify where you need to be in model. If you're following along with me, the bookmarks will be found on the Bookmarks tab.
There is six of them, Watershed Point, Road, Drainage, and Adding Culverts. Those are all the things you'll need. Please remember that whilst we'll be performing the same sort of steps and actions, you'll be drawing your own sketches, and it's highly unlikely that they will be exactly the same as mine. The principles will remain the same though.
- Hydrology terms and methods
- Analyzing a watershed
- Troubleshooting your model
- Modifying culverts
- Culvert reporting
- Adding a drainage network to a model
- Analyzing and inspecting elements of a drainage network
- Sizing a drainage network