In this Online Storm and Sanitary Analysis (SSA) training course, participants will learn and apply the tools offered by SSA, the Civil 3D companion software for stormwater management and design. SSA provides users with the necessary tools to carry out the stormwater and sanitary design component of the project.
This course, entitled “Civil 3D Stormwater And Sanitary Analysis” is for intermediate to advanced levels of users. The course is purposefully designed to be a hands-on duplication of the real-life experience of the authors. So, this will allow first-time users to save significant time in the inherent trial and error process of learning new design software. On the other hand, more advanced users can reinforce their capabilities. At the same time, they can compare their design practices and processes to the methods used by the designers of this course.
The Stormwater And Sanitary Analysis course include a series of step-by-step tutorials, with clear and concise explanations. Participants will be able to understand the reason behind every design step. In general, a user can complete the Storm and Sanitary Analysis course within an average of 10 to 20 hours.
Infratech Civil uses a “To The Point” approach to tackle the subject at hand. In particular, Infratech uses a solid instructional experience and a cutting edge presentation technique. With this approach, we can highlight the most important points of the course. The course material includes the Storm And Sanitary Analysis printable eBook. In addition, the course is continually updated to include the latest software versions, new workflows, news, and more.
STORM AND SANITARY ANALYSIS (SSA) vs SWMM (EPA-SWMM, PC-SWMM, etc.)
Most hydrologic models are based on the EPA's Storm Water Management Model (SWMM) model. SWMM is a proven model design and analyzing urban and also rural drainage systems. SSA has a built-in capability to run a SWMM model, as well as TR-55, HEC-1, Rational method, and many other hydrologic models. SSA is uniquely suited for land development design due to its seamless integration with Civil 3D.