Civil 3D and Map 3D subscription customers in North America can now download
Autodesk Storm and Sanitary Analysis Stand-Alone.
Looking forward to using this group to talk about the product and your
head over to www.autodesk.com/subscription to download the extension!
If you aren't sure if you are on subscription, ask your CAD manager or
The Autodesk® Storm and Sanitary Analysis Stand-Alone 2011 Extension is a
comprehensive, hydrodynamic hydrology and hydraulic analysis application for
planning and designing urban drainage systems, storm sewers including
highway drainage systems, and sanitary sewers.
With this extension, engineers and planners using AutoCAD® Civil 3D® and/or
AutoCAD® Map 3D software can analyze both simple and complex networks
? Inlets and catch basins
? Detention ponds and outlet structures
? Interconnected ponds
? Flow dividers, standpipes, weirs, and orifices
? Pumps and lift stations
? Manholes and junctions
? Rivers, streams, and ditches
? Culverts and bridges
Some of the key features and benefits of the Autodesk Storm and Sanitary
Analysis Stand-Alone Extension are:
? Bi-directional exchange of data with AutoCAD Map 3D and AutoCAD Civil 3D
? No limitation on the number of pipes or elements you can include in your
? Widely-accepted SWMM analysis engine
? Broad range of hydrologic methods
? Stormwater BMPs
? Detention pond design
? Stormwater quality modeling
? Customizable report generation for regulatory review
? GIS interoperability
? Work in either US or Metric (SI) units
I wrote a blog post about the release
and Matt Anderson wrote one
Right. So now we have two pieces of software for modeling storm systems and hydrology. Seems like Autodesk will eventually pick one.
We toyed many times with purchasing StormNET because of it's apparent advantages over the former Intelisolve suite, and we were glad to see Autodesk purchase StormNET. I guess we will just have to get into SSA and see which one we prefer, my guess is SSA.
Each program has as different focus. They do overlap, but people still
use Excel spreadsheets for storm sewers as well.
Matthew Anderson, PE
On 4/30/2010 12:48 PM, sakka252 wrote:
> Right. So now we have two pieces of software for modeling storm systems and hydrology. Seems like Autodesk will eventually pick one.
> We toyed many times with purchasing StormNET because of it's apparent advantages over the former Intelisolve suite, and we were glad to see Autodesk purchase StormNET. I guess we will just have to get into SSA and see which one we prefer, my guess is SSA.
Dana has some videos here:
What do you currently have/us?
Matthew Anderson, PE
On 5/3/2010 7:54 AM, WesleyAshworth wrote:
> Are there any demo videos or recorded web casts showing the features of SSA? I work for a fairly large firm and it's going to take some work convincing everyone to convert from what we use now.