Draft on sewer design with software

Introduction The topic is not so simple as could appear. Starting from the beginning, what is the final aim? The dimensions of each pipe of our sewer system. The steps to do that are: Design the planar view of the sewer system; Evaluation of the maximum discharge for each pipe; Continue reading Draft on sewer design with software

QGIS 2.14: how to install step by step on Windows

In this post I want to explain step by step the installation of the actual version (2.18) of QGIS. That’s very simple for somebody but maybe can help the others. Firstable you need to download the software from the official site QGIS Download. So follow the link or search it Continue reading QGIS 2.14: how to install step by step on Windows

EPA SWMM: how to install step by step

Information on software EPA’s Storm Water Management Model (SWMM) is a software used throughout the world for planning, analysis, and design related to stormwater runoff, combined and sanitary sewers, and other drainage systems in urban areas. There are many applications for drainage systems in non-urban areas as well. Installation steps Continue reading EPA SWMM: how to install step by step

QGIS 2.18: how to install step by step on Windows

In this post I want to explain step by step the installation of the actual version (2.18) of QGIS. That’s very simple for somebody but maybe can help the others. Firstable you need to download the software from the official site QGIS Download. So follow the link or search it Continue reading QGIS 2.18: how to install step by step on Windows

Giswater 11: how to install on Windows

Information on software GISWATER is a powerful tool to interface EPASWMM and EPANET with QGIS and here I want to explain step by step how to install it on Windows. Installation steps Firstable search it on Web and download it, or download it directly by clicking here. Save the installer Continue reading Giswater 11: how to install on Windows

GDAL: patch/merge Arc/Info ASCII Grid files via CLI

Which is the best way to merge/patch two or more adjacent maps? Through CLI! GDAL (Geospatial Data Abstraction Library) can help me (or you, if you are reading this post). However, GDAL is not in love with Arc/Info ASCII Grid. I don’t know why, but I think that I will Continue reading GDAL: patch/merge Arc/Info ASCII Grid files via CLI

Resampling Arc Info ASCII Grid file via CLI

Some days ago, I had problems resampling arc info ascii grid file via CLI. Why CLI and not a GIS like GRASS? Because, the engine of every GIS is the GDAL library. Using it via command line is very very fast…once learnt how to do! Googling, I found the solution Continue reading Resampling Arc Info ASCII Grid file via CLI