Advanced Analytics for Micro I&I Detection

 

After downloading of sensor data to the iTracking® software program, proprietary algorithms convert each measurement of volumetric change to actual volume in gallons per minute. Then by the simple push of a button, charts, graphs and reports are automatically created describing the exact state of the infrastructure as it relates to Inflow & Infiltration.

  • I&I Volume/Day
  • I&I Cost/Day
  • RDII Volume
  • Peak RDII Volume
  • Groundwater Infiltration
 

Location Analysis

Smart algorithms embedded within the iTracking® software program calculate mathematical factors representing exact volumetric increases in flow between dry weather days and wet weather events for each major, mini and micro-basin under investigation within the collection system.

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High visualization bar graphs, developed for each set of collection basins under investigation, instantly highlight all Major, Mini and Micro-Basins responsible for the greatest influx of I&I.

Simple to understand bar charts depict “at a glance” the sites most responsible for contributing the greatest amounts of storm water inflow and infiltration along with bar graphs depicting dry day and groundwater volumes. By visually presenting all of the data within a single chart, the most problematic sites can be quickly identified.

 

Detailed Hydrographs

Hydrographs report exactly what is transpiring within the collection system on a 5, 10 or 15-minute incremental basis. iTracking analysis programs start off at the Major Basin level and then drill down to greater detail as areas and sub-areas of I&I are identified and ranked by volume.

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Hydrographs display an array of engineering functions that assist in providing a complete understanding of collection system performance.



This approach, in concert with a fully comprehensive set of hydrographs, greatly speeds up the process of dry and wet weather analysis for understanding the effects of inflow and infiltration. Hydrographs perform an array of engineering functions that greatly assist in providing a complete understanding of collection system performance. These functions include Rainfall Analysis, Groundwater Analysis, Dry vs. Wet Day Analysis, Peak RDII Analysis and Capacity Analysis.

 

Consolidated Reports

Consolidated analysis reports are generated detailing the effects that both dry and wet weather have upon specifically designated areas within the wastewater collection network. Location, volume and cost data is clearly organized and presented for every major, mini and micro-basin undergoing investigation for suspicion of contributing excessive amounts of inflow and infiltration.


Concise “Results” Reports are efficiently presented on a single page that organizes in full detail all pertinent data relating to each site under analysis.