Interconnected Channel and Pond Routing Model
you for your interest in our flagship product, the ICPR Stormwater
Modeling System. ICPR has been in use for more than 25 years and was
the first commercial program of its kind to successfully solve the problem of flood routing through
complex networks of interconnected and hydraulically interdependent stormwater ponds. The model has been expanded greatly
since those early days and now includes hydrodynamic modeling of channel
and pipe systems and a fully integrated hydrology
three primary building blocks in ICPR are Basins, Nodes and
are generated for basins and then assigned to nodes in the drainage network. Nodes
are used to represent ponds and specific locations in the
drainage network such as along channels, streams, rivers, and junctions in pipe
systems. Stages are calculated at each of the nodes and links such as pipes, channel segments, weirs, and
bridges are used to connect nodes together. Flow rates
are calculated for links based on stages at nodes.
of the Link-Node concept used in ICPR can be viewed by clicking on each of
the thumbnails shown below.
Channel System Sediment Trap
Management Master Plans
Insurance Studies and Related Investigations
Studies Related to Wetlands Restoration
of Offline Storage and Levee Systems
and Analysis of Stormwater Pump Stations
fully integrated groundwater - surface interface for ICPR.
includes a long list of
Features and Capabilities
that allow modeling of all types of stormwater systems, from the
simplest to the most complex.
learn more about how ICPR can be applied to a wide variety of
applications, be sure to visit our Modeling Tips
and User Showcase
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for the latest pricing and options.
is an engineering software tool, designed to tackle the toughest
stormwater management projects you might encounter in today’s complex
permitting environment. ICPR enjoys a large customer base of engineering
firms and regulatory agencies worldwide. It is listed with the
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) as a Nationally Accepted
Hydraulic Model and
is applicable to almost any type of terrain.