Autodesk InfraWorks 360 (i.e., automated 3D model building, cloud technology, and specialized features for road, bridge, and drainage design) helps civil engineers plan and design transportation infrastructure. It allows them to manage larger-scale infrastructure models created from existing data sources, engineer in context from the start, and generate proposals at the appropriate level of detail.
Project Boulder for InfraWorks 360 is our free limited technology preview that matches the simplicity of two-dimensional (2D) flood simulations together with the immersive 3D models of InfraWorks 360. As a collaborative effort between Autodesk and Hydronia, InfraWorks 360 users have the ability to simulate, visualize, and animate 2D flood events directly in the Autodesk InfraWorks 360 model environment while utilizing the Hydronia RiverFlow2D computation model.
On Tuesday I posted a new build for download from the project. The update includes the ability to load a Hydrograph for Inflow conditions and extends the technology preview to the end of the year. You can access the project via:
So please give this technology preview a try and tell us what you think. Please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org or the discussion forum on the project.
Water is alive in the lab.