Thanks to Lew Rossman, SWMM 5.1.013 is ready for download from https://www.epa.gov/water-research/storm-water-management-model-swmm . Please check the epaswmm5_updates.txt for the added features and bug fixes. SWMM 5.1.013 defaults to installing into its own folder that won't over-write any earlier version of SWMM.
Please report to email@example.com if you have any problems with loading SWMM 5.1.013. We think that we have resolved the missing VCOMP140.DLL file error but please report if you receive it or any other errors.
You can also check what's new in this version by selecting Help | What's New from the app's main menu bar.
Thank you Michelle and all at EPA for supporting and developing EPASWMM over the years! Lew Rossman has added many new and important features to this version of EPASWMM5. I think everyone will enjoy and appreciate the new features - see What's New as Michelle mentions for these new features. Lew has had an incomparable career helping all with EPANET and SWMM5. He has certainly outdone himself with this new version, in my opinion.
I should also have mentioned Michael Tryby and Michelle herself for supporting this version of SWMM 5. Michael has a very good regression testing program now for SWMM and EPANET which helps insure that new versions are thoroughly tested.
I really appreciate upgrade #1 and the ability to now better represent surface changes in growing seasons during continuous simulations. Thank you!
Will be interesting to see how our typical year model simulations change now with the ability to have monthly varying subcatchment parameters.
I am really thankful to Lew Rossman and EPA team for bringing some wonderful new features in SWMM 5.1.013. Specially, the ability to capture the monthly variability of sub-catchment parameters (N-perv,Depression storage and Infiltration).
Michelle and Lew thanks for the latest version of SWMM. Similar to what Bob said, thanks EPA for supporting the development of this very nice and invaluable tool, over the years. Thanks Bob for your guidance and support.
A few notes about the latest version.
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