Junction nodes are points placed at the intersection of two or more pipes (intersections or tees). Junctions are used to represent points of water consumption or inflow, points where specific analysis values (e.g., pressure, concentration) are desired, and at points where pipe attributes (e.g., diameter, material) change.  Junction nodes must have their elevation above datum (e.g., sea level) specified in order for pressure computations to be meaningful.

How do I...

Create a Junction?

To create a junction node, do the following:

Click on the InfoWater Pro Ribbon in the Edit Group using the → Insert Command dropbox .  

Select the Insert Junction icon from the → Insert Command dropbox  
When the Insert Junction command is the active command it will be highlighted in Blue as shown: 

Select an upstream node if one exists or left click on the part of the network where you wish to begin digitizing the network.

Select intermediate vertices to identify pipe curvature by left clicking at the desired vertex points.

Once the command is initiated, select the location of the new node by left mouse clicking anywhere on the map display. Suggest a new ID and/or a description on the Junction Identification dialog box and click on the OK button to accept the ID and create the junction. The junction should visually appear at the specified location.

 Edit a Junction?

Graphic Selection - To select a junction node for data edit do one of the following:

Data Edit - To edit the data related to a junction, first select the junction using the tools above. Once selected, edit Junction related data by adding/modifying the Model Explorer - Attribute Tab window. Additionally modifications may be done by editing the DB Tables that may be accessed from the InfoWater Control Center -> InfoWater button -> Edit Pull-down menu -> DB Editor command.

 Graphic Edit  - To edit the node graphically do one of the following: