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HEC-FIA has been developed for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. However, software developed at the Hydrologic Engineering Center is made available to the public whenever appropriate. Use is not restricted and individuals outside of the Corps of Engineers may use the program without charge. HEC will not provide user assistance or support for this software to non-Corps users. Downloading this software indicates full acceptance of your responsibility in the use of this program. Please see the distribution policy for more details.

Current Version:    

The Windows setup package contains HEC-FIA 2.2. Documentation is available from the Help menu or on the Documentation page.

Download HEC-FIA 2.2 for Windows (57.0 MB)

Supported Operating Systems:
HEC-FIA 2.2 has been tested on Windows XP, Vista, and 7 (32-bit and 64-bit).



Sample Data:    

The sample data available for download is a series of 6 different workshops. The workshops come from the PROSPECT Course #060 "Consequence Estimation with HEC-FIA". The intent of these workshops is to give the user an idea of the different features of HEC-FIA, and how to prepare data for input into HEC-FIA.

   Download Workshop 2 (332 MB).
   Walks users through using ArcGIS for preparing data to import into HEC-FIA.

   Download Workshop 3 (313 MB).
   Teaches users how to create a basic HEC-FIA model from scratch using publicly available data.

   Download Workshop 4 (9.74 MB).
   Teaches users how to do some more advanced editing of GIS shapes for import into HEC-FIA. Users will
   experience manipulating parcel data in this workshop.

   Download Workshop 5 (418 MB).
   Shows users how to modify an existing HEC-FIA model to incorporate data from various sources into one
   HEC-FIA model.

   Download Workshop 6 (99.5 MB).
   Shows users how to utilize common computation points to calculate damages in HEC-FIA.

   Download Workshop 7 (356 MB).
   Uses HEC-FIA to compare damages for different alternatives given the same flow event in the river.