water analysis software Articles

  • Modeling Tip: How to Import BREEZE AERMOD files into BREEZE Risk Analyst for Human Health Risk Assessments

    Humans can be exposed to hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) either directly through inhalation or indirectly through ingestion or dermal contact, which can result in acute or chronic health effects. The risk of exposure varies depending on a number of variables, including the meteorological conditions, local geographical and emissions characteristics, the age of the individuals being exposed, and ...

  • The need for specialized statistical software for ground-water analysis

    Peer-reviewed guidance documents for the statistical analysis of ground-water monitoring data have been available for years, from the US EPA and from other bodies such as state Departments of Environmental Quality and ASTM. The truth, however, is that many of the statistical requirements are not being enforced by state regulators, with the result that statistics — where performed at all ...


    By Sanitas Technologies

  • Spatial analysis of water quality using a combination of GIS and statistical software

    GIS-based spatial analysis was combined with statistical analysis to process time varying water quality data. A data model was employed to manage the spatio-temporal data. The spatial data engine of ArcSDE was used to access the database. A data relationship model was developed to perform data communication between GIS and the statistical software. Visual Basic was used to construct links between ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Sliicer.com - Innovative On-line Software for Wet Weather Analysis

    This paper presents a sophisticated I/I analysis software tool that is available on-line to any City or engineering consultant. Probably the most common use of flow monitoring data is the analysis of flow during dry and wet weather. The analysis may determine if a sewer has capacity for development, to calibrate a hydraulic model or to analyze inflow and infiltration. Additionally cMOM envisions ...

  • Optimized data handling for automatically calculating the Hydrocarbon Index (HI) of “Produced Waters” from gas chromatographic analysis with Galaxie™ Software

    The extraction of Oil and Gas from Subsea wells produces large quantities of waste water contaminated with hydrocarbons. These “Produced Waters” are disposed of directly into the oceans. Determination of the Hydrocarbon Index (HI) is required to meet environmental legislation.Traditionally infra red methods have been used but these require solvents extraction using solvents that present their own ...


  • LIQT software tool

    GL Water offers distribution operators comprehensive software tools and consulting services to manage underground infrastructure assets. Through decades of experience in providing consulting services to water distribution utilities we are able to precisely model hydraulic transients. LIQT, industry recognised for accuracy and versatility, delivers a quick cost-effective solution to specific ...


  • Advanced gas analysis - on the go

    The field of ambient air analysis - monitoring industrial and other environments for harmful concentrations of gases - has traditionally faced a technology limitations: Would you prefer a complete and reliable tool, which will be bulky, complicated and inconvenient? Or would you like a nice portable one that's simple and lightweight, but unreliable and limited in its capability? Truly complete ...


    By HHCS Handheld USA Inc.

  • 3D Levee intersection analysis

    Levee analysis is becoming an increasingly important topic as the infrastructure ages. Many sections are in need of re-engineering improvements as consideration is given to their replacement. Concepts utilized in their original design are being re-examined. Many of these structures were designed 20 to 50 years ago, and the tools utilized in such analysis have changed significantly. Our ...


    By SoilVision Systems Ltd.

  • Statistical analysis of histopathology endpoints

    Histopathological assessments of fish from aquatic ecotoxicology studies are being performed with increasing frequency. Aquatic ecotoxicology studies performed for submission to regulatory agencies are usually conducted with multiple subjects (e.g., fish) in each of multiple vessels (replicates) within a water control and within each of several concentrations of a test substance. A number of ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • System dynamics analysis of water supply and demand in the North China Plain

    Water resource carrying capacity (WRCC) is an important metric for regional sustainable development in China. It is defined as the difference between the total water supply and demand. The North China Plain (NCP) currently faces a serious water shortage if the WRCC is not managed at a sustainable level. This study focuses on applying system dynamics (SD) methodology to evaluate different water ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Software warns of early membrane fouling

    A software system known as MASAR – Membrane Alarm System and Automated Reporter, is proving to be a valuable tool for monitoring and optimizing membrane – based water purification and desalination plants. It can detect the early development of membrane fouling/scaling in RO, NF, UF and MF systems by monitoring performance and measuring an early-warning parameter called the Fouling ...


    By MASAR Technologies, Inc.

  • Spatial network generation tool for water distribution network design and performance analysis

    The research presented in this paper aims at the support tool for generation of multiple networks with preset or randomised properties. To explore particular phenomena, water distribution analysis may require a coherent set of cases. Readily available in the literature are simple synthetic networks used for benchmarking, either real-life cases that are too diverse in size and configuration. The ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • East Gippsland’s water supply benefits from InfoWorks analysis

    InfoWorks WS from Wallingford Software has helped Earth Tech to develop a system that will improve peak season water supply in a popular tourist area at the eastern tip of Victoria, Australia. The sensitivity study for East Gippsland Regional Water Authority has explored the seasonal relationship between demand and transfer flows. This has enabled the development of a more efficient method for ...


    By Innovyze

  • An integrated energy, carbon, water, and economic analysis of reclaimed water use in urban settings: a case study of Austin, Texas

    As water supplies become strained, some municipalities have turned to reclaimed water as a potential source to meet non-potable needs. Such reclaimed water – wastewater effluent treated to appropriate quality standards – is not suitable for human consumption without additional treatment, but can be used for purposes such as irrigation and cooling. One reclaimed water distribution system of ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Silent Alarm software optimizes membrane plants

    Overview Since the advent of membrane technology applications in commercial and industrial water desalination and purification plants utilizing RO, NF, UF & MF processes, membrane manufacturers, system suppliers and end-users alike have been facing two major problems: how to adequately and reliably monitor membrane system performance and how to detect membrane fouling and scaling ...


    By MASAR Technologies, Inc.

  • Characterisation of water–oil drainage process through a reservoir rock sample by digital core analysis

    Oil–water relative permeability and capillary pressure of a water–wet digital core are computed using the finite–volume/volume of fluid method and mimicking traditional laboratory steady–state experiments carried out on a water saturated sample. Commercial software is used for immiscible multiphase fluid flow simulations, carried out on a low–cost multicore workstation, and the pore–scale data ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Parametric study and exergy analysis of solar water–lithium bromide absorption cooling system

    This paper presents the energy and exergy analysis of single–effect water–lithium bromide absorption cooling system driven by the heat supplied by a field of solar thermal collectors with a cooling capacity of 10 kW. The work is devoted to the study, the evaluation and distribution of the destroyed exergy for each component constituting this kind of system. The thermodynamic models have been ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • CProb: a computational tool for conducting conditional probability analysis

    Conditional probability is the probability of observing one event given that another event has occurred. In an environmental context, conditional probability helps to assess the association between an environmental contaminant (i.e., the stressor) and the ecological condition of a resource (i.e., the response). These analyses, when combined with controlled experiments and other methodologies, ...

  • Analysis of historic drought in Australia shows how the Ecometrica Platform can help assess and model global water risk

    A new Ecometrica Platform Mapping application allows users to easily access and compare historical drought index records and anomalies for any area in the Murray Darling Basin. ...


    By Ecometrica

  • Application of the PEDD flow detector for analysis of natural dissolved organic substances in coloured water

    The automated techniques of measurement of water parameters are developed based on flow analysis (flow injection analysis, sequential injection analysis). PEDD detectors (paired emitter–detector diode), built with the use of two paired light-emitting diodes (LEDs) – emission and detection, can serve that purpose. The aim of the studies was to optimize the system for determination ...


    By IWA Publishing

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