water supply distribution software Articles

  • InfoWorks WS: the latest innovations in water supply and distribution modeling

    Introduction and backgroundInfoWorks WS from Wallingford Software is the leading software solution that integrates asset and business planning with water supply and distribution network modeling. The powerful hydraulic simulation within InfoWorks is exceptionally fast, robust and efficient, especially for very large networks. InfoWorks WS engine was introduced in 1998 and a major release every ...


    By Innovyze

  • Optimising the water supply network

    Untitled Document The city of Crema sits on the Serio River south east of Milan in Northern Italy and has a population of approximately ...


    By Innovyze

  • Homeland Security for Drinking Water Supplies

    As it has done with other jurisdictions, Congress has recently passed legislation aimed at protecting our nation's drinking water resources. Historically, water supply protection has been a high priority, including reservoir protection, continuous monitoring, and secure and redundant facilities to ensure an uninterrupted supply of drinking water. The Clean Water Act (1972), requires pollution ...


    By AECOM

  • Modeling water supply networks in New Zealand

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    By Innovyze

  • Development of a model for activated sludge aeration systems: linking air supply, distribution, and demand

    During the design of a water resource recovery facility, it is becoming industry practice to use simulation software to assist with process design. Aeration is one of the key components of the activated sludge process, and is one of the most important aspects of modelling wastewater treatment systems. However, aeration systems are typically not modelled in detail in most wastewater treatment ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Problem Solver for water supply - Pollution incidents

    Pollution in water supplies has always been a concern for water companies and with today’s political climate the issue has never been more important. The threat of terrorism and the requirements of Homeland Security and similar initiatives around the world require that water companies maintain detailed plans for how to ...


    By Innovyze

  • InfoWorks WS helps Charles Town plan its water distribution development

    Black & Veatch’s use of InfoWorks WS from Wallingford Software is helping the City of Charles Town to achieve greater efficiencies in its water distribution network. Charles Town, in West Virginia, USA, has adopted InfoWorks for the planning of both short-term and long-term strategies for the  distribution of water to its rapidly-growing population. The City’s original hydraulic model ...


    By Innovyze

  • Hybrid genetic algorithm in the optimization of energy costs in water supply networks

    Efficient operation of water distribution systems is linked with the assurance of water availability to the population. In general, the operational rules applied to water distribution networks have as a sole objective the continuity of the water supply and disregards saving energy costs related to the operation of the pumps. The task of determining optimal operational procedures involves several ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Integrating water distribution system efficiency into the water conservation strategy for California: a Los Angeles perspective

    Improving water management in California requires a transition from imported to local water resources used efficiently. To assess this transitional capacity of water retailers in metropolitan Los Angeles County, we focused on a key water management metric: the water distribution efficiency. We traced the evolution of water loss reduction policy and practices globally with emphasis on ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Re-Building Water Supply and Collection Systems in Sofia, Bulgaria

    The operation of water distribution and collection systems throughout the municipality of Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, is the responsibility of Sofiyska Voda AD, a company formed in October 2000 comprising International Water / United Utilities and the City of Sofia. Under a 25-year concession agreement, Sofiyska Voda is undertaking a very significant investment programme that will transform ...


    By Innovyze

  • A simulation tool for life cycle costing of water supply infrastructure in seismically active zones

    In the face of increased development, civil infrastructure systems are increasingly vulnerable to catastrophic failures as a result of ageing, overuse and poor planning when disasters such as earthquakes strike. Water supply systems are among the most vulnerable infrastructure systems and arguably, the most essential for human existence. Investment decisions regarding the retrofitting or ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Asian markets prove receptive to Wallingford software

    AW: Could you tell us in brief about the capabilities of Wallingford Software? AB: Wallingford Software is one of ...


    By Innovyze

  • Hydraulic modeling and water quality monitoring

    Untitled Document The 2004 IMTech conference held in Baltimore, Maryland, April 18-20, attracted hundreds of water professionals interested in the application of IT solutions in water supply and distribution ...


    By Innovyze

  • Hydraulic modeling experience in consulting practice

    Hydraulic modeling experience in consulting practice: Comprehensive Hydraulic Modeling software applications in water and sanitation engineering consultancy practice are a must and are very much essential to simplify several single line or small tree distribution iteration processes used in the olden days. Several Hydraulic models are available for Hydrology, water supply, storm ...


  • Hydraulic modeling experience in consulting practice

    Comprehensive Hydraulic Modeling software applications in water and sanitation engineering consultancy practice are a must and are very much essential to simplify several single line or small tree distribution iteration processes used in the olden days. Several Hydraulic models are available for Hydrology, water supply, storm water management and water shed management. For large area ...


  • Network Models in the Control Room the Fact and the Fiction

    In this article Dan Stevens, Senior Support Engineer for Water Distribution Software at Wallingford Software, discusses the potential for Network Models to be used in the control room, what is possible, and indeed what is a sensible level of integration of network modelling with other systems (such as telemetry and SCADA) for a more complete understanding of system operation and performance. For ...


    By Innovyze

  • Ten Good Reasons To Build Dynamic Models

    Over the last ten years computer technology and network modelling software have developed beyond all recognition, providing the necessary hardware and software tools to assist water distribution engineers in their design and planning work utilising fully dynamic all-mains models. However, many water supply companies still make important decisions based on static models that represent an arbitrary ...


    By Innovyze

  • Improving Service Levels and Reducing Costs - The Business Case for Network Modelling

    Not everyone in the Water Industry is convinced about the benefits of Network Modelling, believing that the investment required cannot be justified. Dan Stevens, Senior Support Engineer for Water Supply Software at Wallingford Software discusses the Business Case for Network Model based System Management, dispelling some of the myths surrounding this subject. Some of the common misconceptions ...


    By Innovyze

  • InfoWorks proves ideal for ‘mega models’

    The recent development of some exceptionally large hydraulic models in both InfoWorks WS and InfoWorks CS has highlighted the advantages of Wallingford Software’s InfoWorks platform for the creation, management and modeling of large and complex models. Representation of a network made up of hundreds of thousands of pipes requires rigorous data management as well as a fast hydraulic solution. ...


    By Innovyze

  • Hurricane response emergency modeling with InfoWorks WS

    The island of Jamaica is located in the Caribbean Archipelago, 90 miles south of Cuba, 600 miles south of Florida and 100 miles south-west of Haiti. It has a population of 2.6 million, 800,000 of whom live in the metropolitan area of the capital, Kingston. The island is mountainous, with a distinct east-to-west ridge and a dramatic relief change in the east. Like the rest of the region, ...


    By Innovyze

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