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Isaiah Rogers
Isaiah Rogers

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Abstract:The Storm Water Management Model (SWMM) is a dynamic simulation engine of flow in sewer systems developed by the USEPA. It has been successfully used for analyzing and designing both storm water and waste water systems. However, despite including some interfacing functions, these functions are insufficient for certain simulations. This paper describes some new functions that have been added to the existing ones to form a library of functions (Toolkit). The Toolkit presented here will allow the direct modification of network data during simulation without the need to access the input file. To support the use of this library, a testing protocol was performed in order to evaluate both calculation time and accuracy of results. Finally, a case study is presented. In this application, this library will be used for the design of a sewerage network by using a genetic algorithm based on successive iterations.Keywords: SWMM Toolkit; sewer system; design; optimization




Epanet Z 0 5 FULL Version 33



_3044/ETRS89-TM32.htmlHelloI live in Os, Norway, and have used EPANET for many years modelling and analycing the municipal drinking water distribution system of Os. I was pleased to find this blog about epanet-z, as it seems to be alive in des. 2012. May be I can use epanet-z to improve the backdrops of our epanet model.


Hi can anybody help me? is epanet z still working. i downloaded it but navigation to the coordinates that i want to use id=s very difficult and i cant edit the map when working with google maps only yahoo? the browser part also looks different and seems to need certain extensions?


I downloaded trial epanet z but the new added interface for online maps and images missed some icons:fly to(country,continent),find city or street. terrain,internet indicator,stop download,refresh map.


Hi all,epanet z cannot connect to the internet and the zonums.com website is also not connected. Please help me! I am very attached to the hydraulic model from epanet to google maps.Thanks!


5.2 A 200-km, 230-kV, 60-Hz, three-phase line has a positive-sequence series impedance z = 0.08 + j 0.48 Q/km and a positive-sequence shunt admittance y = j 3.33 10-6 S/km. At full load, the line delivers 250 MW at 0.99 p.f. lagging and at 220 kV. Using the nominal TT circuit, calculate: (a) the ABCD parameters, (b) the sending-end voltage and current, and (c) the percent voltage regulation.


It has been proved that the standard representation of water demand in a Water Distribution Network (WDN) leads to pipe head loss errors as well that the fully satisfied demand regardless water pressure assumption is misleading. This follows that different algorithms have been developed in order to overcome these two drawbacks although separately and independently. Consequently, this paper introduces an alternative formulation of the Global Gradient Algorithm (GGA), referred to as UD-PD, which is able to solve uniformly distributed pressure driven demands along the pipes of a WDN in extended period simulations. In addition, this new scheme is tested against reference solutions and its performances are compared with the standard WDN models. Finally, the UD-PD is applied to a real WDN under pressure deficit conditions. Numerical results show that the hydraulic heads computed with the UD-PD result higher than those simulated with standard demand driven models and that the UD-PD is able both to capture the non linear behavior of the hydraulic head along the network and to correctly compute the flow inversion even in pressure driven conditions.


It has to be noticed that from a mathematical point of view both Eqs. 1 and 3 are discontinuous functions. Specifically, Eq. 3 is a step function of general validity, which is able to properly taken into account the flow direction along each pipes even when a flow inversion occurs and Eq. 1 is a sampling function. It is obvious that this topological representation, which is provided by Eqs. 1 and 3 and shown in Fig. 1, is correct and accurate although it presents two drawbacks. First, the discontinuity in the flow and in the withdrawal force to split the problem in a number of joint pipe equal to the number of connections. This increase the complexity in the topological representation of the WDN reducing the computational efficiency. Second, in real applications and network analysis there is the assumption of uniformly distributed water demands along the pipe due to the lack of information about the actual connections and demands.


In Eqs. 24 and 25, the term \(p^\min \) is the hydraulic pressure below which outflow is zero and pr is the pressure for full demand satisfaction. In addition, a second order of approximation has been used in order to approximate the withdrawal function. For the sake of clarity, we call hereafter the nodal demand driven scheme N-DD; the nodal pressure driven scheme N-PD; the uniformly distributed demand driven scheme UD-DD; and the uniformly distributed pressure driven scheme UD-PD.


According to the Darcy-Weisbach and under the hypothesis of fully turbolente hydraulic regime, the hydraulic head loss between the i-th and the j-th node connected by the ij-th reads as:


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