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SIMPLE SYSTEMS

MAIN FEATURES

  • Specification of fluid properties (density, specific weight, dynamic viscosity, compressibility)
  • Representation of transport and distribution systems (series connection, parallel connection, series and parallel connection)
  • Definition of network topology through an unlimited number of links (pipe, valve, pump, turbine, etc.)
  • Definition of characteristics for each link (geometry, friction losses, characteristic curves, etc.)
  • Analysis of stream flows (probability density function, cumulative distribution function)
  • Computation of heads (gravity, pressure, energy)
  • Computation of power fluxes (electrical power, mechanical power, hydraulic power) absorbed by pumps or generated by turbines
  • Computation of energy fluxes (electrical energy, mechanical energy, hydraulic energy) consumed by pumps or produced by turbines
  • Analysis of steady state conditions
  • Comparison of results with available field data
  • Visualisation of results

OPTIONS FOR IO OPERATIONS

  • Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet Files (xlsx)

OPTIONS FOR GRAPHICS

  • Standard Image Formats (jpeg, tiff)
  • Portable Document Format (pdf)

TEST CASES

Figure 1 shows some simulation results referring to a pumping station. The expected working point is illustrated by the intersection of the system curve with the pump curve.

Figure 1. Head (Y-Axis) versus volume flow rate (X-Axis).

DELIVERABLES

 

User's Manual

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