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Pump Configuration Toolbox

November 22, 2021

As a follow-up to my recent general blog on pump energy, I read an article in Pumps & Systems magazine on what the author called “staging” of..

Doin' the Pump Energy Blues

November 15, 2021

Pumping energy is usually one of the largest components of operating costs for most water systems. And it’s not a trivial cost for wastewater..

Property-Driven Design

November 11, 2021

Property Driven Annotation Property Driven Annotation allows you to create annotation based on properties. The annotation is generated and will..

Deep Emergencies

November 8, 2021

Water and wastewater do a very good job preparing for what I’ll call “routine emergencies”—pipe breaks, short-term power outages, sewer blockages,..

OpenFlows SewerGEMS Solvers Part 2: Choosing the Right Solver for Your Wastewater Network and Combined Systems

November 2, 2021

In the first part of this blog series, we saw some tips on finding the solvers that would be best suited to help you in your challenges and..

OpenFlows SewerGEMS Solvers Part 1: Choosing the Right Solver for Your Stormwater Network

October 27, 2021

OpenFlows SewerGEMS is a unique, versatile, and powerful solution for sewage, drainage, and combined networks. In this first part, we will give..

Maximizing Your Sewer Modeling Results with OpenFlows SewerGEMS’ Interoperability

October 21, 2021

The ability to integrate your sanitary and combined sewer models with some of the leading engineering software is essential to delivering accurate..

Don’t Let Me Hear You Say “Cavitation is air bubbles”

October 19, 2021

At least for water piping, air bubbles are comprised of nitrogen and oxygen, and other gases, just like air, while cavitation is caused by the..

Top Three Priorities of Growing Water Utilities

October 8, 2021

Local water utilities often face the challenge of operating water supply networks and ensuring the quality standards of the services with limited..

Which Water Conferences Should You Attend?

October 6, 2021

There is no shortage of conferences serving the water industry. Each of them contributes something to our profession, and attending is usually..