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Including Disinfection By-Products in a Multi-Species Decay Model to Support Cost-Effective Chlorination

April 6, 2022

This blog is part of a guest learner series written by Ian Fisher, Ph.D., adjunct professor, Western Sydney University Water Group, Sydney,..

A Multi-Species Decay Model to Support Cost-Effective Chlorination in Distribution Systems

March 24, 2022

This blog is part of a guest learner series, and written by Dr. Ian Fisher, Ph.D. Dr. Fisher is an adjunct professor at the Western Sydney University..

Electromagnetic Pulses and Your Utility

March 16, 2022

Electromagnetic Pulses (EMPs) are short bursts of electromagnetic radiation. While small EMPs can occur normally, large EMPs can interfere with or..

What’s So Bad (Or Good) About The Colebrook-White Equation?

March 7, 2022

Most hydraulic engineers would admit that the Darcy-Weisbach equation is the most theoretically correct equation for head loss in pipe flow. It is..

Choose Where You Want to Design -

February 11, 2022

OpenFlows WaterGEMS’ Unique Platform Interoperability Often, time is the largest constraint when designing water distribution systems. Having the..

Choose Where You Want to Run Your Hydraulic Model

February 8, 2022

OpenFlows WaterGEMS’ Unique Platform Interoperability for Hydraulic Modelers Often, time is the largest constraint when designing water distribution..

Easy Water Network Design with OpenFlows WaterGEMS

January 27, 2022

Like other large infrastructure capital projects, water distribution systems are expensive to build, and they should be designed with a long-term..

Why I Don't Like Pumped Storage

January 13, 2022

In most water systems, the tank water levels “float on the system” (orange system in the profile below). The HGL in the tank is the same as the..

Can AMI Data Help with Modeling?

December 30, 2021

One of the sources of error in hydraulic modeling is the difficulty of knowing water demands with any real precision. Yet demand is what drives..