EFFECTIVE DATA EXCHANGE AND MODEL BUILD
InfoWorks WS Pro provides seamless exchange of data and results to and from GIS and other third party applications using the InfoWorks Open Data Import/Export Center. Its and ability to interface with SCADA and data logging systems makes the creation of new network simulations effortless. InfoWorks WS Pro provides a comprehensive set of tools to enhance model data, including automatic inference, engineering validation checks, network comparison and
breaks, high demands), enabling them to proactively optimize calculates the change in turbidity volume ratio at the pipe wall shear stress. Turbidity peaks are then tracked through pipes as discoloration material is released.
POWERFUL RESULTS INTERPRETATION
• Fully dynamic thematic displays with simulation replays, along with database grid reports, make it easy to present data and analyze problems • any aspect of a model’s performance, while time varying longitudinal sections allow easy assessment of any potential pressure stress on the network • Grid and graphing tools make it simple to compare model
COMPREHENSIVE SIMULATION CAPABILITIES
InfoWorks WS Pro uses an enhanced version of the WesNet engine, world renowned for its speed with large networks simulation capabilities is included as standard, including
• Integrated result comparison of multiple simulations makes external analysis unnecessary • Custom SQL queries and reports allow almost limitless opportunities for analysis
INFOWORKS TS (TRANSIENT SYSTEMS)
and leakage analysis, energy use and cost calculations, auto calibration of networks and carbon footprint analysis. User Programmable Control (UPC) allows the user to change the state of control elements based on the status of sensors in order to optimize operating regimes within a network. InfoWorks TS provides the most comprehensive and advanced platform available for analyzing complex hydraulic transients with incredible power, speed and ease of use. Cavitation or excessive pressure surging during transient operation can lead to pipeline or component failure, and surge control devices are often required to prevent the development of such conditions. The proper selection and analysis. Surge analysis is vital in the design of water supply and distribution systems to ensure their safety and reliability under emergency conditions.
NEWS & CASE STUDIES TURBIDITY MODELING
A powerful tool for predicting discoloration events, InfoWorks WS Pro allows engineers to directly model turbidity generation caused by hydraulic disturbances (e.g., transients, pipe
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