ADVANCED MULTI-SPECIES WATER QUALITY MODELING FOR INFOWATER AND INFOWATER SA
InfoWater MSX (Multi-Species eXtension) adds very powerful modeling capabilities, including the unprecedented ability to accurately model multiple interacting contaminants and sediment deposition and re-suspension in drinking water distribution systems. InfoWater MSX allows users to model very complex reaction schemes between multiple chemical and biological and a wide range of important chemical reactions including free chlorine loss, formation of chloramine decomposition, and adsorption on pipe walls.
INDUSTRY LEADING CAPABILITIES
While there are a number of commercially available programs for modeling the hydraulic and water quality behavior of drinking water distribution systems, their water quality models, and to tracking the transport and fate of a single dissolved chemical specie like chlorine. InfoWater MSX can effectively model any system of multiple, interacting chemical species. In addition, it lets users input any complex mathematical models of physical, chemical, and biological reactions in the bulk water and on pipe surfaces. formulas for process models. This allows for a more complete analysis of network water quality, including processes such as adsorption and biological inactivation by a disinfectant.
PARTICLE TRANSPORT AND DEPOSITION
InfoWater MSX can be used to track the movement, fate and buildup of particulate material in the water distribution system. The program considers both the settling of particles under gravity as well as their deposition on the pipe walls due to particle/pipe surface attractive forces. This feature can greatly assist water utilities in improving water distribution system design to minimize dirty water and forging closer ties with their customers.
A powerful tool for predicting discoloration events, InfoWater MSX allows engineers to directly model turbidity generation caused by hydraulic disturbances (e.g., transients, pipe breaks, high demands), enabling them to proactively optimize calculates the change in turbidity volume ratio at pipe wall and the change in turbidity in bulk water as a function of pipes as discoloration material is released. The results of the aimed at improving water quality in the network and avoiding customer complaints.
WATER TEMPERATURE MODELING
InfoWater MSX enables users to model very complex heat transfer mechanisms between the water in the distribution pipes and the ambient environment. It directly considers
variables that determine how much heat will intrude into the water in the distribution pipes. Ambient temperature can be the air temperature of the upper cover (soil, grass and pavement), and can be described as either a constant or a
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