Category Archives: H2ONET

Throttle Control Valves – A few clarifying notes on their use in InfoWater, H2OMAP, and H2ONET

Throttle control valves are one feature within the software that may or may not get used as much by different modelers as other valve types, but are another tool that in the modeler’s toolbox that can be used. Due to … Continue reading

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Advanced Modeling of Pressure Control Valves within InfoWater

Why do you need Advanced Valve Control? Pressure Reducing Valve (PRV) and Pressure Sustaining Valve (PSV) are widely used in the water models to separate pressure zones and avoid extremely high and low pressures within a water distribution network. As … Continue reading

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Hydrant Curve simulations: How is existing demand at the hydrant considered?

H2OMAP Water, InfoWater and H2ONET all offer the “Hydrant Curve” simulation type. This type of simulation allows you to choose any junction in any scenario at any single time step and develop a hydrant curve to indicate the fire flow … Continue reading

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