Quick Start Example

This is a sample WaterNAM model which has been described in the user’s manual.

Example 2: Extended Period Simulation

With application of a 24-hour diurnal pattern, the system response is evaluated for the network of Example 1.

Example 3: Fire-Flow Analysis

Network responses have been evaluated for Needed Fire-Flow (NFF) and at a minimum residual pressure. Three hydrant nodes have been analyzed for fire-flow in the model.

Example 4: Design of a Small Diameter Water Main

A small diameter water main has been redesigned to support a new residential facility with an average day demand (ADD) of 150 GPM.

Example 5: Valve Application

Pressure zone of a small segment has been separated by introducing a Pressure Reducing Valve (PRV) in the network. Then the system response is evaluated.

Example 6: Overhead Tank (OHT) Operation

The network has been analyzed for optimizing an OHT operation which floats in the system.

Example 7: Water Quality Analysis for Residual Chlorine

In this example, chlorination process has been analyzed in distributed water throughout the network, which is the most frequent treatment technique.

Example 8: Trace Analysis

The network has been analyzed to trace contribution from a temporary groundwater source to the target location.

Example 9: Water Age Analysis

This example demonstrates water age simulation, thereby determines the amount of time spent by water at different locations after entering from the source.

Example 10: Energy-Cost Analysis

This example demonstrates energy-cost analysis for a pump-operated distribution network, thereby finds optimum pumping schedule.

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