Stockie, John (1999) Contaminant Transport in Municipial Water Systems. [Study Group Report] (Unpublished)
Our first task from CHAL was to examine the dynamic (forward) algorithm used in the software package EPANET, and ensure that it is computing physically reasonable solutions for networks that experience rapid "flow reversals", in which the flow in a pipe section changes direction over short time intervals.
We begin with an overview of the physics of flow in water distributor networks, and the implementation used in the EPANET flow solver. The bulk of our results from the workshop are concerned with analysing simple flow networks and using the results to draw conclusions about the well-posedeness of both the forward and inverse problems.
|Item Type:||Study Group Report|
|Problem Sectors:||Energy and utilities|
|Study Groups:||Canadian Industrial Problem Solving Workshops > IPSW 3 (Victoria, Canada, May 31-Jun 4, 1999)|
|Company Name:||Charles Howard and Associates Limited|
|Deposited By:||Michele Taroni|
|Deposited On:||07 Oct 2008|
|Last Modified:||22 Jun 2009 12:45|
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