In order to ensure a high level of supply security, an interconnected system is aimed at the technical planning of the water supply (distribution and storage) in residential water engineering for new network areas and in the reinforcement or dismantling of existing networks as well as in target network planning.
The coverage of future requirements through the reinforcement, dismantling or optimization of existing networks requires powerful and flexible network modeling and calculation in order to observe the current operating states of the network and those designed in scenarios.
- Planning and routing of district and transport pipelines and district water distribution networks (branched, meshed or ring networks)
- Pump sizing and pipe dimensioning
- Calculation of the supply pressure (minimum overpressure at the customer load) at all connection points
- Consideration of long-term roughness changes and diameter reductions
- Expansion or reinforcement in case of increased demand as well as optimization in case of oversized pipe networks
- Determination of the water age at the consumption nodes
- Provision of the fire water demand at defined points in the network and creation of fire water plans
- Documentation of the network topology in graphical and schematic view