In addition to the numerous and complicated physical equipment, water distribution systems also demand complex analyses. Potable water modellers need to define multiple substances, the various ways they grow or decay and how they mix, especially over time. They need to know where turbidity will occur and have plans to mitigate turbidity by identifying the best flushing sequence plans for their systems. The cost of pump operations makes optimisation crucial.
Synergi Liquid has all these features and so much more, including importing and exporting EPANET files. The software is designed to be flexible yet robust and ready to answer complex questions during pipe network analyses, performing all the critical tasks needed to operate liquid networks and fluid systems.
Watch the webinar recording to get expert advice, tips and tricks and learn about the virtually limitless possibilities offered by Synergi Liquid.
This exclusive, knowledge-rich webinar delves into various aspects including:
- Introducing Synergi Liquid for the water utility market
- Introducing the Advanced Liquid Engine
- Introducing Python integration
- Flushing enhancements
- Pipe elevation profiles
- Set meters for flexible P/Q control, substance injections, avoiding subsystem isolation, etc
- Dynamic display to study properties with a new level of granularity:
- Substance concentrations
- Age of water
- Enhanced import/export of EPAnet files, including conditional procedures
- Import and export of Synergi Pipeline Simulator (.INPREP) files
- Plus, many other new features and enhancements
- Kevin Hemingway is the Product Manager for Synergi Gas and Synergi Liquid. Since joining in 1996, Kevin has held a variety of roles, all of them working with clients, Synergi Gas, and Synergi Liquid in one form or another.
- Alex Fischer is a technical support engineer for Synergi Pipeline Simulator and Synergi Liquid and the product delivery manager for Synergi Liquid. He received his bachelor’s degree in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering at The Pennsylvania State University before joining DNV in 2019.