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WaterGEMS: Hydraulics Modeling – AulaGEO

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Learn to plan, design, model and optimize water distribution networks using OpenFlows - WaterGEMS
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1,877 students
Created by AulaGEO Academy
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What you'll learn

  • Hydraulics systems design
  • Modeling process with geospatial data, CAD drawings, databases, and spreadsheets
  • Use automated workflows to access and identify inadequacies in fire protection.
  • OpenFlows WaterGEMS software use
  • Understand the standa alone WaterGEMS menus which can be executed in AutoCAD (WaterCAD) and Microstation
This course includes:
3.5 total hours on-demand video
0 articles
11 downloadable resources
44 lessons
Full lifetime access
Access on mobile and TV
Certificate of completion
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Course content

Requirements

  • hydraulic basic knowledge is preferible

Description

OpenFlows WaterGEMS provides you with a comprehensive yet easy-to-use decision-support tool for water distribution networks. The software helps improve your knowledge of how infrastructure behaves as a system, how it reacts to operational strategies, and how it should grow as population and demands increase. From fire flow and water quality simulations, to criticality and energy cost analysis, OpenFlows WaterGEMS has everything you need in a flexible multiplatform environment. OpenFlows WaterGEMS is a superset of OpenFlows WaterCAD. #AulaGEO

In this course you will learn the use of a software specialized in this features:

Intelligent Planning

Efficiently identify potential problems, accommodate service area growth, and plan/prioritize capital improvement projects by using criticality analysis, DMA planning, and pressure management tools to identify potential projects.

Optimized Operations

Use real-time data to analyze energy use and costs, maximize operational efficiencies, minimize disruptions, and intelligently respond to emergencies.

Build and Update Models Faster

Intuitive to use so you can easily jumpstart your modeling process with geospatial data, CAD drawings, databases, and spreadsheets. Apply automated calibration, leak detection, design, rehabilitation, and pump operations.

Identify Water Loss

Use field data to quantify nonrevenue water and help pinpoint loss locations faster.

Assess Fire Flow Capacity

Use automated workflows to access and identify inadequacies in fire protection.

COURSE CONTENT #AulaGEO

INTRODUCTION

Lecture 1: Introduction

Lecture 2: Basic Interface

BUILDING A NETWORK

Lecture 3: Prepare Network Layout

Lecture 4: Lay Network

Lecture 5: Use of Properties Manager

Lecture 6: Use of Flex Tables

Lecture 7: Use of Demand Control Center

Lecture 8: Compute and Review Results

Lecture 9: Creating Fire Flow Demand Alternatives

Lecture 10: Reviewing Results for Fire Flow Scenario

Lecture 11: Creating New Physical Alternative

Lecture 12: Reviewing Results for Fire Flow with new Diameter Scenario

IMPORTING DATA MODEL & ADDING PUMPS, TANKS, AND PRESSURE REDUCING VALVES

Lecture 13: Using Model Builder

Lecture 14: Data Validation and Cleaning

Lecture 15: Adding Junction Demands

Lecture 16: Review Results and Shortcomings

Lecture 17: Element Morphing

Lecture 18: PRVs Pump and TankData Input

Lecture 19: Compute Daily Demand

Lecture 20: Additional Demand At J5

Lecture 21: Review Results

STEADY STATE CALIBRATION OF FIELD MEASUREMENTS

Lecture 22: Exercise

SYSTEM DESIGN IMPROVEMENTS

Lecture 23: Exercise

AUTOMATED FIRE FLOW ANALYSIS

Lecture 24: Max Day Pressures Analysis

Lecture 25: Fire Flow Calculation

Lecture 26: Auxilary Fire Flow Calculation

Valves and Critical Segments Analysis

Lecture 27: Exercise

EPS Modeling and Energy Costing Analysis

Lecture 28: Setting up Pumps

Lecture 29: Scenario 1 : Tank Control

Lecture 30: Scenario 2 : Constant Speed Pumps with No Tank

Lecture 31: Scenario 3 : Variable Speed Pumps with No Tank

Lecture 32: Energy Costs

Model Builder, Trex and Load Builder

Lecture 33: Setting up Model Builder

Lecture 34: Building the Model

Lecture 35: Reviewing the Model

Lecture 36: Trex

Lecture 37: Load Builder

Lecture 38: Associating Demands

Lecture 39: Thiessen Polygons

Lecture 40: Review

Aditionally, our courses include new lessons according the students ask it.  By now, was included:

  • A lesson about interoperability export – importo,

  • A lesson about the user interface in AutoCAD, Microstation and the stand alone,

  • A lesson about the different tools of OpenFlows

Who this course is for:

  • civil engineers
  • CAD drafters
  • BIM modelers
  • civil works designers
  • AutoCAD users
  • microstation users
  • hydraulics infrastructures designers
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