Smart water modeling

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The H2OSURGE V12 from Innovyze is packed with new and improved features that allow utility owner-operators to effectively, efficiently and economically control objectionable transients and preserve the hydraulic integrity of their supply and distribution systems. The new version offers the option of using dynamic friction factors and can model turbines, flow and pressure regulating valves, hybrid (open-closed) surge tanks, hydraulic surge anticipation valves, electrical surge anticipation valves, and multicomponent reservoirs.


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