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Presented by: Manoj Patel Guided by: Prof. Bhasker Bhatt :



CONTENTS 2 Water Distribution Modelling and Management WaterGEMS Floodplain Hydrology to River Analysis HEC -HMS Module HEC -RAS Module Wastewater Collection Modelling and Design SewerCAD Features Modelling Urban Drainage Systems with MOUSE Traits Concern To Mouse Software MOUSE GIS Application References

Water Distribution Modelling & Management:

Water Distribution Modelling & Management 3 1. WaterGEMS is an easy-to-use hydraulic and water quality modelling solution for water distribution systems . WaterGEMS runs on your choice of four platforms stand alone Microstation AutoCAD ArcGIS From fire-flow and constituent-concentration analyses, to energy-consumption and capital-cost management, WaterGEMS helps engineers and utilities analyze, design, and optimize water distribution systems. Water utilities, municipalities, and design engineering firms trust WaterGEMS as a reliable, resource-saving, decision-support tool for their water infrastructure. Criticality Analysis allows users to find the weak links in a water system and assess the adequacy of isolation valves . WaterGEMS Features

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4 2. Hydraulic, Fire-flow, Water-quality, and Operations Modelling Engineers can use built-in water-quality WaterGEMS features to perform constituent, water-age, tank-mixing & source-trace analysis to develop comprehensive chlorination schedules, simulate mock contamination events, model flow-paced & mass-booster stations, and visualize zones of influence for every water source. They can also improve turbidity, taste, and odour by identifying water-blending problems & recommending solutions. determine water availability for fire-protection needs. calculate how much flow is available at any hydrant or group of hydrants in the system. WaterGEMS’s rule-based operational controls, variable speed pumping ( VSP ), leakage and sprinkler modelling, and unidirectional flushing utilities help users to find operational bottlenecks, minimize energy consumption, and model real-time operations.

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5 3. Easy-to-use Interface The stand-alone interface offers unparalleled versatility and power with easy–to-use model-layout tools, multiple-background support, conversion utilities from CAD, GIS, and databases, and unlimited undo and redo layout. The AutoCAD and MicroStation interface is designed for users who want a higher level of precision by seamlessly integrating their WaterGEMS models in a CAD environment .

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6 4. Model Building and Editing Users can enter elevation data automatically using 2D & 3D CAD features, digital-elevations models and spot elevations; use CAD drawings to directly create hydraulically connected models; import topology and data from GIS; and create persistent, bidirectional connections between shape files, databases, spreadsheets, and the WaterGEMS model. wealth of data management utilities to help shorten workflows and provide more time to analyze results and make decisions once the model is created. Users enjoy flexible tabular reports with global attribute edition, persistent filtering, sorting, statistical analysis, and full tabular personalization; engineering libraries, dynamic and static selection.

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7 full control to configure, run, evaluate, visualize, and compare an unlimited number of scenarios within a single file. Engineers can consider multiple design, planning, analysis, and operational scenarios to make reliable decisions for their water distribution infrastructure. They can easily set up unlimited modelling scenarios to analyze and compare rehabilitation alternatives for multiple planning horizons and pump control strategies for energy-saving operation or flushing alternatives for emergency contamination events. Comprehensive Scenario Management

Interoperability & Data Connections:

Interoperability & Data Connections 8 One set of files for two compatible interfaces Bidirectional synchronized database & Shapefile connections Polyline -to-pipe connections from DXF files Spreadsheet, database, and ODBC connections SCADAConnect ™ available for live data connections Easy sharing of data with Hammer transient model

Results Presentation:

Results Presentation 9 Thematic mapping Dynamic, multi-parameter & multi-scenario Graphing Contouring Advance profiling Advanced tabular reporting with FlexTables Property-based color coding and symbology Property-based annotation

Improve Model Management:

Improve Model Management 10 Unlimited scenarios & alternatives Comprehensive scenario management Tree-based scenario & alternative management Scenario & alternative inheritance properties Global attribute tabular edition Sorting & persistent filtering on tabular reports Statistical analysis from tabular reports Automated-model skeletonization Personalizable engineering libraries Dynamic and static selection sets Local & global engineering-units management Sub-model management Drawing review tools for connectivity consistency Automatic topology review Orphaned nodes & dead-end pipes queries

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11 Optimization Genetic algorithm calibration, design & rehabilitation Automated model calibration with Darwin Calibrator ™ Optimized design & rehabilitation with Darwin Designer ™ Energy and Capital Cost Management Energy-cost analysis Capital-cost analysis Automatic design & rehabilitation

Floodplain Hydrology to River Analysis:

Floodplain Hydrology to River Analysis 12 HEC -HMS for hydrologic modelling Use HEC -HMS to perform calculations covering a variety of precipitation and runoff processes. Precipitation Modelling Model hypothetical storm events based on frequency Consider historical storm events through cell-based precipitation data Import precipitation data from other sources Specify gages & method of weighting the gages, including user-defined and inverse distance-squared weighting

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13 Basin Modelling Compute sub-basin runoff in either a lumped or linearly distributed fashion Determine losses based on several methods Transform precipitation to runoff through either unit hydrograph methods or Kinematic Wave methods Divert flow, either losing the diverted hydrograph or adding it back in further downstream

HEC-RAS for River analysis :

HEC -RAS for River analysis 14 For determining water surface elevations throughout a river network & analyzing bridges and culverts Hydraulics Handle rapidly varied flow conditions automatically, such as hydraulic jumps and bridge contractions Include in-line weirs and gated spillways in the river system Compute bridge scour Analyze culverts under supercritical and mixed flow regimes, and even adverse slopes

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15 Output View three-dimensionally with X-Y-Z perspective plots Use the built-in tables to create standard reports, including cross-section tables, bridge tables, culvert tables Include the graphical river system schematic, cross-sections, profiles in your final report

Waste water Collection Modelling and Design SewerCAD:

Waste water Collection Modelling and Design SewerCAD 16 Three interoperable interfaces Stand-alone, AutoCAD, and MicroStation The stand-alone interface provides a straight-forward environment for new and experienced modelers with a wealth of productivity tools that facilitate model building, review & data editing workflows

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17 Choose between a scaled or schematic environment or both Display scaled background layers as a convenient drawing aid Lay out with confidence with unlimited undo and redo Split pipes, morph elements, and reconnect pipes on the fly Set up element prototypes to streamline data entry Navigate your model with aerial viewing and dynamic zoom Traits

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18 The AutoCAD interface is ideal for users that are familiar with Autodesk’s CAD environment: Snapping, layer management, and every other AutoCAD feature becomes a SewerCAD feature Enjoy 100 percent compatibility between AutoCAD-based and stand-alone SewerCAD models The MicroStation interface provides a geospatial and engineering design environment with unrivaled visualization and publishing tools

SewerCAD Features:

SewerCAD Features 19 Layout, Model Building & Data Management Comprehensive Scenario Management Interoperability & Data Connections Gravity and Pressure Hydraulics Loading, Infiltration, and Inflow Construction Profiles & Results Presentation Automatic Design

Modelling Urban Drainage Systems with MOUSE:

Modelling Urban Drainage Systems with MOUSE 20 Inadequate design of sewer system may cause several economical & environmental damages . The flow and the transport of pollutants in sewer systems can be described by use of numerical models. Hence, they can be used to simulate existing conditions & for development of suggestions for optimization of the sewer system .

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21 MOUSE in combination with ArcView GIS are essential tools. The model results are combined with a Digital Elevation Model (DEM) established for the catchment, and the MOUSE GIS is used to generate flood inundation maps, for both historic as well as for selected future scenarios. This makes it possible to optimise the alleviation / development scheme before the implementation.


TRAITS CONCERN TO MOUSE SOFTWARE 22 MOUSE is a dynamic, user-friendly modelling tool for the analysis, design, management and operation of both simple and large pipe networks. It provides a complete and effective working environment for sophisticated urban drainage & sewer engineering. MOUSE has been designed for efficient application on relatively low-cost high-performance personal computers and workstations.

MOUSE GIS Application:

MOUSE GIS Application 23 In recent years the Dhaka Metropolitan area has been exposed to water logging. Relative low intensity rain causes serious problems for certain areas of the City , R esulting in great traffic problems Increasing the risk of environmental hazards The City is protected from river flooding by an encircling embankment. During most of the monsoon period the water level of the river remains higher than the water level inside the city area, which means that the City drainage is very dependent on the water levels of the peripheral river systems. Therefore standard draining by gravity may not always work.

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25 In order to improve the drainage authorities plan to install pumps at some of the outlets to the rivers and major reconstruction work has also been proposed.


References 26 Bentley Systems, Incorporated Bentley is the global leader dedicated to providing architects, engineers, constructors, and owner-operators with comprehensive architecture and engineering software solutions for sustaining infrastructure. Founded in 1984, Bentley has nearly 3,000 colleagues in more than 45 countries, $500 million in annual revenues, and, since 2001, has invested more than $1 billion in research, development, and acquisitions. MOUSE GIS Application

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