EPANET
The EPANET Programmer’s Toolkit is a collection of functions that helps simplify computer programming of water distribution network analyses. The functions can be used to read in a pipe network description file, modify selected component properties, run multiple hydraulic and water quality analyses, retrieve selected output results, and write formatted output reports. The toolkit is especially useful for developing applications, such as optimization models, that require running many network analyses with modified input parameters. It can also simplify adding analysis capabilities to integrated network modeling environments based on CAD, GIS, and database packages.
(Source: http://ascelibrary.org/doi/abs/10.1061/40430%281999%2939)
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- Kaltenbacher, Stefan; Steinberger, Martin; Horn, Martin: Transitional water flow in steady-state (2020)
- Altherr, Lena C.; Leise, Philipp; Pfetsch, Marc E.; Schmitt, Andreas: Resilient layout, design and operation of energy-efficient water distribution networks for high-rise buildings using MINLP (2019)
- Al Marzooq, Sadiqah; Ortiz-Lugo, Alvaro; Vaughan, Benjamin L. jun.: Mathematical model of biofilm-mediated pathogen persistence in a water distribution network with time-constant flows (2018)
- Hallmann, Corinna; Kuhlemann, Stefan: Model generator for water distribution systems (2018)
- Ilaya-Ayza, Amilkar E.; Martins, Carlos; Campbell, Enrique; Izquierdo, Joaquín: Gradual transition from intermittent to continuous water supply based on multi-criteria optimization for network sector selection (2018)
- Jiang, J.; Liu, X.: Multi-objective Stackelberg game model for water supply networks against interdictions with incomplete information (2018)
- Quiñones-Grueiro, Marcos; Verde, Cristina; Prieto-Moreno, Alberto; Llanes-Santiago, Orestes: An unsupervised approach to leak detection and location in water distribution networks (2018)
- Zhao, Wanqing; Beach, Thomas H.; Rezgui, Yacine: A systematic mixed-integer differential evolution approach for water network operational optimization (2018)
- Abareshi, Maryam; Hosseini, Seyed Mahmood; Sani, Ahmad Aftabi: A simple iterative method for water distribution network analysis (2017)
- Gilbert, Denis; Mortazavi, Iraj; Piller, Olivier; Ung, Hervé: Low dimensional modeling of double T-junctions in water distribution networks using Kriging interpolation and Delaunay triangulation (2017)
- Ilaya-Ayza, Amilkar E.; Benítez, Julio; Izquierdo, Joaquín; Pérez-García, Rafael: Multi-criteria optimization of supply schedules in intermittent water supply systems (2017)
- Marques, João; Cunha, Maria; Savić, Dragan; Giustolisi, Orazio: Water network design using a multiobjective real options framework (2017)
- Stergios Emmanouil; Andreas Langousis: UPStream: Automated hydraulic design of pressurized water distribution networks (2017) not zbMATH
- Ateş, Sami: Hydraulic modelling of closed pipes in loop equations of water distribution networks (2016)
- Hallmann, Corinna; Suhl, Leena: Optimizing water tanks in water distribution systems by combining network reduction, mathematical optimization and hydraulic simulation (2016)
- Izquierdo, Joaquín; Campbell, Enrique; Montalvo, Idel; Pérez-García, Rafael: Injecting problem-dependent knowledge to improve evolutionary optimization search ability (2016)
- Lieb, Anna M.; Rycroft, Chris H.; Wilkening, Jon: Optimizing intermittent water supply in urban pipe distribution networks (2016)
- Domschke, Pia; Kolb, Oliver; Lang, Jens: Adjoint-based error control for the simulation and optimization of gas and water supply networks (2015)
- Ghaddar, Bissan; Naoum-Sawaya, Joe; Kishimoto, Akihiro; Taheri, Nicole; Eck, Bradley: A Lagrangian decomposition approach for the pump scheduling problem in water networks (2015)