Hydraulic Modelling

Hydraulic modeling is a form of physical modeling used to investigate design and operation issues in hydraulic engineering. It entails the use of a scaled model for replicating flow and fluid-transport processes in diverse natural flow systems and for evaluating the performance of hydraulic structures and hydraulic machines. An advantage of hydraulic model is its potential capacity to replicate many features of a complicated flow situation.

BGS msSU software offers:

Calculation design and modeling of water networks, uses dynamic water simulation model and works with single or multi-sources, local and international standards and different languages.

Dynamic modeling, designing and simulation of water networks, hydraulic analysis, time patterns, comparative scenarios, fire flow, various type of reporting, integration with different SCADA Systems.