Hydraulic Transient Analysis on a Micro Computerby Joseph R. Kroon, Stoner Associates Inc, Carlisle, PA, USA,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Computing in Civil Engineering
Abstract: The shift toward micros has reduced prices and increased accessibility, permitting engineers to bypass 'bureaucratic' DP departments and run programs as often as they desire. Although this shift offers many advantages, such as lower computing costs, more thorough analysis, and a wider offering of programs, it also has many perils, such as lower or no quality assurance, and potential misuse by unqualified people. This paper discusses the approach taken by a well established, highly reputable company in moving a large complex hydraulic transient simulation service to a micro-computer. Issues that are explored include quality assurance, engineering and software support, performance restrictions, and the advantages provided by the micro-computer.
Subject Headings: Quality control | Computer analysis | Hydraulic transients | Transient response | Computer aided operations | Pricing | Wells (water)
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