CLNET—A Computer Model for Tracking Movement, Decay, and Concentrations Throughout Water Distribution Systems

by John L. Meader, Weston & Sampson Engineers Inc, United States,
Frederick L. Hart, Weston & Sampson Engineers Inc, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Critical Water Issues and Computer Applications


This paper describes a computer program package for modeling the spread and subsequent decay of chlorine for modeling as water travels throughout a water distribution system. This total package makes it possible for end-users with little or no computer use experience to become directly involved with a study of water distribution networks. In addition to applications for a study of municipal water networks, this type of model also has potential applications for industrial applications, such as electroplating and other mancfacturing processes that must use high-quality water.

Subject Headings: Computer models | Water supply systems | Municipal water | Hydraulic models | Tracking | Decomposition | Hydrologic models | Water quality

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