Beyond Basic Modeling

by Daniel H. Leighton, Camp Dresser & McKee, Inc, United States,
Craig Von Bargen, Camp Dresser & McKee, Inc, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Optimizing the Resources for Water Management


Computers have long been used in water engineering to model hydraulic distribution networks In recent years, computer technology has exploded, yielding computers that are powerful and accessible, and software tools for data management, graphics, and mapping. This paper looks at the evolving use of computer technology to do water planning studies, and proposed a revised approach to building analysis environments that go beyond basic modeling.

Subject Headings: Computer models | Water supply systems | Hydraulic models | Decision support systems | Water management | Data analysis | Computer analysis | Information management

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