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Water Supply Distribution Network Modeling and Management Software


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Software DisNet from TechSOFT Engineering Services is primarily for the engineering applications in Water Distribution System, Drainage, Stream Hydrology etc. The output is generated with highest possible level of accuracy and with sufficient information details. DisNet is the most complete software in the international market place to design water distribution facilities for various sites most effectively. In DisNet, the USP lies in its simplicity for applications which are very complex processes and such simplicity is hardly available in other market available products.

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DisNet in Water Supply Distribution Network Planning

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A safe supply of potable water is the basic necessity of mankind in the industrialized society, therefore water supply systems are the most important public utility. A colossal amount of money is spent every year around the world for providing or upgrading drinking water facilities. The major share of capital investment in a water supply system goes to the water conveyance and water distribution network. Nearly 80% to 85% of the cost of a water supply project is used in the distribution system; therefore, using rational methods for designing a water distribution system will result in considerable savings.

The water supply infrastructure varies in its complexity from a simple, rural town gravity system to a computerized, remote-controlled, multisource system of a large city; however, the aim and objective of all the water systems are to supply safe water at the cheapest cost. These systems are designed based on least-cost and enhanced reliability considerations.

In general, water distribution systems can be divided into four main components: (1) water sources and intake works, (2) treatment works and storage, (3) transmission mains, and (4) distribution network. The common sources for the untreated or raw water are surface water sources such as rivers, lakes, springs, and man-made reservoirs.

The program DISNET is structured in such a way that it not only enables engineers to design water supply systems in simplest and fastest way but also enables them to design functionally efficient and least-cost systems. It is intended that students, professional engineers, and researchers will benefit from the pipe network analysis and design done by using DISNET. We hope, DISNET will turn out to be the most useful tool for the water supply engineers as some of the fine aspects of pipe network optimization are considered.

DISNET is available as stand alone software or in association with the software HEADS Site (provided with various Site planning & Estimation facilities) to the users for the convenience of the procurement.

The Output is produced as Text Report file and also as CAD Drawing file describing Node wise description for Elevation and available Pressure Head. It also informs about the Pipe number wise Diameter and Discharge for all the pipe in the network. DISNET requires Total Station Survey data of the project site in 3D as Text or GEN format or as CAD drawing. The step wise guide is given in Help menu to enable the user to master the operations in a straight forward way by processing the Tutorial data collected from real life project.

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Node wise description for Elevation and available Pressure Head are Produced

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Pipe number wise Diameter and Discharge for all the pipe in the network are Reported

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DisNet in Drainage Planning

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Surface drainage by open drains and subsurface drainage are probably the most comprehensively studied subject in land drainage. The relationships between the variables and parameters are well established. The remaining design problems are mostly due to the many other interactions between the soil and the system affecting the choice of materials, methods of installation etc.

Stream Hydrology & Synthetic Unit Hydrograph

Stream Hydrology is computed in details from Terrain Topography by transforming Transverse marcator data to Universal Tranverse marcator (UTM) data, Referring to WGS84 origin and directly downloaded from Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) without Topo maps. Discharge Location at Bridge is measured from farthest point of the River for water discharge at the Bridge location. The environment is 3D CAD, fully compatible to other CAD softwares.

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Synthetic Unit Hydrograph is plotted by comparing sum of discharge for 1 hour interval of Time and volume of 1 cm direct Runoff.

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