hydraulic computer

hydraulic computer

[hī′drȯ·lik kəm′pyüd·ər]
(computer science)
A computer in which electric current and gates are replaced by fluid and valves.
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The Service Provider will provide data conversion and hydraulic computer modeling/analysis services.
provides more than 125,000 civil engineers in over 170 countries with hydrologic and hydraulic computer modeling applications, continuing education workshops, and textbooks.
Founded in 1979, Haestad Methods provides more than 125,000 civil engineers in over 170 countries with hydrologic and hydraulic computer modeling applications, continuing education workshops, and textbooks.
The water system audit, designed to provide data that will enable Baltimore to maximize the water system's performance, will include: production meter calibration, records review, meter sizing and application analysis, pressure zone usage measurements, leak detection, and hydraulic computer model calibration.
The primary objectives of this master planning effort include but are not limited to: To produce an updated and calibrated distribution system hydraulic computer model for the whole system in order to facilitate its use for long term planning and project development, for evaluating system operations and efficiencies, and to provide support for risk analysis and emergency response.
About Haestad Methods: Founded in 1979, Haestad Methods provides more than 125,000 civil engineers in over 170 countries with hydrologic and hydraulic computer modeling applications, continuing education workshops, and textbooks.
By creating a local presence and backing it up with a key developer to champion our products, we are signaling our commitment to China and our intention to help provide its civil engineering community with the latest technological advances in the hydrologic and hydraulic computer modeling industry.
Project Description : This project consists of the on-going update of the hydraulic computer model (InfoWater) of the City s water system to evaluate the system demand and conditions during normal operations as well as during fire events.