Taking advantage of the GVF-Convex solver in SewerGEMS for complex pumping

Have you ever had trouble getting stable results in SewerGEMS when modeling numerous and/or complex pumping? Are you looking to model more complex controls? Did you know that an EPANET-based pressure solver is available in SewerGEMS, which can provide more stable results in these cases? This can often be a more suitable approach for certain models like pressure sewers. To see this in action, watch this short video.

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Scott Kampa
Product Engineer
Bentley Systems, Inc.

See Also

Troubleshooting unstable SewerGEMS and CivilStorm results using the implicit solver

Differences between solvers: GVF-Convex vs. GVF-Rational vs. Implicit vs. Explicit (SWMM)

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