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How should I approach this?

Hi all,

So I'm working on a unidirectional flow project and I have trouble approaching this project.

I've encountered two problems and I don't know how to go about it.

1) there's one account and 2 uses (indoor and irrigation), should I combine the two? or should I use one as opposed to the other?

2) the other problem is almost the complete opposite, I have two accounts that corresponds to the same address.

If anyone could give me a couple pointers that would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you so much in advance!

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  • Hello Huy,

    You mentioned that this is for a "unidirectional flow" project - are you referring to a unidirectional flushing simulation, in which one or more hydrants are opened along with closure of one or more valves?

    Your questions seem to be about demand loading - are you concerned about accurate placement of demands such that pipe velocities are accurate during a unidirectional flushing event?

    Regarding the two accounts corresponding to the same address - what is your specific concern about this? I assume that there are two separate water meters at this particular address, which supply different purposes for whomever resides at the address. For demand loading purposes, it sounds like you could model this as two separate Customer meter elements with the corresponding metered flow, connected to a single junction at the location where the customer ties in to the water main. Or, you could model them as two separate demand entries on that junction.


    Regards,

    Jesse Dringoli
    Technical Support Manager, OpenFlows Products
    Bentley Communities Site Administrator
    Bentley Systems, Inc.

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  • Hello Huy,

    You mentioned that this is for a "unidirectional flow" project - are you referring to a unidirectional flushing simulation, in which one or more hydrants are opened along with closure of one or more valves?

    Your questions seem to be about demand loading - are you concerned about accurate placement of demands such that pipe velocities are accurate during a unidirectional flushing event?

    Regarding the two accounts corresponding to the same address - what is your specific concern about this? I assume that there are two separate water meters at this particular address, which supply different purposes for whomever resides at the address. For demand loading purposes, it sounds like you could model this as two separate Customer meter elements with the corresponding metered flow, connected to a single junction at the location where the customer ties in to the water main. Or, you could model them as two separate demand entries on that junction.


    Regards,

    Jesse Dringoli
    Technical Support Manager, OpenFlows Products
    Bentley Communities Site Administrator
    Bentley Systems, Inc.

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