Linear headloss in Watergems/Hammer?

Hello!

In order to study a reverse osmosis plant, I need to represent linear headlosses (the flow in the membrane cartridge is laminar).

How  to do so in WaterGems and Hammer ? 

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  • Hello Khalid,

    A general purpose valve may work for what you are trying to model. This allows you to include a headloss curve where you can enter a table of flow and headloss, which allows you to control the headloss at the valve.

    For information on how valves operate in HAMMER, please see this link: Model Reference - Valves. You can include an operating rule to change how the valve operates, but the valve headloss is assumed to be held at the value calculated during the initial conditions calculation.

    Regards,

    Scott

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  • Hello Khalid,

    A general purpose valve may work for what you are trying to model. This allows you to include a headloss curve where you can enter a table of flow and headloss, which allows you to control the headloss at the valve.

    For information on how valves operate in HAMMER, please see this link: Model Reference - Valves. You can include an operating rule to change how the valve operates, but the valve headloss is assumed to be held at the value calculated during the initial conditions calculation.

    Regards,

    Scott

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