Administration page used to import tank information into WaterSight.
It is possible to import tank information through a configuration Excel file (template file available for download in the Digital Twin Setup page) or to manually add a tank and its characteristics. After uploading tank information, it is also possible to edit, delete or copy information, using the available buttons located above the table.
Note: To enable the Copy, Edit, and Remove options, please select a tank first (row in the table). When clicking in a specific tank (table row) the fields available for editing will appear below the tank configuration table.
Tank Configuration Table
Note: Minimum required fields are marked with an asterisk.
Name of the tank.
Elevation of the storage base used as a reference when entering water surface elevations in the in terms of levels.
Lowest allowable water surface elevation or level.
The level above elevation (base) where the tank has its Volume max.
Maximum storage volume of the tank. It is the volume between Elevation (base) and Level max and includes the inactive volume between Elevation (base) and Level min.
Desired Turnover Days
Number of days required to fully exchange the tanks volume.
Name of the signal reporting this tanks level.
This field can be filled using the Configuration Template or manually inserted. To manually add, the user first needs to click in a row (tank) and then click edit and then toggle on the curve button below the tank table.
Toggle allows to add/remove a characteristic describing the tank volume ratio as a function of level ratio.
Note: the points at (0,0) and (100,100) is mandatory and must not be entered.
Level Ratio (%)
Percentage of level between Level min and Level max.
Volume Ratio (%)
Percentage of Volume max reached at the Level ratio.
Tags (User defined groups)
It is possible to insert tags (or user defined groups) for each tank, by directly filling the Tags column in the Tanks Configuration Template or by directly clicking in a row in the Tanks table, then clicking Edit and then filling the Tags section below the table.
Once tags are defined, those will be available in the Tank level page, so that is easier to search and find specific tanks of interest. Below some examples of groups that may be relevant:
- grouping tanks by zones
- grouping tanks by towns
- grouping tanks by critical and non-critical
- grouping tanks by transmission mains VS distribution system
- etc, etc
For more information about WaterSight, please go to OpenFlows WaterSight TechNotes and FAQ's.