CWSNet : An object-oriented toolkit for water distribution system simulations

@inproceedings{Guidolin2010CWSNetA,
  title={CWSNet : An object-oriented toolkit for water distribution system simulations},
  author={Michele Guidolin and Pavel Burovskiy and Zoran Kapelan and Daniela Savi},
  year={2010}
}
In the field of water distribution systems the EPANET 2 toolkit is considered nowadays the industry standard for hydraulic modelling. Unfortunately, the design and programming model of EPANET 2 have some limitations that make any attempt to extend its hydraulic solver, add new functionalities or improve performance difficult to achieve and time consuming. A new software toolkit for water distribution system modelling, CWSNet, is presented. CWSNet is developed in C++ using the object-oriented… CONTINUE READING

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