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Old   August 16, 1998, 14:38
Default Network flow
Hans Grahn
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I'm interested in network flow inormation, books, PC-programs and so on.

The purpose is to enable me to write a program that can solve network flow models in the ventilation area.

If you have any information, please e-mail me.

Many thanks!
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Old   August 17, 1998, 15:04
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Brian Shaner
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I am looking for a PC Win NT program that can be used to predict water through network systems. Particulary I am interested in understanding how to calculate water flow through a system that has a 1-2" diameter pipe that has 5-13 water lines streaming from this main feed. Then the flows through each line meet at the outlet pipe which can be 1-2" in diameter. I have tried using the Hardy Cross iterative process with no success. Anyone have any information?? It would be greatly appreciated.

Best Regards, Brian Shaner Rehrig Pacific Company phone: 814-455-8023
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Old   August 17, 1998, 15:22
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Have a look at the Water Resources Application Software at they may well have you want. I have never explored the site but they seem to have a lot of this sort of thing. Please post back if you find the site useful or not.
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Old   August 18, 1998, 02:27
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Robin Bornoff
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MacroFlow from Innovative Research should do exactly what you want:
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Old   August 18, 1998, 09:48
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Brian Shaner
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Andy & Robin

Andy, the web address that you gave me wasn't a big help but thank you for responding.

Robin, the web address that you gave may lead me to a solution.

Thank you for the help!

Brian Shaner Rehrig Pacific Company
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