Presentation on theme: "GHD Water Systems Hydraulic Modelling"— Presentation transcript:
1 GHD Water Systems Hydraulic Modelling Peter Bruntph:
2 Key Personnel Mike Woods Peter Brunt Ramon Shinkfield Scott Nicholls Over 25 years experienceWater Network AnalysisStrategic PlanningPeter Brunt9 years experienceProject manages water supply network capabilitiesWater model build, calibration, analysis, planningRamon Shinkfield9 years experienceWater model build, calibration, analysis, planningSpatial Analysis & GISScott Nicholls10 years experienceWater & wastewater model build, calibration, analysis, planningMultiple packages; Info Works, H2OMap, SynerGee, EPANet
3 Key Personnel Jonathan Orr Don Sirikhant David Hyne Steven Fraraccio 10 years experienceWater and wastewater network analysisStrategic planningDon Sirikhant4 years experienceWater & wastewater model build, calibration, analysisDavid Hyne2 years experienceWater model build, calibration & analysisSteven Fraraccio3 years experienceWater model build, calibration & analysisSurge Analysis
4 GHD Melbourne Experience Completed modelling projects:39 clients – local, interstate internationalPredominantly regional water authoritiesProject experience includesData monitoring planning and collectionSystem data capture and model buildModel calibration, validation, development forecasts, analysis, planning, PMZ, scenario management, etc.Surge/transient wave modellingMultiple model packaging experienceH2OMap, WaterCAD, EPANet, InfoWorks etc etc.
5 Ballarat Water Supply Network Model (CHW) Purpose:Develop population forecastsPlanning of pressure reduction works as part of an overall program to address unaccounted waterPlanning for population & demand growthSystem Complexities:Three sources of supply (variable WQ)Six main pressure zones plus sub-zones18 No. PRV’s plus 2 No. PCV’s22 No. storages and 8 No. pump setsThe model was validated against SCADA.Ramon Shinkfield / Peter BruntH2OMap
6 Township Development Plans (WW) Portland, Port Fairy, Hamilton & Heywood Purpose:Strategic and capital works planningEfficient servicing and operationsSystem Complexities :No. pipes ranged from 300 to 2000Calibrated to monitored flows & pressuresOne town under Stage 4 restrictionsThree towns under PWSMDeveloped data monitoring and collection programRamon Shinkfield / Peter BruntH2OMap
7 Bendigo Augmentation Strategy (Coliban) Purpose:Determine most effective and efficient means of operating the systemDevelop future system improvement options: - 5 stages over 25 yearsSystem Complexities :Extension of the network to 5 satellite townshipsPressure, security of supply, fire flowWater quality calibration & modellingLeakage reductionDevelop strategy model user manual and trainingAntony MakinInfoWorks
8 WMP Hydraulic Design Review (Coliban) Purpose:Independent performance review of hydraulic design and as-built systemConfirmation that agreed levels of service can be suppliedSystem Complexities:WMP system ~10% of Victoria (2M Ha), 8000km pipeline, 53 pump stations, 71 storage facilitiesReview how models were used to size pipes and their ratings, and design pump stations & storagesIdentification of shortfalls, deferral opportunities with verified via systematic consultative processImprovement opportunities identified, e.g. security of supply, trigger points, modelling potentialAntony MakinEPANet
9 Modelling Capability Statement Refer to hand-out
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