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PipeSolver is an intuitive desktop application for the solution of dimensioning and flowrate problems in the pipe network using the Hardy-Cross method. PipeSolver allows the user to work with a flexible, but easily manageable, mathematics platform.
The application’s interface is both flexible and intuitive, allowing the user to perform an analysis with only a few mouse clicks. This makes PipeSolver the ideal application for the initial dimensioning of pipe networks.
PipeSolver is a stand-alone application. It can be started from the hard disk or from a boot-image, since it does not need to be run from a network server.
On startup the application asks the user for a folder containing the required pipe data in pipesml and pdf format.
Pipesml format is an XML-like file describing each pipe in the network with given dimensions, flowrate and roughness coefficients. It may contain additional information, for instance information related to the application (e.g. license information) or to the user itself (e.g. ownership rights).
Pipesml format files are first processed by the PipeSolver application. When the application launches the dimensioning problem, the pipefiles are loaded as required.
The PipeSolver Dimensioning Problem
PipeSolver may be used for the initial dimensioning of a pipe network where the flowrate of any pipe is to be specified.
When the pipe dimensioning problem is launched, the user is prompted for a folder containing required pipe data in pipesml format.
PipeSolver is not an automatic dimensioning tool, but a method for obtaining the dimensioned pipe network. The input pipe data may be supplied in a pipesml-format file, or pipes may be modified on-the-fly, e.g. if the user modifies a pipe to obtain a better flowrate or dimension solution.
After the pipe data have been loaded, PipeSolver asks the user for a dimensioning objective. This may be flowrate, roughness or any other specified parameter. The user may also specify an objective for every pipe.
The PipeSolver Dimensioning Problem may be solved in three ways:
￭ Repeated bisection
The output is a file containing all the pipes’ dimensions, roughness coefficients and flowrates for the user-provided objective.
PipeSolver’s Easy-to-Use Interface
PipeSolver’s interface is simple and
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PipeSolver Serial Key uses finite volume methods to solve network problems, thanks to its modularity and ease of use. The main limitation of PipeSolver Crack Mac lies in the usability of the Hardy-Cross approach, a very hard optimization problem since it needs to adapt several parameters (friction loss coefficients, and departure angles, pressures…) of the flow.
The PipeSolver Crack Free Download program has been developed using Java language and uses the FVM3D open-source library (
Finally, the PipeSolver Full Crack (PMI PipeSolver) uses the Hardy-Cross flow solver implemented in FVM3D, an open-source library (see written in C++.
PipeSolver application will be distributed on two formats, for use with Windows and Unix platforms: a WinPipeSolver application for Windows, and a UnipipeSolver application for Unix.
WinPipeSolver and UnipipeSolver are running with virtual machine (VMware) and with a demonstration scenario, the benchmark of the North-Shore platform (the case of the flow in the Northern-shore stream in Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA, see
Implementation of the conditions and features of the pipe network in PMI PipeSolver
A pipe network can be represented in two different ways:
￭ a geometry representation, when network is defined as a pipe-network, and pipe diameters, lengths and roughness are known. At this level of representation, the pipe network is not structured and no dynamics are included.
￭ a flow representation, when pipe diameter, length, roughness and pumps, turbines and valves are known, while the network topology is unknown. When the network topology is unknown, the flow network has to be structured to describe the flows in all branches.
The PipeSolver application demonstrates how the problem can be represented through a geometry, with the pipes described as elements of the pipe network. This way, the network geometry is structured, and the pipe network dynamics are considered.
The PipeSolver application comes with a model of the flow in the Northern-shore, a network of pipes (waterway) topology, and a pump, two turbines and a valve.
This demo model has been created using the “Generate Virtual Models�
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The PipeSolver application was designed to be a tool for computing the fluid flow in a pipe network, using the Hardy-Cross method.
Two types of problem may be defined:
￭ Flowrate problem: in this case, the entire network is specified in terms of pipe diameter, length and roughness, as well as pumps, valves and turbines characteristics. The goal is to find the flowrate in every branch.
￭ Dimensioning problem: pump or turbine characteristics or network dimensions are computed so as to achieve a specified flowrate in a certain branch.
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The Hardy-Cross method used by PipeSolver is simple, but has the following limitations:
1 – Computed Reynolds numbers may be less than a real Reynolds number
2 – Pipe roughness has to be one or two orders of magnitude lower than the real roughness, and in a medium-size pipe network, the differences between roughness on the contrary will most often be small
3 – In the case of multiple pipes in a network, the Reynold number cannot be computed unless the flow is from any of the pipe into any other pipe, but the roughness is different in each pipe
In that light, using a method such as the one proposed by Liu et al. (1979), or one of the later proposed extensions of the original method proposed by Rajaratnam (1995), could be the best choice for pipe roughness approximations, but they are much more complex.
Similar to the size of the pipe network, the Reynolds number calculated with the Hardy-Cross method using the concept of rough
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At the beginning, the pipe network is specified in terms of a set of fields: network geometry (number of pipes and branches) and characteristics (pipe diameters, lengths, roughness, flowrate branches,…).
The pipe network might be very large and complex.
PipeSolver supports the following types of calculations:
￭ Pipe diameter
￭ Pipe roughness
￭ Branch characteristic
￭ Pipe network characteristics (geometry and roughness)
￭ Branch geometry
￭ Pipe branch characteristics (geometry, roughness)
￭ Pump and turbine characteristics (flowrate, flowrate at inlet, flowrate at outlet, coefficient of efficiency, roughness, friction factor,…)
PipeSolver handles both problems. Indeed, for flowrate problems it computes all the flowrate branches from the network (flowrate in every pipe) and for dimensioning problems it computes the branch flowrate flowrate at inlet and flowrate at outlet that meet the requirements.
There are three types of pipes in the PipeSolver application :
￭ Pipe : the basic type of pipe handled by this application, it is the pipe with uniform diameter.
￭ Branch : the pipe used to separate two pipes. The pipe has a uniform diameter while the branch diameter is infinite.
￭ Tube : the part of a pipe that is continuous.
These pipes can have an infinite length (tube pipes) or a finite length (branch pipes and pipes). The pipe diameter can be specified via the Pipe diamter field.
This field is either a number that indicates the pipe diameter in millimeters, or a double in the YXZ plane. The pipe roughness (structure) can be specified via the pipe roughness field.
This field is either a number that indicates the roughness (roughness index) in millimeter or a double in the XY plane. The pipe network characteristics can be specified via the Pipe network characteristics field. This field is a structure that contains the pipe network geometry (geometry) and characteristics (roughness index, length, etc.). The Pipe solver will take into account the flowrate, roughness, geometry and length to decide if the network is valid and not too long.
Every branch can have a characteristisc field, but this field is not mandatory. The pipe or tube branches have a characteristics field that indicates the geometry (pipe
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