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Advanced Water Distribution Software WaterPack is a fully-dynamic EPANET based water distribution modeling package. It can analyze an entire water distribution system, or selected portions, under steady state or extended period simulations, with water quality analysis if needed.

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WaterPack is a fully-dynamic EPANET based water distribution modeling package. It can analyze an entire water distribution system, or selected portions, under steady state or extended period simulations, with water quality analysis if needed.

I am very impressed with the versatility, comprehensiveness, and ease of running the program... I do not see how I have managed this long without this program.

I am a Professional Engineer in Arkansas with over 45 years of civil engineering experience. I have been working with the BOSS WaterPack program since December 2009. I am very impressed with the versatility, comprehensiveness, and ease of running the program. The learning curve for the basic information to input pipe and junction data and to run the program is very short, one or two days. The more you work with the program, the more amazed you become about the intricate details of the program.

The program contains a drawing of the water system that is used to input all data (pipes, junctions, flow, pumps, tanks, etc.) into the program. The particular item for which data is being entered is highlighted on the drawing during the initial entry or editing. You see the relative location of the item, greatly reducing the potential for errors. The problems normally encountered, when entering data in large tabular formats, are eliminated.

The water system that I used the program on contained over 200 waterlines, 6 water tanks, 5 pump stations, and 5 pressure zones. I easily converted an AutoCAD drawing of the water system to the WaterPack program’s pipe and junction drawing. It took about two days to incorporate the pipe, junction, tank, and pump data into the program. For each flow condition, I was able to model the complete water system at one time. The display of the computed pressures using colored bands that overlaid the drawing to represent pressure ranges throughout the water system was a tremendous help in determining locations of critical pressure areas.

I was also very impressed with the extended period analysis feature of the program. After inputting hourly flow percentage factors, that represents a distribution of the daily flow, the program computes the flows throughout the system for each hour. From the tank and pump data output tabulation, you see the tank water level, flow into or out of the tank, pumping rate, and other data that easily show how your system is working and where there might be problems. I highly recommend this program. I do not see how I have managed this long without this program.

Gerald W. Atkins, P.E.
Atkins Engineering Co.
Barling, AR