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The proper design of water supply systems in both urban and rural areas requires careful consideration of hydraulic transients. Neglecting this critical aspect can lead to devastating consequences such as damage to pipes and equipment, endangerment of operator safety, and significant loss of capital investment.

Join us to explore how OpenFlows HAMMER, a powerful software tool, can be utilized for hydraulic transient analysis. By leveraging advanced numerical algorithms, OpenFlows HAMMER enables the simulation of fluid behavior in pipeline systems, allowing engineers and operators to identify high-risk areas where surge pressures may occur.

In this webinar, you will:

  • Get an introduction to OpenFlows HAMMER and Virtuoso subscription, a 1-year practitioner license
  • Understand how to get started with integrated OpenFlows WaterGEMS model for enhanced experience
  • Discover intuitive software interface of OpenFlows Hammer with basics of hydraulic transients
  • Explore how to identify high-risk areas in a transmission pipe system by running simulations
  • Model & Analyze different protection measures by setting up surge control devices
  • See interpretations and results display of transient analysis effectively using various visualization tools in OpenFlows Hammer

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Webinar Presenters

Subhranil Chakrabarti

Subhranil Chakrabarti

Product Sales Engineer

Subhraniil is a Civil Engineer with an extensive experience in the water sector. He has a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering and master’s degree in Water Resources & Hydraulic Engineering. He has 4 years of experience in the water sector as a designer. At Bentley Systems, he is a product sales engineer for Bentley’s Water Solutions.

Deepjyoti Chakraborty

Deepjyoti Chakraborty

User Success Manager

Deepjyoti works for Bentley’s Virtuosity as a Product Success Manager Water Infrastructure with 3+ years of experience in Hydraulics & Hydrology and environment. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering and a Master’s Degree in Environmental Engineering. He is responsible for product training, industry presentations, and engineering sales support for a variety of Virtuosity's Openflows software solutions.