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May 28, 2010

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Dana, This is all very good but do you know when SSA will be available to non-NUSA subscribers? Also does this tool show water pooling (back up) in the event of pipe blockage? Thanks.

Laith -

SSA can route storms and actively use the pipe storage to simulate a storage condition in the pipe network. For example, SSA can use the pipes as underground storage in the pipe network leading to a restrictor plate or orifice condition.

If you need to simulate a closing of a valve, there are control rules that can turn off or restrict an item at a specific time or event. SSA would then route the event using the available links and nodes (pipes, manholes, junctions, storage nodes etc).

Do you have something particular in mind?

Matt Anderson, PE

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