EA-PSM Hydraulic for Water Utilities

EA-PSM Hydraulic is used for quick and accurate evaluation of “what-if” scenarios in water distribution network. It allows to optimize CAPEX and justify investment decisions by technical calculations, efficiently manage water supply system and reduce energy consumption in pumping stations. EA-PSM data management capabilities allow to accumulate the most important data about the water distribution system in one place and use it for your business transformation.

Technical features

  • Automatic water distribution network data import from GIS database
  • Algorithms to find and fix flaws in GIS database
  • Evaluate consumers profiles
  • Automatically generate technical requirements for new consumers
  • Automatically informs consumers about scheduled and unscheduled water supply outages
  • Mismatch between consumer declared and expected water consumption indication
  • Characteristics of pumps and electric motors
  • Calculation of pump capacity control with a variable frequency drive
  • Measurements (from SCADA) linkage to calculation results
  • Perform water flow calculation, estimate pressure drops and flow speed and check if technical requirements are met
  • Water stagnation indication
  • Hydraulic pressure losses indication
  • Indicate pressure at any point in the system

Water service connection requirements

EA-PSM Hydraulic provides an integrated environment for editing study area input data, running hydraulic and water quality simulations, and viewing the results in a variety of formats. These include color-coded area and conveyance system maps, time series graphs and tables, profile plots, and statistical frequency analyses.

Central database solution

EA-PSM Hydraulic Cloud solution allow manage big scale water supply system. Cloud solution has internal Database, which allow store GIS, metering, real time data inside one Database also as analyses Water supply system.

GIS Solution

EA-PSM Hydraulic provides an integrated environment for editing study area input data, running hydraulic and water quality simulations, and viewing the results in a variety of formats. These include color-coded area and conveyance system maps, time series graphs and tables, profile plots, and statistical frequency analyses.