Solutions to Water Hammer Problems: FHCS will provide complete solutions to water hammer problems for various pipeline systems. The solutions provided include developing transient models using the well known Pipe2008 software, simulating various transient generating events and their effects on the pipeline systems and their components, providing reliable and cost effective solutions to minimize the effects of high and low transient pressures. The close association of FHCS with some of the well known manufacturers of surge protection equipment makes the solutions more reliable (access to their proprietary data) and attractive (cost effective). The following are some of the popular areas where FHCS can help you with solutions to water hammer problems.
  • Lift Irrigation Pipelines
  • Water Transmission Pipelines
  • Sanitary Sewer Force Mains
  • Water Distribution Systems
  • Irrigation Piping Systems
  • Fire Protection Sprinkler Systems – tall building, warehouses, aircraft hangers, ships etc.
  • Oil pipelines

Water Distribution Networks

FHCS can provide reliable and cost effective solutions to your distribution network problems. If you are thinking of migrating to continuous water supply systems from intermittent supply system, you should contact FHCS as we understand both worlds equally well and can offer efficient solutions. Having a reliable computer model for your water distribution system would help you eliminate trail and error design and operational solutions. Continuous water supply systems: Model development, calibration, study of what-if scenarios, water quality calibration and modeling, pump and storage sizing etc.
  • Intermittent water supply systems (common in developing countries): Design of transmission network including pipes, pumps and storage tanks; distribution system models; optimal operational controls and control devices such as flow and pressure control valves, air and vacuum relief valves etc.
  • Rural water supply systems (specific to many regions of United States): Design of rural water supply systems based on peak demand diversity curves etc.