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Utilities capacity planning tool or software?

Utilities capacity planning tool or software?

Utilities capacity planning tool or software?

Hi All,

This may not be the right forum for the topic, however, could anyone suggest a good utility planning tool or software where the end user add-on can be monitored against the distribution network and central plant capacities as set up on that tool .
Something that will give an early warning of a certain section of a distribution network capacity burst and show how far does that burst transfers upstream on the network.

Not sure if I have managed to clarify what I’m looking for?
Basically, enter the blower, filter and coil capacities. Then the main, submain, lateral and sublateral pipe capacities in some sort of a parent-child tree arrangement where the added user load on a lateral shows all the way upstream. Perhaps to have an option to enter correction factors to keep the upstream network and plant in check based on the estimated average load.

Kind Regards

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