Wastewater Measurement Videos

  1. GIS Solution Chosen To Streamline Utility In Huntsville, AL
    5/8/2018

    Huntsville Utilities is a multi-utility that had three different engineering departments using three sets of software for their designs and instruction drawings. Watch the video to learn how the utility chose Bentley Systems’ GIS Solution as a design and management tool to streamline design and speed up the design process.

  2. Wastewater Network Modeling and Analysis
    4/24/2018

    Bentley’s Wastewater Network Modeling and Analysis solution provides decision support capabilities to optimize network capacity and improve operations.  Hydraulic analysis allows you to evaluate capacity, identify bottlenecks in your existing or proposed piping and pumping networks, and design improvements needed to accommodate the growing demand for service and emergency response.

  3. Stormwater Modeling and Analysis
    4/24/2018

    Bentley’s Stormwater Modeling and Analysis solution enables designers to analyze and explore innovative stormwater design options and efficiently manage project deliverables.  Using hydrologic and hydraulic calculations helps you understand how rainfall translates into stormwater runoff and interacts with streets, channels, pipes, ponds and related stormwater infrastructure.

  4. Prolagos – Innovative Use Of WaterGEMS
    4/23/2018

    Prolagos, a subsidiary of Aegea, provides water and sewerage services to five municipalities in the state of Rio de Janeiro. The 2041 Master Plan project aims to expand the water supply system for Região dos Lagos (Region of the Lakes) over short-, medium-, and long-term horizons. In the short term, Prolagos built 4 large pumping stations, 30 requlation tanks, and a new trunk main spanning 300 km that will increase the transport capacity by 30%, reduce energy consumption by 55% and deal with seasonal population fluctuations.

  5. CivilStorm - All-In-One Stormwater Management
    4/19/2018

    CivilStorm can accurately model a wide range of stormwater infrastructure configurations and hydraulic elements arrangements, from closed conduits and channels, to ponds and outlets, and low impact development controls.

  6. StormCAD Product Overview – Straight-Forward Storm Sewer Design
    4/18/2018

    Stormwater drainage systems are complex networks of gutters, inlets, and pipes. Analyzing these elements together is impossible for using traditional hand or spreadsheet calculations, and designing storm sewer components iteratively is too cumbersome, even for most hydraulic software.  StormCAD helps you plan and design your entire drainage system cost effectively and efficiently.

  7. Wastewater Network Planning and Design
    4/18/2018

    Bentley’s Wastewater Network Design and Planning solution enables designers and hydraulic modelers to collaborate during the planning and design stages of wastewater network rehabilitation, extension and expansion projects. 

  8. WaterGEMS – Intelligent Decisions for Water Distribution
    4/16/2018

    WaterGEMS modeling software empowers you to easily analyze any conditions related to your water distribution system, while improving your collaboration with other project stakeholders.  A versatile multi-platform environment liberates you from being locked into any one environment, meaning that you can use and open the same model file in any of the supported CAD or GIS interfaces.

  9. WaterCAD – Proven Water Distribution Modeling
    4/16/2018

    Urban water distribution systems have the vital purpose of delivering clean, safe water to the people they serve.   In order to continuously deliver service, these systems must be carefully planned, designed, operated, and maintained.   The WaterCAD modeling application empowers users to easily analyze every aspect of their water distribution systems.

  10. SewerGEMS – Responsible Sewer Management
    4/16/2018

    SewerGEMS can help engineers optimize their wastewater networks, whether developing new sewers, expanding sewer systems to cater to future population growth, renewing aging or problematic wastewater infrastructure, or operating a wastewater system.