Paradigm and open boundary valves

Everyone loves a two for one and that’s exactly what finding an open boundary valve delivers, improved confidence in the data from two adjacent areas.

In this case study, Paradigm was able to show that two adjacent areas were showing opposite problems in terms of the difference between net flow and the model. Once it was established that the two areas shared a meter, the analyst was able to act with confidence in sending a field team to check and close the boundary valve.

To review the full case study please refer to the slideshow below.

Paradigm Integrity Case Study DMA-211-01

“hen one area sits consistently below its modelled profile and an adjacent area sits above its modelled profile we have a good indication of a boundary breach.”

Richard Francis – Project Engineer at SME Water