Models Illustrating the Use of GoldSim for Hydraulics Applications
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This model shows how reliability elements can be used to model throughput in an oil pumping facility. Pumps are turned on and off as the desired flow rate changes and pumps fail and are repaired.

The purpose of this model is to demonstrate how GoldSim can calculate hydraulic functions dynamically.

Operating rules control outflows from a reservoir that contains operating zones divided into surcharge, flood control, conservation, and dead pool zones.

Simulate the breach in a dam as it grows through time and the resulting discharge hydrograph

This simple example simulates the flow between and the levels of a twotank system using Bernoulli's theorem.

This model illustrates how several methods for calculating a reservoir discharge can be combined into a single model. The methods includes calculations based on fluid physics, lookup tables and volumetrically under lowlevel conditions.

Example model illustrating a weir flow calculation for spillway outflow which is limited by available volume for use with long time steps

This model demonstrates how GoldSim can be used to model fluid flow in a countercurrent flow network.

This model demonstrates how GoldSim can be used to model fluid flow in a parallel flow network

A script element is used to solve for pumping flow as a function of the total dynamic head on the pump due to headloss.

Use the Reliability Module of GoldSim to calculate the failure modes of various components of a pumping station and water delivery system.

This model allows design of stormwater drainage channels used to convey design flood discharges associated with storm runoff from the catchment.

Simulates the inflow and outflow from a pond that controls discharge using a simple orifice in a riser outlet works

Calculate the headloss through this pipe bend and the hydrodynamic force on the pipe

Calculate flow rate over a sharpcrested rectangular weir and check for proper sizing

This static GoldSim model calculates the normal depth in an open channel assuming uniform flow conditions.
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