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The first version of the EPANET Program was launched over a decade ago now (since 1993) by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of the U.S.A.. This is a friendly, flexible and powerful program, with one very positive quality- it is free !
Also available in Spanish, it is an ideal tool for analysing, modelling and ultimately, designing networks. This course is completely applied (it must be given in an I.T. classroom) and for proper follow-up it is advisable to have the knowledge discussed in course nº 4, on pressurised urban networks. As can be inferred from its subject matter, most of the course is devoted to developing real practical cases.