These cookies are those that allow the user to navigate through a web page, platform or application and to use the different options or services that exist therein, such as, for example, controlling the traffic and communication of data, identifying the session, accessing restricted areas, remember the elements that comprise an order, carry out the purchase process of an order, apply for registration or participation in an event, use security features while browsing, store content for the broadcasting of videos or sound or share content via social media. Accepted by default.
These cookies are those that allow the user to access the service with some general characteristics predefined according to a series of criteria in the user's terminal, such as the language, the type of browser through which the user accesses the service, the regional configuration from where the user accesses the service, etc. Accepted by default.
They are those that, well treated by us or by third parties, allow us to quantify the number of users and thus; perform the measurement and statistical analysis of the use of the service offered made by users. To do this, your browsing on our website is analysed in order to improve the range of products or services we offer you. In particular, this website uses Google Analytics. Accepted by default.
Analysis and design of hydraulic systems
In order to get reliable results from the mathematical models for simulation of distribution networks this requires a constant adjustment of the most uncertain parameters. The ITA has been working in this approach, improving the techniques enabling distribution of the loads (consumptions) from the nodes of the model, both as regards volumes registered and not registered.
Person responsible for this line: Jorge García-Serra García
This is doubtlessly one of the most important aspects of network modelling. The ITA has a major data base of individual consumptions allowing statistical simulations to be made in order to propose improvements in loading models. This technique is valid both for water distribution networks and for interior installations, which in this last case enables establishing reliable simultaneity criteria based on real data, necessary for making more accurate designs.
The analysis of the effect of users’ storage devices in the way distribution networks run and the study of their possible elimination is another aspect on which work is being done. In this case we are seeking protocols to find out in which cases and with what modifications to installations these can be replaced.