The Water Network Tool for Resilience (WNTR) is a Python package designed to simulate and analyze resilience of water distribution networks. The software includes capability to:
- Generate water network models
- Modify network structure and operations
- Add disruptive events including pipe leaks
- Add response/repair strategies
- Simulate pressure dependent demand and demand-driven hydraulics
- Simulate water quality
- Evaluate resilience
- Visualize results
For more information, go to http://wntr.readthedocs.io
To cite WNTR, use one of the following references:
Klise, K.A., Murray, R., Haxton, T. (2018). An overview of the Water Network Tool for Resilience (WNTR), In Proceedings of the 1st International WDSA/CCWI Joint Conference, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, July 23-25, 075, 8p.
Klise, K.A., Bynum, M., Moriarty, D., Murray, R. (2017). A software framework for assessing the resilience of drinking water systems to disasters with an example earthquake case study, Environmental Modelling and Software, 95, 420-431, doi: 10.1016/j.envsoft.2017.06.022
Klise, K.A., Hart, D.B., Moriarty, D., Bynum, M., Murray, R., Burkhardt, J., Haxton, T. (2017). Water Network Tool for Resilience (WNTR) User Manual, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Technical Report, EPA/600/R-17/264, 47p.
WNTR is released under the Revised BSD license. See the LICENSE.txt file.
- wntr - Python package
- documentation - User manual
- examples - Examples and network files
- ci - Software requirements for continuous integration testing
- Katherine Klise, Sandia National Laboratories, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Regan Murray, US Environmental Protection Agency, Murray.Regan@epa.gov
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Sandia Funding Statement
Sandia National Laboratories is a multimission laboratory managed and operated by National Technology and Engineering Solutions of Sandia, LLC., a wholly owned subsidiary of Honeywell International, Inc., for the U.S. Department of Energy's National Nuclear Security Administration under contract DE-NA-0003525.