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Marte SHOCKMarte SHOCK
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DEK s.r.l. – Software e Servizi per l'Ingegneria
Marte is the comprehensive software package for modeling and design hydraulic networks. Developed and commercialized by DEK, it is a powerful and reliable tool for engineers specialized in design and management of hydraulic networks.
In the process of developing and maintaining a complex system, the modeling of the network is a key part: customers must be supplied in a secure, reliable and efficient way at any time. Any decisions regarding this process may have a strong impact on anybody is involved in the process itself.
In this scenario, Marte has become more and more important for many Italian companies as an efficient tool for the analysis and the design of distribution networks.
Based on AutoCAD and Microsoft Access, it delivers powerful data managing and plotting features and simplify integration with third-party solutions.
The advanced calculus features of Marte and the possibility to make accurate models of the network behaviour can be the value added and the successful key in the actual scenario of integrated hydraulic services.
Water Hammer analysis, solving by the method of the characteristics.
The Litra code
Litra (LIquid TRansient Analysis) is the Marte SHOCK calculus code for the water hammer analysis, solving by the method of the characteristics. With Litra you can investigate:
*transitory phenomena in flows and heads with the formation of vapour bubbles;
*shut-down of pumps;
*flowing through pumps and valves;
*unexpected breaking of pumps or blackouts;
*closing of valves;
The Real-time monitor option enable real-time monitoring of time series during the simulation, for one or more network elements, so you can:
*stop the simulation at any time and save anyway the results up to that simulation time (useful when real-time shows a dump progress faster than estimated);
*continue the simulation after the duration time initially settled (useful when real-time shows a dump progress slower than estimated).