Carrying out the design of a hydraulic system is not simple, requires a detailed analysis through an interdisciplinary team work , involving areas such as: Civil Engineering, Hydrology, Mechanical Engineering, specialized software in hydraulic modeling and transient pressures, engineers in automation and control to be monitoring all system parameters. .

For example, for the design of an aqueduct it is important to have accurate design parameters and an accurate consumption figure, it is necessary to check the availability in quantity and quality of water fountain, statistics of water consumption , period of design and probable life structures, Periodic variations for consuming and influence over the system components, wearing off to be used materials. .

Careful analysis of these figures is fundamental to achieve an adequate dimensioning of the structure system. Depending on the system, you need to evaluate different areas such as:

  • Sources of supply

  • Collection works

  • Driving works

  • Water treatment

  • Storage

  • Distribution

In the case of design of accessories in the aqueducts, we carry out software studies and topographic analysis where we identify required points for the system to include accessories such as inlet and air expulsion valves, as well as their sizing. this way, the number of accessories can be made more efficient, by installing only the required ones, since it is very common that in the designing of an aqueduct, excessive accessories in number and size are proposed.

COET has experienced specialist engineers in the areas required to generate a reliable and durable design. The main advantage of working with COET is the experience in the hydraulic sector in our country. Our areas of expertise in design are:

  • Pipes with large diameters

  • Accessories for aqueducts

  • Tanks

  • Flow control structures

  • Wells

  • Tunnels