Performance Reports provide a summary of run status, and junction/pipe performances according to specified assessment criteria; and include three tables: Run Summary, Junction Performance, and Pipe Performance.

Run Summary

Performance Reports - Run Summary

Run Summary shows the status of each assessment run and whether the run encounters disconnection or not.

  • Assessment ID - ID for an individual assessment valve.

  • Run Status - The status of an assessment run, either OK or Failed. If OK, the assessment run produces results; if Failed, the assessment run produces no results.

  • Disconnection Run - Whether an assessment run encounters disconnection or not.

Junction Performance

Performance Reports – Junction Performance

Junction Performance shows a number of junction parameters about the violation of assessment criteria in an assessment run.

  • Assessment ID - ID for an individual assessment valve.

  • Affected Junction Count - The total number of affected junctions in both Closed Area and Disconnected Area for a particular assessment valve.

  • Total Affected Demand - The total affected demand in both Closed Area and Disconnected Area for a particular assessment valve. Units for demand are defined in the Simulation Options.

  • No Service Junction Count - The total number of No Service Junctions outside of both Closed Area and Disconnected Area for a particular assessment valve. A No Service Junction is defined as a junction with a nodal pressure less than the specified No Water Pressure Threshold.

  • Total No Service Demand - The total demand of No Service Junctions outside of both Closed Area and Disconnected Area for a particular assessment valve. Units for demand are defined in the Simulation Options.

  • Low Pressure Junction Count - The total number of Low Pressure Junctions outside of both Closed Area and Disconnected Area for a particular assessment valve. A Low Pressure Junction is defined as a junction with a nodal pressure larger than the specified No Water Pressure Threshold and less than the specified Low Pressure Threshold.

  • Total Low Pressure Demand - The total demand of Low Pressure Junctions outside of both Closed Area and Disconnected Area for a particular assessment valve. Units for demand are defined in the Simulation Options.

  • High Pressure Junction Count - The total number of High Pressure Junctions outside of both Closed Area and Disconnected Area for a particular assessment valve. A High Pressure Junction is defined as a junction with a nodal pressure larger than the specified High Pressure Threshold.

  • Total High Pressure Demand - The total demand of High Pressure Junctions outside of both Closed Area and Disconnected Area for a particular assessment valve. Units for demand are defined in the Simulation Options.

  • Pressure Drop Junction Count - The total number of Pressure Drop Junctions in the assessment run for a particular assessment valve. Pressure Drop Junction is defined as a junction with pressure drop in the assessment run, compared to its pressure in the original model.

  • Maximum Pressure Drop - The maximum pressure drop within Pressure Drop Junctions in the assessment run for a particular assessment valve. Units for pressure are defined in the Simulation Options.

  • Pressure Increase Junction Count - The total number of Pressure Increase Junctions in the assessment run for a particular assessment valve. Pressure Increase Junction is defined as a junction with pressure increase in the assessment run, compared to its pressure in the original model.

  • Maximum Pressure Increase - The maximum pressure increase within Pressure Drop Junctions in the assessment run for a particular assessment valve. Units for pressure are defined in the Simulation Options.

Pipe Performance

Performance Reports – Pipe Performance

Pipe Performance shows a number of pipe parameters about the violation of assessment criteria in an assessment run.

  • Assessment ID - ID for an individual assessment valve.

  • Reverse Flow Pipe Count - The total number of Reverse Flow Pipes in the assessment run for a particular assessment valve. A Reverse Flow Pipe is defined as a pipe with flow reversal in the assessment run, compared to its flow in the original model.

  • Total Reverse Flow - The total flow within Reverse Flow Pipes in the assessment run for a particular assessment valve. Units for flow are defined in the Simulation Options.

  • High Velocity Pipe Count - The total number of High Velocity Pipes in the assessment run for a particular assessment valve. A High Velocity Pipe is defined as a pipe in the assessment run and with velocity larger than the specified Max. Velocity Threshold.

  • Maximum High Velocity - The maximum velocity within High Velocity Pipes in the assessment run for a particular assessment valve.