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As a result, steady state simulations do not allow you to see the big picture of what may, or may not, be occurring in a distribution system. For example, tanks cycling, water age, energy consumption, etc.   While a steady state simulation does not provide this information, for some water systems (particularly closed systems with non-fluctuating demand), a steady state simulation is more than adequate.

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An extended period simulation (EPS) is any modeling run that evaluates system hydraulics for a duration greater than a single hydraulic timestep (steady state).   You are provided with many tools in InfoWater Pro that allow customization of an EPS simulation.

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