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Pioneering Developers of Pipe Network Analysis Technology

Pipe2012

KYPipe has been developing pipe network analysis software for over 40 years. The sophisticated analysis algorithms used to analyze Steady State, Surge, Gas and Steam systems have been perfected by our leading experts in this field. One common user interface (Pipe2006 / Pipe2008 / Pipe2010 / Pipe2012) links all these calculation models. Our Pipe2000 suite of hydraulic analysis software, water hammer or transient analysis software, and compressible gas analysis software is an international industry standard. Pipe2000 also includes unique capabilities to model facility's piping systems.  Civil Engineering professors Dr. Don J. Wood and Dr. Srini Lingireddy developed the Pipe2012 generation using input from users like you. We make every effort to incorporate user suggestions and requests. We welcome your continued input into the software development process. 

Technical support for our software is free. Drs. Wood and Lingireddy are also part of a team of experts who make up the Pipe2000 Technical Support team. Unlike many of our competitors, technical support for our users is provided at no additional cost. You may contact any one of a number of software developers and engineers with your questions about using the Pipe2000 suite of models. 

For your convenience, in addition to our U.S. based offices, we have representatives and distributors worldwide in India, ChinaKorea, Middle-East, Egypt, South America, Taiwan, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand, Russia, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, and Europe.  Download a fully-functional demo program.

Pipe2012

Pipe2014: KYGIS

Mapping & Record Keeping for Small Water Utilities

Create a great map that can be quickly updated and maintain all types of records for your water utility.

Journal of Applied Fluid Transients (JAFT)

A new online journal for Hydraulic Engineers, Journal of Applied Fluid Transients.

The mission is to provide a platform for rapid dissemination of ideas and research findings associated with the application of modeling tools for solving complex and real-world pipeline transient problems.

Dr. Lingireddy to Lecture at the World Environmental & Water Resourses Congress

 

WORLD ENVIRONMENTAL & WATER RESOURCES CONGRESS:

"Water Without Borders"

Lecture: Effective Surge Protection – Going Beyond Modeling Tools

Dr. Don J. Wood Receives Civil Engineering Career Achievement Award

Dr. Don J. Wood was awarded the Civil Engineering Career Achievement Award from the University of Kentucky College of Engineering. This award is one of the highest honors the university bestows on its faculty.

Using Control Valves for Surge Protection

Suppose you need to shut down the flow in a pipeline in a specified period of time. This action will always cause a pressure surge related to the deceleration of the fluid in the pipeline. The type of valve you use and how it is operated can have a very significant effect on the magnitude of the pressure surge and can provide protection against the development of an excessive pressure surge.

Pipe2012: TranSurge for Long Transmission Main Models

Pipe2012: TranSurge, for transient modeling of transmission mains. This product is a culmination of decades of real-world modeling experience of the software developers embedded into a brand new ultra-simplified version of Pipe2012 graphical interface specifically geared towards transmission main modeling. This exceptionally streamlined version of Pipe2012: Surge software is expected to drastically reduce time and effort needed for building flawless transmission main models and designing efficient surge protection systems.

KYPipe Around the World

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