KYPIPE. New version 2022

Pipe 2022 New Feature Overview

Scenario Management Feature

Improved Demand Pattern Editor

Improved Elevation Interpolation/Elevation Point Import

Easy previous results representation

Improved Fix Crisscross. CAD, GIS, EPANET

Easy selection of nodes for pressure profiles representations

New options for presentation of labels and graphs




Scenario Management Feature

Allows the user to view, edit and analyze multiple scenarios in the Map View

Scenario Management Feature

The Main Scenario and a Comparison Scenario are displayed simultaneously

Scenario Management Feature

Tables showing the Main Scenario and two Comparison Scenarios








































Demand Pattern Editor

Ability to add user‑defined row and column headers

Improved Fix Crisscross

The Improved Fix Crisscross Feature provides users powerful editing tools to address the most common post-import file errors

Pressure profiles

Easy node selection for pressure profile path





















Internet. New background maps

4 new internet map styles are now available from Mapbox. Options include Satellite, Street Satellite, Light, Dark, and Blueprint, as well as three custom map types offered by KYPipe.

Improved Elevation Interpolation/Elevation Point Import

Elevation data is imported from a tab-delimited text file

Improved Elevation Interpolation/Elevation Point Import

This feature allows users to update all node elevations, or only elevations for nodes within a user-defined proximity to survey points

















Left-Hand tool bar

More workspace and many more innovations that make it easier to manage models

Scenario Management Feature

Allows the user to view, edit and analyze multiple scenarios in the Table View.

Nodes/pipes group management

Add/Remove Pipes or Nodes From a Group With the Check Box in the Node or Pipe Info Window

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