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H2OFate predicts the fate and transport of chemical, biological and radiological agents, contaminants (including disinfection byproducts and pharmaceutical compounds) in drinking water distribution systems.  Such contaminants may enter the network either through accidents or intentional releases.  H2OFate includes models for the reactions of contaminants and residual disinfectant with each other (in bulk water and at the pipe wall) and their adhesion/reactions with the pipe walls. 

H2OFate’s contaminant list includes the following categories:

Currently H2OFate has over 40 contaminants.  The generic nature of the software enables addition of new contaminants to the list.  Potential applications of the H2OFate software developed here are outlined below:

Sample Output

Hazard contours for a 3-hour release of a contaminant into a drinking water distribution network at a given node.  Green, blue and red indicate low, medium and high

60 minutes after the start of release

240 minutes after the start of release

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