Solves for any number of pipes, nodes and pumps. Uses matrix algebra combined with
the NewtonRaphson method for quick, accurate convergence.
Drag and Drop Network components onto the screen for quick and easy network creation.
Add individual fittings to pipes using the fitting database or enter an estimate
of the total K value.
Calculate Fitting Losses using the standard K value method
or the Kf method which compensates for fluid viscosity and turbulence.
Comprehensive Databases for Pipes, Liquids, Slurries, Gasses
and Pumps.
Setup individual Fluids and properties in each pipe  Model real world process flows
with different fluids in the same network.
Model what if scenarios  close off certain pipes and view the effects on the network.
Display the Network Calculation Results such as Pipe Flows, Velocity, Head Loss,
Node Pressure and many others on the Network Diagram.
Network Reports Display and Print the Network Pipe and Node Data and Calculation
Results in compact Tabular Form.
Export the Results to Spreadsheets like MS Excel �
Click on a Pipe to View the System Curve with the Network Duty Point shown.
Perform Complex Orifice Plate Calculations automatically merely by adding
an Orifice to a Pipe.

Add an Orifice plate to any pipe, or specify a fixed pressure
drop.

Include Networks with unknown pressure nodes and unknown
flow nodes or any combination of the two.
Model networks containing any number of pumps, reservoirs
and spray nozzles and other components.
Build a Model to simulate almost any Process Flow condition
including pipes, fittings, valves, pumps, orifice plates, vessels, sprinklers, nozzles,
columns, flow and pressure control valves.
Model any number of pipes, junctions,
pumps, vessels, sprinklers, nozzles, tanks, intakes, and outlets as you like in
one network.
Add individual fittings to each pipe
or enter a global K value or Kf value for a quick estimate of fitting losses.
You can have different fluids in the
same network. For example, you may have a concentrated slurry in one pipe flowing
into a junction with a water pipe (or pipes) and dilute slurry flowing through the
network from that point onwards.
Pipe capital vs. operating
costs are calculated to assist you to make decisions on the most economical
pipe size for an application.
Use any Engineering units you require
 it is easy to add your own units, or select Metric, SI or English units supplied
with the program.
The program is supplied with Sample
files and online Help to get you started quickly and easily.
See the Sample CAD DXF file generated by DeltaQ
Helix deltaQ CAD Drawing Sample PDF