The National Center for Infrastructure Modeling and Management (NCIMM) is a team comprised of the University of Texas, the United States Environmental Protection Agency, Brigham Young University, Texas A&M University, Texas Tech University, and the Urban Water Resources Institute. The three-tier partnership (Government Agency, University Consortium, and Private Corporation) is dedicated to the preservation and advancement of modeling tools for infrastructure analysis and management, training on the use of those tools, and expansion of the tools to incorporate changes in the computational environment and end user needs.
The mission is being accomplished by a balance of Outreach, Research, Code Development, and Administration.
The link below will take you the "NCIMM-TTU" home page on THIS server!
EPANET Link to Download Section of EPA website.
EPANET Official Source Code Repository Link to a Source Code Repository on GitHub maintained and administered by US EPA
Command line builds to generate a load module named epanet2.exe are conducted on various platforms and are available by taking the link below. The builds are categorized by architecture (most are Intel, there is one macOS/PowerPC build) and platform (WindowsPC,macOS,Linux).
The source codes are ALL derived from the Official US EPA distribution. The macOS and Linux builds used subtle changes in the source code (in particular the path to the file "malloc"),
GUI builds to generate a load module named epanet2w.exe, and epanet2.dll (both need to exist) are conducted on various platforms and are available by taking the link below. The builds are categorized by platform (WindowsPC,macOS,Linux).
The macOS distributions is a container (WineBottle) build using WINE.
The Linux distribution is actually a set of instructions to install Wine and EPANET to run in Linux.
Builds to generate either Command Line and/or GUI varaints of EPANET using source codes derived from sources OTHER than the official distribution are located here. Any builds here represent NCIMM implementation of open source developments and other than housing a functioning binary, users are referred to the original development links (they will be in the ReadMeNCIMM.txt file).
These builds are distributed purely as NCIMM experiments. The ability to build from source is vital and these experiments demonstrate a necessary ability to support the EPANET legacy.
EWRI-2018 Workshop Files used in the 2018 EWRI Workshop "Introduction to EPANET" presented by W. Grayman and A. Strasser. The repository contains the two lectures as PDF files. The hands-on portions include the Backdrop and .NET file used in the steady state hands-on component. The .NET file is included for the Extended Period Simulation (EPS) example. The .tar file is the entire directory compressed into a single file.