Kraków Waterworks, Poland
Marcin Glixelli, a graduate of Cracow University of Technology, Faculty of Environmental Engineering, leads a modelling team in Kraków Waterworks. Having many years of experience in water management, ranging from development to designing, he aptly implements various solutions connected with hydrodynamic modelling of water and sewerage systems in the city of Cracow. Every day his team deals with a number of issues connected with optimising operation of the whole system, interceptor flow rates, the operation of stormwater overflows and receiving stormwater in new catchments. The team has recently created an application for Designers and coworkers of Kraków Waterworks, which unifies the method of calculating live volume of retention basins and dewatering systems, which in consequence, improves the process of performance and approval of design documentation.
Currently, the modeling department at MPWiK S.A. Kraków participates in the construction of the most modern modeling system for water supply and sewage networks in Poland correlated with over 300 measurement points. It is also responsible for creating a real – time – on – line system for water supply and sewage networks with the option of reading fills, flows, and pressures in real time along with the possibility of predicting incoming weather events or changing the work parameters of objects on the network.