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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> The most commonly used hydraulic network models used in the drinking water community exclusively consider fully filled pipes. However, water flow numerical simulation in urban pipe systems may require to model transitions between surface flow and pressurized flow in steady and transient situations. The governing equations for both flow types are different and this must be taken into account in order to get a complete numerical model for solving dynamicallydoi:10.5194/dwes-7-83-2014 fatcat:hhfnx5xsnvg3bjkj3hwz6pp6wa