Calculation tools  for aquatic design

Considering that decisions related to the size and location of water feature components are usually made at a very early stages of project development, it is critical that these decisions are based on good understanding of fluid engineering science.

This section of our website provides a series of Aquatic Calculators allowing for quick checking of selected critical values that play important role in designing a water feature.

Flow requirements, rotation of of water in the pools, size of pipes required to transport water or relationship of pool size at the top and bottom of the waterfall are only few of the calculations that affects the design decisions.

We highly recommend that whoever makes the design decisions related to any aquatic related project, shall briefly discuss his ideas with an experienced  professional at the very early stages of the project. LASquare can quickly review conceptual drawing and provide very valuable insight that will ensure an aquatic projects becoming successful, practical and cost effective.

Practical insight for avoiding common mistakes in aquatic design

There are hundreds of water features installed in various urban and suburban developments, resorts, shopping malls, restaurants, hotels, etc. However many are not functioning properly; require high maintenance; waste precious water resources; have high operation cost or create some sort of nuisance for the owner or his neighbors. This gives bad reputation to water features that if were designed or constructed properly could become a great site asset.

LASquare has years of experience and professional expertise in consulting services for new and existing water related projects. Helping our clients solving problems in existing installations gave us opportunity to gain valuable experience and to provide design solutions that can improve existing designs. We know how to prevent an aquatic designs from becoming a part of this bad statistics.

In this section LASquare discuss a series of common mistakes and provides solutions that allow for solving or avoiding presented problems. Becoming familiar with these issues may guide designers who develop water related ideas, resulting in developing aquatic projects that are practical, cost effective and friendly to the environment.