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I always found computer programmes useful for designing gravity schemes. However the success of any scheme relied finally on a understanding how the scheme would work (or not) in practice including how to avoid airlocks and how to accommodate peak flows at taps. Good detailing was also very important. A programme might help with the science but not necessarily the art!