isolation trace

An isolation trace is a trace that is used to determine the minimum set of operable assets (point and line features) required to stop a utility network's resource from traveling / flowing, effectively isolating an area of the network. For instance, when a leak occurs on a water network, particular valves must be closed to eliminate water flow at the leak location. This prevents damage and allows field crews to safely start the repair process.

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