Computer Modeling of Water Distribution, 2e (M32) / Edition 2

Computer Modeling of Water Distribution, 2e (M32) / Edition 2

by AWWA (American Water Works Association)
     
 

ISBN-10: 1583213457

ISBN-13: 9781583213452

Pub. Date: 02/15/2005

Publisher: American Water Works Association


Updated from the 1989 version, this manual presents the basics of computerized programs and processes for control and maintenance of a water distribution system. Discussed are operational functions that should be included, how systems should be designed and organized and what operators should be aware of to integrate new data into current systems.

Overview


Updated from the 1989 version, this manual presents the basics of computerized programs and processes for control and maintenance of a water distribution system. Discussed are operational functions that should be included, how systems should be designed and organized and what operators should be aware of to integrate new data into current systems.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781583213452
Publisher:
American Water Works Association
Publication date:
02/15/2005
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
125
Product dimensions:
8.20(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.50(d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction to Distribution System Modeling


Overview
Historical Development of Distribution System Modeling


Distribution System Modeling Applications
Hydraulic Models


Distribution System Modeling Within the Utility
Surveys


References

Chapter 2 Preparing the Model


Model Development Planning
Model Setup
Facilities Data


Demand Data
Operations Data

Chapter 3 Hydraulic Tests and Measurements
Planning Field Tests
Flow Measurements
Meter Tests
C-Factor Tests
Diurnal Demand Measurements


Pump Tests
Hydraulic Gradient Tests
Fire Flow Tests
Other Tests


Data Quality

Chapter 4 Steady State Simulation


Steady State Calibration
Selecting Limiting Conditions for Design Scenarios


Design Criteria as Analysis Considerations
Developing System Improvements


Continuing Use of the Model

Chapter 5 Extended Period Simulation
Input Data
EPS Model Setup
Case Study City of Fullerton, California

Chapter 6 Water Quality Modeling
Data Requirements
Field Measurements of Water Quality Parameters
Model Calibration
Case Study, North Marin Water District, California


Chapter 7 Advances and Trends in Network Modeling


Automatic Calibration

Tank Modeling
Optimal Control of Pumps in Water Distribution Systems

Appendix A Hydraulic and Water Quality Modeling of Distribution Systems: What are the Trends in the US and Canada?
Figure List

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