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Project Neptune: Improved Operation of Water Distribution Networks
Water service providers (WSPs) in the UK have statutory obligations to supply drinking water to all customers that complies with increasingly stringent water quality egulations and minimum flow and pressure criteria. At ...
Optimal pump scheduling with pressure control aspects: case studies
(CRC Press/Balkema, 2009-09-01)
In this paper a method for combined energy and pressure management via integration of pump scheduling with pressure control aspects is described and applied to a medium scale water supply network. The method is based on ...
Combined Energy and Pressure Management in Water Distribution Systems
In this paper a method is proposed for combined energy and pressure management via integration and coordination of pump scheduling with pressure control aspects. The proposed solution involves: formulation of an optimisation ...
Bursts Identification in Water Distribution Systems
The leakage reduction problem as a whole is complex and requires co-ordinated actions in different areas of water network management, such as: direct detection and repair of existing bursts, general pipe rehabilitation ...
Pump schedules optimisation with pressure aspects in complex large-scale water distribution systems
(Copernicus Publications on behalf of the Delft University of Technology, 2014-06-16)
This paper considers optimisation of pump and valve schedules in complex large-scale water distribution networks (WDN), taking into account pressure aspects such as minimum service pressure and pressuredependent leakage. ...