dynamic pipe bursting Articles

  • Heuristic burst detection method using flow and pressure measurements

    Pipe bursts in a drinking water distribution system lead to water losses, interruption of supply, and damage to streets and houses due to the uncontrolled water flow. To minimize the negative consequences of pipe bursts, an early detection is necessary. This paper describes a heuristic burst detection method, which continuously compares measured and expected values of water demands and ...

    By IWA Publishing

  • Ten Good Reasons To Build Dynamic Models

    Over the last ten years computer technology and network modelling software have developed beyond all recognition, providing the necessary hardware and software tools to assist water distribution engineers in their design and planning work utilising fully dynamic all-mains models. However, many water supply companies still make important decisions based on static models that represent an arbitrary ...

    By Innovyze

  • Integrating GIS and Hydraulic Modelling in Urban and Rural Applications

    Overview In the UK, numerical Hydraulic Modelling of the urban environment, water networks and rivers plays a vital role in providing the UK Water Industry with solutions for protecting the environment, meeting UK Government and European Regulations, meeting OPEX and CAPEX business targets, and improving the efficiency of Water Companies in managing their assets. Similarly, the UK water ...

    By Innovyze

  • Improving Service Levels and Reducing Costs - The Business Case for Network Modelling

    Not everyone in the Water Industry is convinced about the benefits of Network Modelling, believing that the investment required cannot be justified. Dan Stevens, Senior Support Engineer for Water Supply Software at Wallingford Software discusses the Business Case for Network Model based System Management, dispelling some of the myths surrounding this subject. Some of the common misconceptions ...

    By Innovyze

  • Tamworth City wastewater reuse project case study

    Lindsay Pivots and Pumps Provide for City’s Wastewater Needs Summary How do you successfully complete one of the largest wastewater treatment projects of its kind in Australia? With a full arsenal of Lindsay products, including pivots, pumps and remote telemetry. With the city’s population expected to grow to nearly 50,000 by 2020, the ...

    By Lindsay Corporation

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