water flow control Books

  • Planner’s Guide to Wetland Buffers for Local Governments Report

    The upland area surrounding a wetland – the wetland buffer – is essential to its health and survival. Healthy wetlands and buffer areas help to control flooding, protect water flows, conserve native plants and wildlife, and support nature-friendly land use and development. Local governments are often better situated than state and ...

  • Modeling and Control of Hydrosystems

    Since antiquity, humanity has used engineering techniques to manage the transport and distribution of its most important resource – fresh water. Population growth and climate change are making the good management of water resources ever more essential and this book focuses on advanced methods for the control of water flow in open-channel ...

  • Prevention and Control of Sewer System Overflows, MOP FD-17, 2nd Edition

    Prevention and Control of Sewer System Overflows, MOP FD-17, 2nd EditionFor many municipalities, finding a solution to combined sewer overflow (CSO) and sanitary sewer overflow (SSO) pollution is a formidable task. Variables, such as receiving water characteristics, effluent quality, flow rate variability, and treatment methods affect control ...

  • My SYSTEM: A Guide to Common Applications in Water Distribution Systems

    Whether you’re a seasoned water management pro or fresh on the scene, the job of overseeing a municipal water system comes with its fair share of questions, concerns and challenges. To help you navigate your system (literally), we’ve put together a guide of FAQs, helpful tips and manufacturer recommendations for common water ...

  • Modelling, Simulation and Control of Urban Wastewater Systems

    This book encourages and demonstrates an innovative approach to the design and operation of urban wastewater systems: integrated modelling and control. Consideration of sewer system, wastewater treatment plant and receiving water body as a single system (rather than as three moderately independent units as before) opens up new types of analyses ...

  • The Water of the Jordan Valley

    Natural saline water, waste water, and irrigation return flow endanger the groundwater aquifers in the Rift. In the long run this will ruin the socio-economic backbone of the settlements in the area. Sustainability of the water resources will only be achieved when the process of water replenishment and its underground flow is understood and water ...

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