Distribution network elements

T. Tanyimboh, M. Key

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Abstract

This book is a basic introduction to water distribution systems, including definition of its common elements, modelling theory, basic planning, operational and management issues, as well as some advanced topics including leakage management, optimal design, asset planning and management, etc. Each chapter is written from both the academic and industrial points of view and cover the basic topics on water distribution networks – a uniquely useful book – applicable across the sectors. Water Distribution Systems will satisfy the needs of postgraduates and early-stage practitioners, training to become water industry practitioners.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationWater Distribution Systems
Subtitle of host publicationWater and Coast Engineering
EditorsDragan Savic, John Banyard
Place of PublicationExeter
Pages111-143
Number of pages32
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 12 Jan 2011

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Tanyimboh, T., & Key, M. (2011). Distribution network elements. In D. Savic, & J. Banyard (Eds.), Water Distribution Systems: Water and Coast Engineering (pp. 111-143). Exeter. https://doi.org/10.1680/wds.41127.11
Tanyimboh, T. ; Key, M. / Distribution network elements. Water Distribution Systems: Water and Coast Engineering. editor / Dragan Savic ; John Banyard. Exeter, 2011. pp. 111-143
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