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Analysis and design of hydraulic systems
In order to get reliable results from the mathematical models for simulation of distribution networks this requires a constant adjustment of the most uncertain parameters. The ITA has been working in this approach, improving the techniques enabling distribution of the loads (consumptions) from the nodes of the model, both as regards volumes registered and not registered.
Person responsible for this line: Jorge García-Serra García
|Las ventosas como sistema de protección en el arranque de bombas de pozo ©||327KB|
|Hydraulic transients generated by bursts in a great length pipeline and study of its protection system using air valves and automatic valves ©||326KB|
|Using multivariate principal component analysis to detect anomalous behaviours in a water supply system (2003) ©||207KB|