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Operation and maintenance of systems
The proper operation of urban water distribution systems is a concern for three reasons: first of all it is needed so as to guarantee that the users get service quality standards proper to a modern country; secondly because only with proper operation can such a valuable resource as water be managed; finally because it considerably affects the power consumption of the systems.
Person responsible for this line: Enrique Cabrera Marcet
|Calculating the optimum level of apparent losses due to meter inaccuracies ©||4.67 MB|
|BOE 27_05_2009 Sistemas para el control de los volúmenes de agua en los aprovechamientos del dominio público hidráulico||565KB|
|Tools for improving decision making in water meter Management (2009) ©||1.14 MB|
|The use of air valves as protection devices in pressure hydraulic transients ©||476KB|
|Hydraulic transients generated by bursts in a great length pipeline and study of its protection system using air valves and automatic valves ©||326KB|
Presentaciones Curso Rehabilitación y Renovación de redes de Agua (Junio 2009)