Unesco-IHE Lecture Note Series
1. Auflage 2006,
528 Seiten, Gebunden, Format (B × H): 174 mm x 246 mm, Gewicht: 1179 g
Reihe: IHE Delft Lecture Note Series
Verlag: CRC Press
Trifunovic Introduction to Urban Water Distribution
Weitere Infos & Material
Preface, Learning Method,
1. Water Transport and Distribution Systems; Introduction, Definitions & objectives: Transport and distribution; Piping; Storage; Pumping; Types of distribution schemes; Network configurations.
2. Water Demand:Terminology; Consumption categories: Domestic consumption; Non-domestic consumption; Water demand patterns: Instantaneous demand; Diurnal patterns; Periodic variations; Demand calculation; Demand forecasting; Demand frequency distribution.
3. Steady Flows in Pressurised Networks: Main concepts & definitions: Conservation laws; Energy & hydraulic grade lines; Hydraulic losses: Friction losses; Minor losses; Single pipe calculation: Pipe pressure; Maximum pipe capacity: Required diameter: Pipe charts & tables; Equivalent diameters; Serial & branched networks: Supply at one point; Supply at several points; Looped networks: Hardy Cross Methods; Linear theory; Pressure related demand; Hydraulics of storage & pumps: System characteristics; Gravity systems; Pumped systems: Combined systems.
4. The Design of Water Transport and Distribution Systems: The planning phase: the design period; Economic aspects; Hydraulic design: Design criteria; Basic design principles; Storage design; Pumping station design; Computer models as design tools: Input data collection; Network schematisation; Model building; Nodal demands; Model testing: Problem analysis; Hydraulic design of small pipes: Equivalence Method; Statistical methods; Engineering design: Pipe materials; Joints; Fittings; Valves; Water meters; Fire hydrants; Service connections; Indoor installations; Design of storage and pumping stations; Standardisation & Quality Assessment.
5. Network Construction: Site preparation: Excavation; Trench dewatering; Pipe laying; Laying in trenches; Casings; Laying above ground; Pipe jointing: Flanged joints; Gland joints; ‘Push-in’ joints; Anchorages & supports; Backfilling; Testing & disinfection.
6. Operation and Maintenance: Network operation: Monitoring; Network reliability; Unaccounted-for water & leakage; Corrosion; Network maintenance: Planning of maintenance; Pipe cleaning; Animal disinfection; Pipe repairs; Organisation of water company: Tasks; Mapping; Structure & size; example.
Appendices: 1. Workshop Problems: Water demand; Single pipe calculation; Branched systems; Looped systems; Hydraulics of storage & pumps. 2. Design Exercise: Case introduction: Safi town; Questions; Hydraulic design; System operation; Final layouts; Alternative A; Direct pumping; Alternative B - Pumping & balancing storage; Phased development; Cost analyses; Summary & conclusions.3. Minor Loss Factors: Bends & elbows; Enlargements & reducers; Branches; Inlets & outlets; Flow meters; Valves; 4. Hydraulic Tables, D = 50 -1600mm, S = 0.0005 – 0.02; k = 0.01, 0.05, 0.1, 0.5, 1 & 5 mm at T = 10º C;k = 0.01, 0.05, 0.1, 0.5, 1 & 5 mm at T = 20º C.5. Spreadsheet Hydraulic Lessons: Overview: Single pipe calculation; Pipes in parallel & series; Branched network layouts; Looped network layouts; Gravity supply; Pumped supply; Combined supply; Water demand. 6. EPANET Instructions for use; Installation;Using the programme; Input data; Viewing results; Error & warning messages; Troubleshooting results.
7. Unit Conversion Table; References; Index.