Modeling Water Quality in Distribution SystemseBook - 2011
Water quality modeling is a powerful tool to help in understanding the processes and factors that influence water quality in potable water distribution systems. This book will help you set up a realistic mathematical simulation of your distribution system and your water quality to let you determine the fate of contaminants as they travel through the distribution system. You¿ll see how to model a wide range of operational and design variables. Experiment with various scenarios to model and monitor TTHMs, disinfectant decay, chemical reactions, supply-and-demand over time, hydraulics, tank mixing, blended waters, and many other parameters. Whether you are new to water quality modeling or a long-time practitioner, you¿ll find a vast wealth of knowledge from an esteemed expert in the field and pioneering developer of EPANET, author Robert M. Clark.
Publisher: Denver, Colo. : American Water Works Association, 2011.
Edition: 2nd ed.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xxv, 400 pages), 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, (some color), maps, (some color)