Modeling Water Quality in Distribution Systems

This comprehensive text discusses the use of water quality models and their potential for enhancing and understanding the factors that affect water quality in distributed water. Covers current research, including the development of the USEPA's EPANET, and discusses its application to case studies. 2nd Edition, 2012, 432 pages, Hardback.

  • Outlines the major elements involved in water quality modeling
  • Discusses the development and application of water quality models
  • Presents the results of applying these models, development of storage tank models, and the effects of these tanks on distribution system water quality
 
CHAPTER TOPICS
  • Distribution system water quality
  • Modeling distribution systems
  • Hydraulic analysis
  • Water quality models
  • Initial modeling studies
  • Modeling total trihalomethanes and chlorine decay
  • Applying water quality models
  • Modeling waterborne disease outbreaks
  • Modeling the effects of tanks and storage
  • Getting started in modeling
 

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