Network Management

Goal oriented, efficient use of materials, material streams and energy.

Network Management

A sustainable urban water supply network covers all the activities related to provision of potable water. Sustainable development is of increasing importance for the water supply to urban areas. Incorporating innovative water technologies into water supply systems improves water supply from sustainable perspectives. The development of innovative water technologies provides flexibility to the water supply system, generating a fundamental and effective means of sustainability based on an integrated real options approach.

The price of water is increasing, so less water must be wasted and actions must be taken to prevent pipeline leakage. Shutting down the supply service to fix leaks is less and less tolerated by consumers. A sustainable water supply network must monitor the freshwater consumption rate and the waste-water generation rate.

SCADA & RTU

SCADA Systems Layout

SCADA System which consists of a number of remote terminal units (or RTUs) collecting field data connected back to a master station via a communications system

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Data Logger

Data Logger

Another type of leak logger is permanent or semi-permanent. These loggers can be installed in quantities of a few or even thousands in valve boxes and left for a week or two survey and monitor an area, or on a permanent basis throughout the distribution system.

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Pressure Control

Pressure Control

Pressure control is the simplest and most immediate method of saving water and reducing leakage.

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Flowmeter

Flowmeter

A flow meter is a device used to measure the volume or mass of a gas or liquid.

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Chlorine Analyzer

Athenea

Athenea is an autonomous chlorine analyser for the Water Distribution network.

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Step Tester

Step Tester

A radio based system which gives the operator immediate notification of flow change.

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