Water Management Challenges in Global Change
Proceedings of the 9th Computing and Control for the Water Industry (CCWI2007) and the Sustainable Urban Water Management (SUWM) conferences, Leicester, UK, 3-5 September 2007
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Water Management Challenges in Global Change contains the proceedings of the 9th Computing and Control for the Water Industry (CCWI2007) and the Sustainable Urban Water Management (SUWM2007) conferences. The rationale behind these conferences is to improve the management of urban water systems through the development of computerbased methods. Issues such as economic globalisation, climate changes and water shortages call for a new approach to water systems management, which addresses the relevant technical, social and economic aspects. This collection represents the views of academic and industrial experts from a number of countries, who provide technical solutions to current water management problems and present a vision for addressing the global questions. The themes underlying many of the contributions include energy and material savings, water savings and the integration of different aspects of water management.
The papers are grouped into three themes covering water distribution systems, sustainable urban water management and modelling of wastewater treatment
The water distribution topics cover asset and information management, planning, monitoring and control, hydraulic modelling of steady state and transients, water quality and treatment, demand and leakage management, optimisation, design and decision support systems, as well as reliability and security of water distribution systems. The sustainable urban water management topics include urban drainage systems, water reuse, social aspects of water management and also selected facets of water resources and irrigation. Computer control of wastewater treatment plants has been seen as less advanced than that of clean water systems. To address this imbalance, this book presents a number of modelling techniques developed specifically for these plants.
Water Management Challenges in Global Change will prove to be invaluable to water and environmental engineering researchers and academics; managers, engineers and planners; and postgraduate students.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 – Asset management
Chapter 2 – Planning, monitoring and control
Chapter 3 – Hydraulic modelling of steady state and transients
Chapter 4 – Water quality and treatment
Chapter 5 – Demand and leakage management
Chapter 6 – Optimisation, design and decision support systems
Chapter 7 – Wastewater treatment modelling
Chapter 8 – Urban drainage systems and irrigation
Chapter 9 – Sustainable and integrated urban water management
Chapter 10 – Water reuse
Chapter 11 – Social aspects of water management