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Application of Management Reliability Index for Water Distribution System Assessment
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  • Journal title : Environmental Engineering Research
  • Volume 19, Issue 2,  2014, pp.117-122
  • Publisher : Korean Society of Environmental Engineering
  • DOI : 10.4491/eer.2014.19.2.117
 Title & Authors
Application of Management Reliability Index for Water Distribution System Assessment
Choi, Taeho; Lee, Sewan; Kim, Dooil; Kim, Mincheol; Koo, Jayong;
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 Abstract
Indexes of safety, restoration, damage impact, and management reliability were developed to assess reliability of drinking water distribution networks (DWDNs) management. The developed indexes were applied to evaluate the reliability of the pipeline management stage during unexpected mechanical and hydraulic accidents of components. The results were used to support the decision-making process in effective management and maintenance by enhancing the administrator's system understanding and by helping to create appropriate maintenance and management policies. The results of this study indicated that application of a management reliability index to assess DWDNs reliability may help create a more effective plan for establishing DWDNs management and maintenance.
 Keywords
Drinking water distribution network;Logistic regression analysis;Multiple regression analysis;Reliability;Water distribution systems;
 Language
English
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