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Application of the Determination Method of Monitoring Location in Real Water Distribution System
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 Title & Authors
Application of the Determination Method of Monitoring Location in Real Water Distribution System
Park, Yong-Gyun; Jung, Sung-Gyun; Kwon, Hyuk-Jae;
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 Abstract
In this study, determination methods of monitoring location in water distribution system were suggested and applied to real test bed. Small block of Gwangtan water distribution system is consisted of 582 pipes, 564 junctions, 1 reservoir, and 1 pump station. Small block of Ho Chi Minh water distribution system is consisted of 162 pipes, 148 junctions, and 1 reservoir. Two small block water distribution systems were analyzed by pressure contribution analysis method to determine the optimum monitoring locations. The pressure change was estimated at each junctions by the additional demand at a junction. From the results, the optimum monitoring location can be determined by rank of pressure contribution index at each junctions due to demand change at a junction.
 Keywords
Monitoring location;Pressure contribution analysis;Test bed;Water distribution system;
 Language
Korean
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