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Assessment of the head dependent gradient method with reference to PRAAWDS

Siew, Calvin and Tanyimboh, Tiku (2009) Assessment of the head dependent gradient method with reference to PRAAWDS. In: Integrating Water Systems. CRC Press, Sheffield. ISBN 9780415548519

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A collection of articles by leading international experts on modeling and control of potable water distribution and sewerage collection systems, focusing on advances in sensors, instrumentation and communications technologies; assessment of sensor reliability, accuracy and fitness; data management including SCADA and GIS; systems modelling, optimisation and decision support; real time monitoring, modelling control and associated uncertainties; water quality, water and wastewater treatment modeling; demand forecasting, leakage and energy management; asset management and performance modeling; sustainable urban water management including flooding issues; security, reliability and resilience of water systems; likely impacts of climate change; Water scarcity and intermittent supply. Intended for water researchers in industry and academia