A suitable model of combined effects of temperature and initial condition on chlorine bulk decay in water distribution systems.

@article{Fisher2012ASM,
  title={A suitable model of combined effects of temperature and initial condition on chlorine bulk decay in water distribution systems.},
  author={Ian Alexander Fisher and George Kastl and Arumugam Sathasivan},
  journal={Water research},
  year={2012},
  volume={46 10},
  pages={
          3293-303
        }
}
Maintaining a chlorine residual is a major disinfection goal in many water distribution systems. A suitable general model of chlorine decay in the transported bulk water is an essential component for efficiently modelling chlorine concentration in distribution systems. The two-reactant model meets basic suitability criteria, including accurate prediction of chlorine residual over hundreds of hours, commencing with chlorine concentration 0-4 mg/L. This model was augmented with an equation that… CONTINUE READING
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