Sewer asset management: from visual inspection survey to dysfunction indicators

  title={Sewer asset management: from visual inspection survey to dysfunction indicators},
  author={Mohamed I. M. Ibrahim and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Cherqui and Pascal Le Gauffre and Caty Werey},
Asset management is an increasing concern for wastewater utilities and companies. Criteria are developed for supporting the definition of investigation and rehabilitation programs. Dysfunction indicators contribute to the calculation of criteria, using expert rules. These indicators are mostly based on visual inspections, which provide major information. However, difficulties remain in the translation of visual inspection survey into dysfunction indicators. This article presents a… CONTINUE READING


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