Using the WCM for transient modeling of water distribution networks

@inproceedings{Ramalingam2009UsingTW,
  title={Using the WCM for transient modeling of water distribution networks},
  author={Dhandayudhapani Ramalingam and Srinivasa Lingireddy and Don J. Wood},
  year={2009}
}
Recent water quality studies have emphasized the need for transient analysis of large pipe networks to properly assess the potential level of intrusion associated with negative pressure and the resulting effect on disinfectant residual efficiency. Transient analysis is computationally demanding even for simple pipe systems, and the computational effort for large pipe networks can be substantially high. Moreover, computational effort and accuracy of solution are interdependent. Therefore… CONTINUE READING

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