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Water Distribution System Analysis Symposium 2006 - WDSA 2006 List of papers

In: Proceedings of WDSA 2006: Water Distribution System Analysis Symposium, Cincinnati (USA), August 27-30, 2006. Cincinnati, USA:

University of Cincinnati: ISBN: 978-0-7844-0941-1

Water Distribution System Analysis Symposium 2006 - WDSA 2006 List of papers

In: Proceedings of WDSA 2006: Water Distribution System Analysis Symposium, Cincinnati (USA), August 27-30, 2006. Cincinnati, USA:

University of Cincinnati: ISBN: 978-0-7844-0941-1

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A-1: History of water distribution systems analysis

Water distribution system analysis before digital computers

T. Walski

The history of water distribution network analysis: the computer age

L. Ormsbee

A quarter of a century of water quality modeling in distribution systems

W. Grayman

The evolution of optimizing water distribution system applications

K. Lansey

Panel discussion

T. Walski, L. Ormsbee, W. Grayman, K. Lansey

A-2: Applications of network models

Modern solutions to older water distribution systems

W. Kirkpatrick, J. Hurlburt

Midwestern system’s distribution water quality program

S. Smith, V. Monks, R. Song

Integrated hydraulic model and genetic algorithm optimization for informed analysis of a real water

system

C. Clark, Z. Wu

Fire flow analysis for optimal network improvement

W. de Schaetzen, D. Taylor, G. MacPherson, C. Naiduwa

A-3: Network Planning Studies

Development of a phased water master plan using optimization

V. Speight, R. Copeland

Detailed distribution system modeling for a regional water master plan

B. Seppie, L. Kjellgren, W. Grayman

Updating water master plan – how Phoenix projected water demands using GIS

A. Ahmed, S. Tax, T. Francis, W. Alsmadi, Z. Chowdhury

How emergency interconnection studies can improve reliability of service for water utilities

M. Riley, W. Grayman, K. Volock

Water Distribution System Analysis Symposium 2006 - WDSA 2006 List of papers

In: Proceedings of WDSA 2006: Water Distribution System Analysis Symposium, Cincinnati (USA), August 27-30, 2006. Cincinnati, USA:

University of Cincinnati: ISBN: 978-0-7844-0941-1

A-4: Stochastic Approaches to Network Problems

Fixture-level human exposure calculation model

W. Grayman, S. Buchberger

Probabilistic leak detection in pipe networks using the SCEM-UA algorithm

R. Puust, Z. Kapelan, D. Savić, T. Koppel

Stochastic demand generated unsteady flow in water distribution networks

V. Tzatchkov, V. Alcocer-Yamanaka, S. Buchberger

Using Monte-Carlo simulation to evaluate alternative water quality sampling plans

J. Uber, W. Grayman, V. Speight

A-5: Pipe replacement and rehabilitation – I

Development of a GIS based infrastructure replacement prioritization system; a case study

B. Pickard, A. Levine

Failure assessment model to prioritize pipe replacement in water utility asset management

P. Rogers, N. Grigg

Water pipes asset management: Evaluation of EU CARE-W

A. Vanrenterghem-Raven

Methodological approach for the rehabilitation of water distribution systems: case study

application based on the CARE-W system

H. Alegre, J. Marques, A. Pina, S. Coelho

A-6: Pipe replacement and rehabilitation – II

External effects of pipe bursts

R. Beuken, L. Konings, K. Poortema, E. Blokker

Application of a technical performance assessment tool to support water distribution systems

rehabilitation

P. Duarte, H. Alegre, J. Marques, J. Monteiro

Rehabilitation, repairing and leakage detection optimization in water distribution systems

S. Alvisi, M. Franchini

Statistical analysis of water main failures in the distribution network of an Italian municipality

M. Cannarozzo, A. Criminisi, M. Gagliardi, M. Rosario Mazzola

A-7: Asset Management

Substandard supply minutes in the Netherlands

E. Blokker

Water Distribution System Analysis Symposium 2006 - WDSA 2006 List of papers

University of Cincinnati: ISBN: 978-0-7844-0941-1

Probability failure analysis due to internal corrosion in cast iron pipes

H. Yamini, B. Lence

Water distribution systems evaluating method based on value engineering: case study

C. Li, S. Liu

Water infrastructure asset management: a methodology to define investment prioritization

H. Alegre, D. Covas, A. Jorge Monteiro, P. Duarte

A-8: Valve failure and criticality

Effect of valve failures on network reliability

E. Trietsch, G. Mesman

Using criticality analysis to identify the impact of valve location

T. Walski, J. Weiler, T. Culver

Valve criticality modeling

R. Casey, P. Boulos, C. Orr, C. Bros

Communicating with hydraulic models

R. Ray, P. Hauffen

B-1: Water Loss Management and Control

Applying worldwide best management practices in water loss control

S. Bowns

Pressure-leakage relationships in urban water distribution systems

F. Garzon-Contreras, J. Thornton

Bottom-up analysis for assessing water losses: a case study

D. Covas, A. Jacob, H. Ramos

The minimum night flow method revisited

V. Garcia, E. Cabrera, E. Cabrera, Jr

B-2: Intermittent and pressure dependent demands

An evaluation of the robustness of the sample UK water distribution system configurations to

operational stresses

M. Hayuti, D. Naga, Y. Zhang, R. Burrows

Modelling intermittent water supply systems with EPANET

P. Ingeduld, A. Pradhan, Z. Svitak, A. Terrai

Slow transient pressure driven modeling in water distribution networks

O. Piller, M. Propato

Water Distribution System Analysis Symposium 2006 - WDSA 2006 List of papers

University of Cincinnati: ISBN: 978-0-7844-0941-1

Efficient pressure dependent demand model for large water distribution systems analysis

Z. Wu, R. Wang, T. Walski, S. Yang, D. Bowdler, C. Baggett

B-3: Water demands – I: stochastic models

Combining the probabilistic demand model SIMDEUM with a network model

E. Blokker J.Vreeburg, A. Vogelaar

Water demand models for a small number of users

G. de Marinis, R. Gargano, C. Tricarico

Effect of time step and data aggregation on cross correlation of residential demands

L. Moughton, S. Buchberger, D. Boccelli, Y. Filion, B. Karney

Cross correlation analysis of residential demand in the city of Milford, Ohio

Y. Filion, B. Karney, L. Moughton, S. Buchberger, B. Adams

B-4: Water demands – II: domestic use across the globe

Profiling residential water consumption

D. Loureiro, S. Coelho, P. Machado, A. Santos, H. Alegre, D. Covas

Analysis of household water demand patterns by meters recording

J. Kim, D. Lee, N. Jung

An evaluation of domestic and non-domestic water consumption in South Africa

H. Van Zyl, A. Ilemobade, J. Van Zyl

Modelling the greater Athens water distribution network for demands associated with the 2004

Olympic Games

G. Germanopoulos, M. Matsouki

B-5: Water demands – III: forecasting

Water demand analysis in urban region by neural network models

N-B. Chang, A. Makkeasorn

Short-term water demand forecasting: a case study

J. Zhang, R. Song, N. Bhaskar, M. French

Water distribution systems demand forecasting with pattern recognition

G. Greenaway, R. Guanlao, N. Bayda, Q. Zhang

Instantaneous water demand parameter estimation from coarse meter readings

V. Alcocer-Yamanaka, V. Tzatchkov, S. Buchberger

Water Distribution System Analysis Symposium 2006 - WDSA 2006 List of papers

University of Cincinnati: ISBN: 978-0-7844-0941-1

B-6: Hydraulic transients – I: leak detection

Implementation of hydraulic transient and steady oscillatory flow with genetic algorithms for leakage

detection in real water distribution networks

J. Saldarriaga, D. Fuentes, L. Galvis

An analytical solution for the transients in a pipeline with a variable boundary condition: leak detection

in pipe networks using the coded transients

X-J Wang, A. Simpson, M. Lambert

Laplace-domain comparison of linear models of a reservoir-pipe-valve system with a leak

A. Zecchin, M. Lambert, A. Simpson, L. White

Transient-based periodical pipeline leak diagnosis

D. Misiunas, M. Lambert, A. Simpson

B-7: Hydraulic transients – II: modeling

Assessing the degree of unsteadiness in flow modeling: from physics to numerical solution

B. Karney,