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Using Artificial Neural Network to Assess Chlorine in Supply Systems

Artificial Neural Network Models to Assess Water Quality in Water Distribution Networks

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (12.08.2015 )

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ISBN-13:

978-3-659-76886-6

ISBN-10:
3659768863
EAN:
9783659768866
Könyv nyelve:
angol
Ismertető:
A water distribution system (WDS) is based in a network of interconnected hydraulic components to transport the water directly to the customers. Water must be treated in a Water Treatment Plant (WTP) to provide safe drinking water to consumers, free from pathogenic and other undesirable organisms. The disinfection is an important aspect in achieving safe drinking water and preventing the spread of waterborne diseases. Chlorine is the most commonly used disinfectant in conventional water treatment processes because of its low cost, its capacity to deactivate bacteria, and because it ensures residual concentrations in WDS to prevent microbiological contamination. Chlorine is measured at the output of the WTP and also in several considered points within the WDS to control the water quality in the system. Simulation and modeling methods help to predict in an effective way the chlorine concentration in the WDS. The purpose of the book is to assess chlorine concentration in some strategic points within the WDS by using the historical measured data of some water quality parameters that influence chlorine.
Kiadó:
LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Weboldal:
https://www.lap-publishing.com/
Szerezte:
Gustavo Andres Cuesta Cordoba
Oldalszám:
148
Kiadja:
12.08.2015
Raktárkészlet:
Raktáron
Kategória:
Egyéb
Ár:
44,90 €
Kulcsszavak:
artificial neural networks, Monte Carlo method, Water Distribution Systems, Chlorine decay

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