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by Kala Fleming,Joseph G. Dugandzik,Mark LeChavellier,Richard Gullick

Author: Kala Fleming,Joseph G. Dugandzik,Mark LeChavellier,Richard Gullick
Subcategory: Engineering
Language: English
Publisher: American Water Works Research Foundation (May 21, 2007)
Pages: 140 pages
Category: Engineering and Transport
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Low or negative pressure transients (also called surge or water hammer) create temporary opportunities for external chemical and microbial . Potential Impacts of Low or Negative Pressures in the Distribution System.

Low or negative pressure transients (also called surge or water hammer) create temporary opportunities for external chemical and microbial contaminants at higher pressure to enter the water distribution system, creating potential health hazard and potential weakening of distribution pipes, leading to failure.

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Susceptibility of distribution systems to negative pressure transients. KK Fleming, JG Dugandzik, M Lechavellier. K Fleming, J Dugandzic, M Lechevallier, R Gullick. Water Distribution Systems Analysis Symposium 2006, 1-20, 2008. American Water Works Association, 2006. Managing distribution system low transient pressures for water quality. MW LeChevallier, M Xu, J Yang, P Teunis, KK Fleming. Evaluating nitrification and nitrification control in chloraminated drinking water distribution systems. The University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2004.

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Pressure transient Pressure monitoring Water supply systems Pipe failure. Fleming KK, Dugandzik JP, LeChavellier MW, Gullick RW (2006) Susceptibility of distribution systems to negative pressure transients. Friedman M et al. (2004) Verification and control of pressure transients and intrusion in distribution systems.

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Fleming, . dugandzik, j. lechavellier, M. & gullick, r. 2006. Susceptibility of distribution systems to negative pressure transients, American Water Works Association. Verification and control of pressure transients and intrusion in distribution systems. Friedman, . radder, . harrison, . howie, . britton, . boyd, . wang, . gullick, . lechevallier, M. & wood, D. 2004.

Occurrence of transient low and negative pressures IN DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS. Susceptibility of Potable Water Distribution Systems to Negative Pressure Transients. Transient Modeling of a Full-Scale Distribution System: Comparison with Field Data. K. Fleming, J. G. Dugandzik, M. LeChavellier, R. Gullick. Wavelets for the Analysis of Transient Pressure Signals for Leak Detection. Marco Ferrante, Bruno Brunone, Silvia Meniconi. Pipeline Break Detection Using Pressure Transient Monitoring. Dalius Misiūnas, John P. Vítkovský, Gustaf Olsson, Angus R. Simpson, Martin F. Lambert. AWWARF Report 91001F. M. Friedman, L. Radder, +8 authors J. Funk.

Low or negative pressure transients (also called surge or water hammer) create temporary opportunities for external chemical and microbial contaminants at higher pressure to enter the water distribution system, creating potential health hazard and potential weakening of distribution pipes, leading to failure. This study investigates how such events as power outages, pump shutdowns, valve operations, main flushing, firefighting, and main breaks can create significant rapid, temporary drops in system pressure. The report offers useful recommendations for using surge models to optimally locate pressure monitors and to minimize the occurrence and impact from low- and negative-pressure transients.