Water distribution system design considering component failure during static conditions

M. J. Cullinane, Kevin E Lansey, C. Basnet

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Abstract

A continuous hydraulic availability relationship is presented which more realistically models minimum pressure requirements for water distribution systems. This relationship is used in a minimum cut set framework to define nodal and system availabilities including pipe, pump, and valve failures during static steady state demands. The availability measures have been incorporated in a least cost optimization model which is significantly faster than the model of Su et al, which used a discrete availability relationship. (A)

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherNew York, U.S.A., American Society of Civil Engineers
ISBN (Print)0872627195, 9780872627192
StatePublished - Jan 1 1989
Externally publishedYes

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Water distribution systems
Systems analysis
Availability
Pipe
Hydraulics
Pumps
Costs

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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Cullinane, M. J., Lansey, K. E., & Basnet, C. (1989). Water distribution system design considering component failure during static conditions. In Unknown Host Publication Title New York, U.S.A., American Society of Civil Engineers.

Water distribution system design considering component failure during static conditions. / Cullinane, M. J.; Lansey, Kevin E; Basnet, C.

Unknown Host Publication Title. New York, U.S.A., American Society of Civil Engineers, 1989.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Cullinane, MJ, Lansey, KE & Basnet, C 1989, Water distribution system design considering component failure during static conditions. in Unknown Host Publication Title. New York, U.S.A., American Society of Civil Engineers.
Cullinane MJ, Lansey KE, Basnet C. Water distribution system design considering component failure during static conditions. In Unknown Host Publication Title. New York, U.S.A., American Society of Civil Engineers. 1989
Cullinane, M. J. ; Lansey, Kevin E ; Basnet, C. / Water distribution system design considering component failure during static conditions. Unknown Host Publication Title. New York, U.S.A., American Society of Civil Engineers, 1989.
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