Special Issue "Advanced Hydroinformatic Techniques for the Simulation and Analysis of Water Supply and Distribution Systems"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 September 2017)
A printed edition of this Special Issue is available here.
The overall objective of this Special Issue is to improve knowledge on developing and using advanced simulation tools in water supply and distribution systems. The final aim is to propose a suitable framework supporting insightful hydraulic mechanisms to help the decision-making processes of water utility managers and practitioners. Contributions to this Special Issue, exploring new research avenues on urban hydraulics and hydroinformatics, will be of great value for both Academia and those water utility stakeholders. On top of this, important social benefits are expected from a number of research objectives that ultimately aim to guarantee a regular supply of clean water at the pressure and quality required at the network consumption points. These objectives include a wide spectrum of subjects, such as demand monitoring and forecasting; network sectorisation; innovative tools for water resources management; leakage detection; system maintenance; transient control; and consumer satisfaction assessment, among others.
Dr. Manuel Herrera
Assoc. Prof. Silvia Meniconi
Assoc. Prof. Stefano Alvisi
Prof. Joaquín Izquierdo
Manuscript Submission Information
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graph-theoretical methods and complex and social network applications to support water supply system analyses
multi-agent systems, petri-networks, and evolutionary models for water system optimal management
water infrastructure resilience and its critical interdependencies, such as cyber-resilience and cyber-attacks detection
district metered area division and household water demand for several water efficiency scenarios
big data for water resources management in a climate change scenario
innovative techniques for pipe system planning and management