Water transport through pipes, pressure losses, (pressure) network design and building, pump selection, pumping stations, power supply, quantitative reliability, operation and maintenance.Studie goals: The student will acquire the ability to: design a transportation network, identify critical situations for water hammer design a pumping station in terms of capacity, lay out and operation of pumps analyse a lopped and branched pipe system, analyse a drinking water system with ALEID or EPANET and a sewer system with HYDROWORKS, identify critical areas for water quality deterioration, analyse the reliability of a drinking water system and identify critical elements as well as formulate solutions to these points
Additional information about CT5550, Pumping stations and transport pipelines, can be found on drinkwater.tudelft.nl.
- Intro to Pumping Stations and Transport Pipelines
- Hydraulics – Theoretical background
- Pumps and pumping stations
- Network calculations
- Practical applications network calculation
- Reliability drinking water supply systems
- Water quality aspects of drinking water networks
- Design of drinking water distribution networks
- Operation and maintenance of network
- Aleid appendices
- Design project
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