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Duque, Natalia (author), Bach, Peter M. (author), Scholten, L. (author), Fappiano, F. (author), Maurer, Max (author)
Future climatic, demographic, technological, urban and socio-economic challenges call for more flexible and sustainable wastewater infrastructure systems. Exploratory modelling can help to investigate the consequences of these developments on the infrastructure. In order to explore large numbers of adaptation strategies, we need to re-balance...
journal article 2022
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Zhang, Qingzhou (author), Zheng, Feifei (author), Jia, Yueyi (author), Savic, Dragan (author), Kapelan, Z. (author)
Real-time hydraulic modelling can be used to address a wide range of issues in a foul sewer system and hence can help improve its daily operation and maintenance. However, the current bottleneck within real-time FSS modelling is the lack of spatio-temporal inflow data. To address the problem, this paper proposes a new method to develop real...
journal article 2021
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Jia, Yueyi (author), Zheng, Feifei (author), Zhang, Qingzhou (author), Duan, Huan Feng (author), Savic, Dragan (author), Kapelan, Z. (author)
Hydraulic modeling of a foul sewer system (FSS) enables a better understanding of the behavior of the system and its effective management. However, there is generally a lack of sufficient field measurement data for FSS model development due to the low number of in-situ sensors for data collection. To this end, this study proposes a new method...
journal article 2021
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Panasiuk, Oleksandr (author), Hedström, Annelie (author), Langeveld, J.G. (author), de Haan, Cornelis (author), Liefting, Erik (author), Schilperoort, Remy (author), Viklander, Maria (author)
Infiltration and inflow (I/I) into sewers cause negative effects on the sewer system, wastewater treatment plant and environment. Identifying the causes and locating the inflows is necessary in order to address the I/I problem. This paper focuses on using distributed temperature sensing (DTS) for identifying, locating and characterising I/I...
journal article 2019
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Nienhuis, J. (author), De Haan, C. (author), Langeveld, J.G. (author), Klootwijk, M. (author), Clemens, F.H.L.R. (author)
Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) with fiber-optic cables is a powerful tool to detect illicit connections in storm sewer systems. High frequency temperature measurements along the in-sewer cable create a detailed representation of temperature anomalies due to illicit discharges. The detection limits of the monitoring equipment itself are...
conference paper 2012
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Schilperoort, R. (author), Hoppe, H. (author), Haan, C. (author), Langeveld, J.G. (author)
A major drawback of separate sewer systems is the occurrence of illicit connections: unintended sewer cross-connections that connect foul water outlets from residential or industrial premises to the storm water system and/or storm water outlets to the foul sewer system. The amount of unwanted storm water in foul sewer systems can be significant...
conference paper 2012
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