After the successfull completion of the course the student will be able to:
(1) design and analyse water supply, wastewater and stormwater sytems using available computer programs EPANET, SWMM)
(2) design hydraulic structures which are used in such systems (storage tanks, valves, siphons, manholes etc).
(3) analyse, assess and manage the risk associated with such systems.
Course Content (Syllabus)
Design of water supply networks. Pipe materials. Valves. Hydraulics of Networks. Water hammer. Pumps and Pumping stations. Design of Tanks. Reliability and Risk in Water distribution networks.
Simulation of Water distribution networks. Design of water distribution networks. Optimization of water distribution networks.
Models for simulating water quantity and quality in Water distribution networks. The EPANET, WATERGems models. Applications of EPANET in real networks.
Separate and combined sewers. Hydraulic characteristics. Flow control. Design of separate sewage system. Criteria and Design methods. Transport of solids.
Design of combined sewer system. Design storm. Reliability and Risk. Resilience against urban flooding.
Simulations models. Quantity and quality models. The SWMM, Infoworks, MIKE URBAN. Application of SWMM in real networks.
Design, Analysis, Water Supply Systems, Wastewater and stormwater systems, Design Descharge, Simulation