|Author||American Water Works Association|
|Category||Engineering and Technology|
Updated from the 2004 edition, modeling lets designers predict the performance of water distribution systems to solve a wide variety of design, operational, and water quality problems. This basic primer manual provides distribution engineers and operators with information on developing and using computer hydraulic models of water distribution systems. Chapters take the reader from basics through data collection, model design, calibration, and applications. The fourth edition provides new, expanded information on key topics and recent changes.