Application of deterministic and stochastic water demand schemes in modeling solute transport in water distribution networks

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The advantages of applying a stochastic residential water demand scheme in a distribution network water quality model are presented. Two water quality models were implemented on a real water distribution network in which chlorine concentration tests were carried out. In the first one the water demand was represented by synthetic stochastic series generated by the Neyman-Scott Rectangular Pulse Method and in the second a deterministic Hourly Demand Variation Curve was employed. Compared to field-measured data, the first model presented differences with an average of 23%, and the second one differences with an average of 67%. © 2013 The Authors.

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Santos-Tellez, R. U., Alcocer-Yamanaka, V. H., & Tzatchkov, V. G. (2014). Application of deterministic and stochastic water demand schemes in modeling solute transport in water distribution networks. In Procedia Engineering (Vol. 70, pp. 1485–1494). Elsevier Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.proeng.2014.02.163

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