||Animation and Visualization of Water Quality in Distribution Systems.
Deininger, R. A. ;
Clark, R. M. ;
Hess, A. F. ;
Bernstam, E. V. ;
||Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk Reduction Engineering Lab. ;Michigan Univ., Ann Arbor. School of Public Health. ;South Central Connecticut Regional Water Authority, New Haven.
Distribution systems ;
Water distribution ;
Water quality ;
Chemical compounds ;
Mathematical models ;
Biological accumulation ;
Spatial distribution ;
Case studies ;
Water flow ;
Water treatment plants ;
Computer visualization technique ;
Safe Drinking Water Act and Amendments
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||Water may undergo a number of changes in the distribution system, making the quality of the water at the customer's tap different from the quality of the water that leaves the treatment plant. Such changes in quality may be caused by chemical or biological variations or by a loss of system integrity. A computer-visualization technique, coupled with a dynamic water quality model for analyzing spatial and temporal water quality variations, was studied at two systems.
||Pub. in Jnl. of the American Water Works Association, p48-52 Jul 92. See also PB87-116729 and PB87-166799. Prepared in cooperation with Michigan Univ., Ann Arbor. School of Public Health, and South Central Connecticut Regional Water Authority, New Haven.
|NTIS Title Notes
||Reprint: Animation and Visualization of Water Quality in Distribution Systems.
||PC A02/MF A01