Hydraulics and Water Supply

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T022 October 9, 2022 - October 13, 2022 Roma $ 5000

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T022 January 8, 2023 - January 12, 2023 Dubai – UAE $ 5000

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T022 April 9, 2023 - April 13, 2023 Istanbul $ 4500

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Objectives

  • By the end of this course the participants will be able to:
  • Recognise the key components of water distribution networks and describe the function they perform
  • Explain the hydraulic impact components have on distribution networks
  • dentify common hydraulic related problems that can occur in systems and describe their symptoms
  • Explain terminology used in relation to behaviour of water in pipelines
  • Use devices to measure flows and pressures in pipes and diagnose faults within them
  • Use simple formulas to calculate pipeline velocities
  • Decide on the main planning elements of these systems, namely designing demands, pressures, velocities and gradients.
  • Understand the steady-state hydraulics
  • Choose adequate supplying schemes, to suggest a network layout, main components and pipe materials.
  • Distinguish between various operational modes.
  • Judge technical solutions dealing with the system maintenance, rehabilitation, and expansion.

The Delegates

  • The course targets the professionals dealing with technical aspects of Supply water , transport and distribution, working for water supply companies, Oil companies , municipal assemblies or consulting bureaus.
  • The course is however designed to start from scratch on hydraulics and other technical aspects, also suitable for ‘softer’ professional backgrounds where multidisciplinary work in teams .

The Contents

  • Introdction :
  • Characteristics Of Water .
  • Water supply
  • Operation of pumps .
  • Water transport to high tower .
  • Water supply to different pressure zones .
  • Water loss .
  • Water Behavior :
  • The Liquid and Solid Phases of Water
  • The Wettability of Water
  • The physics of surface tension
  • Water Contact Angle
  • Modeling Water at the Molecular Level
  • Water Transport and Distribution:
  • Main objectives and components of WTD systems.
  • Water demand categories, patterns, calculation and forecasting .
  • Steady-state hydraulics of pressurised flows.
  • Single pipe calculation .
  • Branched and looped networks .
  • Pressure driven demand .
  • Hydraulics of storage and pumps .
  • Hydraulic design:
  • Choice of supply scheme .
  • Network layouts .
  • Design of pumping stations .
  • Power requirements and energy consumption.
  • Engineering design:
  • Choice of pipe materials .
  • Valves and other equipment .
  • Network construction:
  • Pipe laying .
  • Testing and disinfection.
  • Operation & maintenance:
  • Regular & irregular supply .
  • Network cleaning and rehabilitation.
  • Water Loss Management and Control:
  • Definition of non-revenue water and IWA terminology used in the sector.
  • Components of water losses .
  • Methods of reducing and controlling real- and apparent network losses .
  • Quantification of leakage in distribution systems .
  • Leak location and repair techniques .
  • Pressure management.
  • Course summary .

Notes:

  • Great Discount for companies and governmental Organizations .
  • All programs are held in five star hotels .
  • All lecturers have sufficient knowledge and experience to implement the programs at an optimal level .
  • Large package of services is offered to the participants .

The Discount

10% in case of Three P. (or more)

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