Battle of background leakage assessment for Water Networks (BBLAWN) at WDSA conference 2014

Research Area: Hydro Year: 2014
Type of Publication: In Proceedings Keywords: Asset management; Local area networks; Scheduling; Sensor networks; Systems analysis; Water supply systems, Design Methodology; Leakage assessment; Pressure reduction valves; Pump scheduling; Research center; Water calibration; Water distributi
Editor: Brunone B., Campisano A., Giustolisi O., Laucelli D., Berardi L. Volume: 89
Number: C
Pages: 4-12
ISSN: 1877-7058
cited By 1; Conference of Water Distribution System Analysis Conference - Urban Water Hydroinformatics and Strategic Planning, WDSA 2014 ; Conference Date: 14 July 2014 Through 17 July 2014
The Battle of Background Leakage Assessment for Water Networks (BBLAWN) is the fifth in a series of "Battle Competitions" dating back to the Battle of the Water Networks (BWN) in 1985 and, more recently, the Battle of the Water Sensor Networks (BWSN) in 2006; the Battle of the Water Calibration Networks (BWCN) in 2010 and the Battle of the Water Networks Design (BWN-II) in 2012. The BBLAWN asks for a design methodology for reducing water losses due to background leakages in a real water distribution system. The results have been presented at a special session of the 16th Water Distribution Systems Analysis Conference, held in Bari, Italy in July 2014, where 14 teams from academia, research centers and companies presented their solutions to the problem in hand. © 2014 The Authors.
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