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Phosphorus Recovery. Small Facilities. Stormwater and Green Infrastructure. Water Reuse. LIFT News. Email Address. Sign In. Access provided by: anon Sign Out. A control-oriented approach to water quality modeling of drinking water distribution systems Abstract: An input-output model is developed to relate chlorine supply concentrations at treatment stations to chlorine concentrations at specified nodes within a drinking water distribution system DWDS.
A concise history and background of water quality modeling is given in order to facilitate the input-output model development.
The motivation for an input-output modeling approach is to provide a framework which is suitable for parameter estimation and control system analysis and design. The model consists of two algorithms: the first determines the length of time water spends in a particular pipe and finds the node at which the water entered the pipe.
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The second algorithm recursively back-tracks through the DWDS to find when and where the chlorine was introduced into the system.
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