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Linking water quality and hydraulics in distribution systems through a transient one-dimensional multi-component corrosion model.
Madhav P. Baral
Written in English
This research addresses water quality issues in water distribution systems in general, and more specifically, pipe corrosion which can entail many adverse effects including reduction of hydraulic capacity, compromised structural integrity of conduits and water quality deterioration. Yet, for all its familiarity, corrosion is a complex phenomenon due to the inter-dependent set of reactions that can take place at the pipe wall with chemicals in the bulk water. The principle objective of this study is to extend the existing, but basic, 1-D corrosion-water quality model and to explore the impact of various chemical species on the formation of ferrous and ferric ions during transient conditions. In addition, the associated formation of various iron precipitates is numerically explored. Each chemical species is tracked using the ADRE which is coupled with a hydraulic model. The numerical outcome of the model is compared with the results of the existing model, with both exhibiting good agreement.
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