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A series of sessions is held at the ASCE Water Resources Planning and Management Division Conference in Buffalo, New York, where researchers are given a realistic system called “Anytown” and are asked to optimize the design of that network. Comparison of results shows the strengths and weaknesses of the various models. 1986 — Introduction of Dynamic Water Quality Models. At the AWWA Distribution System Symposium, three groups independently introduce dynamic water quality models of distribution systems.
2 FLUID STATICS AND DYNAMICS Static Pressure Pressure can be thought of as a force applied normal, or perpendicular, to a body that is in contact with a fluid. In the English system of units, pressure is expressed in pounds per square foot (lb/ft2), but the water industry generally uses lb/in2, typically abbreviated as psi. In the SI system, pressure has units of N/m2, also called a Pascal. 23 24 Modeling Theory Chapter 2 However, because of the magnitude of pressures occurring in distribution systems, pressure is typically reported in kilo-Pascals (kPa), or 1,000 Pascals.
Cyril Colebrook and Cedric White of Imperial College in London build upon the work of Prandtl and his students to develop the Colebrook-White equation for determining the Darcy-Weisbach f in commercial pipes. 1940 — Hunter curves published. During the 1920s and ’30s, Roy Hunter of the National Bureau of Standards conducts research on water use in a variety of buildings. His “fixture unit method” will become the basis for estimating building water use, even though plumbing fixtures will change over the years.