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UDC 628.14:004.415.53

JUDIN M. Iu., Hyamyalyainen M. M., Smirnova S. V., Rusanova E. V.

On the rules for developing electronic models of water supply
and wastewater disposal systems


The development of electronic models of water supply and wastewater disposal systems is mandatory for large communities. However the methodological documents defining the construction and further use of electronic models are not available. In this connection situations often arise when the models are developed formally and are not suitable for use in water supply and wastewater utilities. To improve the efficiency of the use of electronic models it was proposed to develop methodological recommendations that determine the necessity to take into account domestic experience and international practice. The development of rules summarizes the experience of designing and operating electronic models of water supply systems, water supply and wastewater disposal schemes as well as design experience based on multiple-version hydraulic calculations. According to the «Rules for the development and approval of water supply and wastewater disposal schemes» approved by Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation of September 5, 2013 No. 782, the electronic model of water supply and (or) wastewater disposal systems is thought of as an information system that includes databases, software and hardware. This system is designed to store, monitor and update the information on the technical and economic condition of centralized hot water supply, cold water supply and (or) wastewater disposal systems, the implementation of the operational control mechanism in the specified centralized systems, and provide for hydraulic calculations. In the process of designing models a variety of software is used.

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