Tag:water and wastewater management




DOI 10.35776/MNP.2019.09.01
UDC 628.1/2:550.8.02

Gogina Е. S., Orlov V. А., Volkov A. A., Chizhik K. I.

Water supply and wastewater disposal: yesterday, today and tomorrow


The article is dedicated to the 90th anniversary of the establishment of the Department of Water Supply and Wastewater Disposal at the National Research Moscow State University of Civil Engineering. Almost age-old traditions are carefully preserved and developed by the Department of Water Supply and Wastewater Disposal. A brief overview of the establishment and development of the specialty «Water supply and wastewater disposal» in Russia is also given. The immediacy of the problems of this important industry in society is noted. It is told about people who have made a significant contribution to the development of the specialty, the training of students and scientific and teaching staff of the country. The research carried out by the staff of the department «Water Supply and Wastewater Disposal» corresponds both to the traditions of the established scientific schools and the current problems of public utilities and industrial water resources. The results of research work have been implemented at the facilities of many cities, not only in Russia, but also abroad.

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УДК 658.155:628.1/.2

Fomin A. V.

The concept of water and wastewater utilities upgrade management


Basic reserves of improving the efficiency of water and wastewater utilities are summarized. The concept of water and wastewater utility upgrade management is substantiated and three main stages are identified, i. e. demand management; dynamic engineering investments in the upgrade of water treatment, power equipment and shabby pipelines with the involvement of targeted debt financing; sustainable development with equity financing. The expediency of the upgrade budgetary financing is considered.

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UDC 628.14:62-523

Ageev M. K.

Current trends in water supply optimization


The main aspects of introducing SCADA-systems for automated control of water supply and wastewater disposal processes: synchronization of software with the installed control systems; erection of a programmable logic controller, introduction of algorithms of systemic optimization, synchronization of the telemetry system and control system at the facilities are considered. The basic technical factors (e. g. when a programmable logic controller and RTU blocks have been already connected to the centralized control system; the availability of separate algorithms at RTU-block level) that shall be taken into account when making a decision on the introduction and in the process of designing automated control systems as well as the principles of SCADA system operation by a special operating department are described. By the example of the companies that have introduced SCADA-systems for water and wastewater industry an analysis of the results in terms of absolute and relative indices is given. The capacity of some pumping stations operated by EBMUD Company was improved by more than 27%. During the first week of the system operation WSSC Company registered about 400 dollars per day cost cutting just at one of the pumping stations. For the second week this amount increased to 570 dollars per day and for the third week exceeded 1000 dollars per day. Similar effect was noted at other 17 pumping stations. Thus, SCADA-systems contribute to financial advantages by optimized and improved efficient control of water supply and wastewater disposal processes. The use of the relative international experience for the project implementation in Russia has been an effective solution.

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Российская ассоциация водоснабжения и водоотведения

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