Geospatial Techniques in Water Distribution System - A Review
Various problem are encountered in water distribution system such Adequate Pressure, Water quality, Method of distribution (Demand Driven Analyses (DDA) and other is Pressure Driven Analyses (PPA), Estimation of Water Demand (Population based /Landused based etc. Authors had used various information system to handle spatial data in water distribution but Geoinformatic system (remote sensing (RS), geographical information systems (GIS) and Differential Global Positioning Systems (DGPS)) plays a vital role in handle the spatial data for water distribution system. water distribution hydraulic software leverage the spatial analysis abilities of GIS software and use source data types such as geocoded, billing meter records, water production data, census tracts, land use zoning, traffic analysis zones, meter routes and demand density information.
KeywordsWater demand, Geoinformatic, Population, hydraulic software.
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