ICAR/02 (COSTRUZIONI IDRAULICHE E MARITTIME E IDROLOGIA)
DIPARTIMENTO DI INGEGNERIA CIVILE E ARCHITETTURA
Corso di studio
CIVIL ENGINEERING FOR MITIGATION OF RISK FROM NATURAL HAZARDS
Hydrogeological risk assessment and mitigation
Primo Semestre (23/09/2019 - 16/10/2019)
51 ore di attività frontale
SCRITTO E ORALE CONGIUNTI
Having passed the exam of Hydraulics
The main objective of the course is to introduce students to the basic theories and methods of urban water systems, that is water supply and sewer systems in the framework of Agenda 2030 - Objectives 6 and 7. The course will be made up of three parts. The first will provide the students with the main notions related to the design and analysis of water distribution systems. The second will be dedicated to the design and analysis of sewer systems. In the third part, the risk and vulnerability in Urban Water Systems will be dealt with.
Programma e contenuti
Demand-driven and pressure-driven modelling of water distribution networks
Optimal design of water distribution networks with no reliability constraints
Multi-objective design of water distribution networks
Optimal management of water distribution networks (mechanical and hydraulic failures, segment identification, service-pressure and leakage management, real time control, district metered areas)
Modelling of water quality, water distribution network protection from contaminations
The software EPANET
Modelling of urban drainage systems
The control of water volumes and of water quality in urban drainage systems
Best management practices for the optimal management of urban drainage systems (detention and retention systems, infiltration systems, vegetated systems, real time control)
The software EPASWMM
Lectures and exercises taught by the lecturer in the classroom
Testi di riferimento
Butler, and J. Davies (2011). Urban Drainage. Spon Press, 625 pp.
W. Mays (2011). Water Resources Engineering. John Wiley & Sons, 890 pp.
T.M. Walski, D. Chase, D. Savic, W. Grayman, S. Beckwith, and E. Koelle (2003). Advanced water distribution modelling and management. Haestad, Waterbury, CT, 702 pp.
Material of the module available for download at http://www-4.unipv.it/ecreaco/Hydraulic%20Infrastructures.html
Modalità verifica apprendimento
Oral examination based on solutions proposed by the student to Lecturer's assignments
Obiettivi Agenda 2030 per lo sviluppo sostenibile