archive-org.com » ORG » W » WATERID.ORG

Total: 101

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • Top Discussed(Commented) | waterid.org
    to Comply with The New Arsenic Rule admin Using DWSRF Funds to Comply with the Long Term I Enhanced Surface Water Treatment Rule admin Using DWSRF Funds to Comply with the Long Term I Enhanced Surface Water Treatment Rule admin Using DWSRF Funds to Comply with The Filter Backwash Recycling Rule admin Using DWSRF Funds to Comply with The Filter Backwash Recycling Rule admin Using DWSRF Funds to Comply with

    Original URL path: http://www.waterid.org/rated/comment?page=8&order=title&sort=desc (2016-05-01)
    Open archived version from archive


  • Top Discussed(Commented) | waterid.org
    To Learn More Acronyms Public Awareness Reference Docs Federal Data Links VT SWIM EPA AWI WERF WaterRF Others Navigation Bid Information Search Top Rated Top Reviewer Rating Top User Rating Most Viewed Recent Content Top Discussed You are here Top Discussed Commented Top Discussed Commented Comment count Title Author 8872 Sonde jaijung 6a chanpiwat 5a chanpiwat 4a chanpiwat 3a chanpiwat 2a chanpiwat 1a chanpiwat 1 Water Quality Standards Protecting Human

    Original URL path: http://www.waterid.org/rated/comment?page=56&order=title&sort=desc (2016-05-01)
    Open archived version from archive

  • User account | waterid.org
    Committee WATERiD 101 How To Learn More Acronyms Public Awareness Reference Docs Federal Data Links VT SWIM EPA AWI WERF WaterRF Others Navigation Bid Information Search Top Rated Top Reviewer Rating Top User Rating Most Viewed Recent Content Top Discussed

    Original URL path: http://www.waterid.org/user (2016-05-01)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Asset Management | waterid.org
    User Rating Most Viewed Recent Content Top Discussed You are here Asset Management Asset Management Definition of Infrastructure Asset Management The term Asset Management is in general utilized for the management of any kind of asset However Infrastructure Asset Management IAM is specifically a formal management system for physical assets as opposed to financial assets IAM is applied mostly to civil infrastructure systems such as water wastewater energy transportation solid waste and communications Infrastructure Asset management is a business process and decision support framework that 1 Covers the extended service life of an asset 2 Draws from engineering as well as economics business public policy and 3 Considers a diverse range of assets The implementation of an Infrastructure Asset Management Plan has usually the following objectives To maintain an acceptable Level of Service LoS To minimize the life cycle cost of infrastructure systems To extend the service life of the system in theory indefinitely In addition the implementation of IAM on publicly owned and operated infrastructure systems show responsible and efficient use of public resources as well as environmental and social stewardship Read more Management and Tool Provide Information Water type Any Drinking Water Wastewater Drinking Water and Wastewater AM

    Original URL path: http://www.waterid.org/practice/asset?destination=practice%2Fasset (2016-05-01)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Resiliency | waterid.org
    Rating Most Viewed Recent Content Top Discussed You are here Resiliency Resiliency Definition The definition of resiliency has evolved significantly over time and slight differences persist among disciplines In general resilience is the ability of a system to persist For civil infrastructure systems resilience is the capacity of an infrastructure system to minimize damage due to a disruptive event and to recover the pre disruption performance level within acceptable predefined time and cost limits A resilient infrastructure system must be capable of recovering full pre disruption performance level within reasonable temporary and financial constraints given that a community depends on such performance to support its own social and economic recoveries and the financial impacts from the disruption have to be manageable with realistic budgets Research and development efforts on resilience of civil infrastructure systems are important because those systems sustain social welfare and enable economic development Near continuous performance of civil infrastructure systems is possible but requires overcoming significant challenges ranging from the systems financial efficiency to coping successfully with extreme climatic events Image courtesy of FEMA Read more Management and Tool Provide Information Water type Any Drinking Water Wastewater Drinking Water and Wastewater Filters Any Robustness Redundancy Resources Rapidity

    Original URL path: http://www.waterid.org/practice/resiliency?destination=practice%2Fresiliency (2016-05-01)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Sustainability | waterid.org
    Sustainability Sustainability Definition One of the early definitions of sustainable development was Development that meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs Brundtland 1987 The understanding of sustainability has evolved significantly which is reflected in refined definitions that integrate environmental economic social and even organizational considerations The integration of these aspects allows the application of sustainability principles in the daily operation of civil infrastructure systems In summary Sustainability refers to the ability of a given system to perform indefinitely in a dynamic equilibrium with its context Traditionally engineering was focused only on the technical dimension of civil infrastructure The belief was that any problem could be solved by analyzing the system in pieces and understanding how the pieces work and fit together like a clock However systems are more than the sum of their parts and by taking apart those systems we lose information and ignore essential relationships and feedbacks Sustainable engineering requires a more holistic system approach where changes in one part may have unintended effects on other parts of the system and therefore the system needs to be addressed as a whole Image courtesy of U S National

    Original URL path: http://www.waterid.org/practice/sustain?destination=practice%2Fsustain (2016-05-01)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Geographical Information Systems (GIS) | waterid.org
    Top Rated Top Reviewer Rating Top User Rating Most Viewed Recent Content Top Discussed You are here Geographical Information Systems GIS Geographical Information Systems GIS Introduction of GIS Visual literacy is a set of abilities that enables an individual to effectively find interpret evaluate use and create images and visual media Images and visual media may include photographs illustrations drawings maps diagrams advertisements and other visual messages and representations both still and moving Source The Association of College and Research Libraries Image Resources Interest Group Utilities are faced with enormous challenges in deciding where to allocate scarce resources in the operation and maintenance of their infrastructure Often when conditional data are presented significant trends and or potential maladies are hidden in endless tables and spreadsheets GIS applications enable decision makers to visually assess the state of the infrastructure in an agreeable useful map format Many different facets can be shown and manipulated offering a powerful data rich platform for assessments from customer service to environmentally sensitive areas risk planning and many many more Application of GIS in Pipeline Asset Management Management and Tool Provide Information Filter for GIS Any Water Wastewater GIS in Atmospheric Research GIS in Advanced Asset Management

    Original URL path: http://www.waterid.org/practice/gis?destination=practice%2Fgis (2016-05-01)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Condition Assessment | waterid.org
    is critical that water and wastewater utility managers and others have access to current and relevant information on condition assessment technologies and practices so that resources such as time and money can be utilized most effectively Pipeline Condition Assessment Technologies Utilities must use their limited funding in an optimal way to repair rehabilitate and replace pipes When data associated with the condition of pipe is insufficient or unavailable then utility managers cannot make sound asset management decisions leading to an increased risk of failure increased operations and maintenance costs and higher life cycle costs for the pipe infrastructure Obtaining such data is more challenging than for other infrastructure assets because pipes are mostly buried and generally inaccessible Variations in pipe properties and external conditions in a collection wastewater or distribution drinking water system further complicate the development of a comprehensive asset management system Technology Product and Service Providers information Water type Any Drinking Water Wastewater Drinking Water and Wastewater CA technology class Any Acoustic Electrical or Electromagnetic Flow Testing Gyroscope Inclinometer Physical Testing Pressure Testing Temperature Testing Vibrational Technology Visual Technology Other Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge A1207C by by Russell NDE Systems Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge A1208 by by Russell NDE Systems

    Original URL path: http://www.waterid.org/tech/CA?page=1 (2016-05-01)
    Open archived version from archive



  •