Design of water supply networks for water transfer to the urban area Case study: Balikpapan city

Dinh T.N. Huy, Ngakan K.A. Dwijendra, Andrey Poltarykhin, Wanich Suksatan, Nooraldeen S. Nahi, Trias Mahmudiono, Nguyen T. Hai, Mustafa M. Kadhim, Krishanveer Singh, Alim A.A. Ahmed

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Abstract

The growing population and the development of industries in all countries of the world have created a very important and complex issue for water supply to cities. Today, many parts of the world are facing the problem of water shortage and this problem cannot be easily solved. In addition to the proper use of water resources and preventing the loss of natural water, the establishment of regional water supply networks is effective in meeting the future needs of the people. A water distribution network (water supply network) is a set of interconnected pipelines used to transport and distribute water in a complex. In designing the water distribution network, factors such as the type of water distribution network, water pressure, water velocity, design flow, minimum pipe diameter, pipe material and many other factors should be considered. In this study, we have tried to design the water supply network of a part of Balikpapan city in Indonesia. The design method led to the determination of pressure values in the connection nodes, pipe diameters, flow rate and velocity in the pipes. All the existing criteria are considered in the design of the water supply network. Although this study has been implemented for a specific study area, it can be of great help to designers in designing the water supply network.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)251-254
Number of pages4
JournalJournal of Water and Land Development
Volume54
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2022

Keywords

  • network design
  • water distribution
  • water shortage
  • water supply network
  • water transmission

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