Reliability Consideration in Capital Improvement Programs

by Uzair M. Shamsi, Chester Engineers, Pittsburg, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Water Resources Planning and Management and Urban Water Resources


This paper shows an application of network reliability modeling in water supply capital improvement programs. The proposed approach consists of combining geometrical and structural properties of pipelines in a Pipe Importance Factor defined as the rate at which water supply reliability improves as the reliability of the pipeline improves. A case study demonstrates the application.

Subject Headings: Assets | Water pipelines | Water supply systems | Pipe networks | Case studies | Structural behavior | Structural analysis | Structural reliability

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