OPTIMISING NON-REVENUE WATER MANAGEMENT
Tools and techniques
The purpose of this two-day thematic course is to provide you with an understanding of the principles, procedures and tools available for designing and managing a Non-Revenue Water (NRW) Programme in the most efficient and cost-effective way. Thus you will learn how to obtain reduced water losses, reduced pipe burst risks, and reduced energy consumption within a short period and with only a minimum of input data.
Optimal operation, maintenance and rehabilitation of water distribution systems constitutes a complex, complicated and often expensive process.
DHI’s approach to NRW offers much more than Non-Revenue Water mapping – with short return on investment. Our solution to optimal Non-Revenue Water management works with the data that you have, follows international recommendations and uses a well-proven methodology in order to make your NRW management more structured and efficient – and it pays off from the beginning.
- Introduction to NRW: concepts, principles and approaches
- Overview of the techniques and tools available for NRW including leakage monitor
- Introduction to DHI's approach
- Modelling in NRW
- Measurement campaigns and field activities
- Pressure optimisation
- Delineate District Meter Areas
- Asset management - Network reconstruction
- Tool for technically and economically optimised NRW control
- Case stories
- Hands-on exercises
TARGET GROUP AND PREREQUISITES
Professionals working with NRW either in a water utility or in a consultancy company. Both decision makers as well as engineers and operators will benefit from the course. Participants should be acquainted with the basics of a water distribution system and have a basic hydraulic understanding.