Water e-Journal

Water e-Journal

EXECUTIVE SUMMARIES

2019

Vol 4 - Issue 1   Vol 4 - Issue 2   Vol 4 - Issue 3   Vol 4 - Issue 4

2018

2017

Vol 2 - Issue 1   Vol 2 - Issue 2   Vol 2 - Issue 3   Vol 2 - Issue 4 

2016

Vol 1 - Issue 1   Vol 1 - Issue 2   Vol 1 - Issue 3   Vol 1 - Issue 4


VOLUME 3 – ISSUE 4


  urban river ANALYSING WATER SENSITIVE URBAN DESIGN OPTIONS
Using water mass balance to analyse hydrological performance of water sensitive urban design options in infill development
X Meng and S Kenway
Planning for ‘water-sensitive’ infill development has become a priority for sustainable urban development in Australia.
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  water reservoir from above SIZING WATER DISTRIBUTION STORAGES FOR PERSISTENCE AND EMERGENCY DEMANDS
Balancing conflicting operational and water quality interests
L Donaldson
The active volume of a distribution reservoir has only two storage components – diurnal demand storage and persistence storage.
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  raindrops pavement LESSONS FROM THE AURA STORMWATER HARVESTING PROJECT
An innovative risk-based approach for identifying potential water quality issues
T McAlister, M Stephens, D Middleton, M Bartkow, A Watkinson and J Lampard
Stockland is one of Australia’s largest urban development companies, with a lengthy track record of delivering leading edge urban projects.
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  Melbourne Skyline RESEARCH INVESTMENT IN THE AUSTRALIAN URBAN WATER INDUSTRY
Towards an optimal level and a funding model
P Dillon, N Palmer, R Vertessy and J Radcliffe
Recent changes in mechanisms and reduction in funding of research and development (R&D) in the Australian urban water industry have prompted a review of how to value the benefits of such research to Australia.
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  woman working on laptop REAL TIME CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE MAPPING
Enhancing the customer experience with Microsoft Excel
J Anese, L Hannant, O Taudou and U Kaeding
A tool, Advanced Customer Complaint Mapper (ACCM), has been developed by Allwater and SA Water to enhance the customer experience.                                                                
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   REDUCING LEAKAGE TO SAVE BULK WATER COSTS 
Calculating the economic level of leakage for Unitywater’s water supply network
K Goraya and M Lukin
Real losses in the Unitywater network are relatively low compared to both national and international standards.                                                                
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   ENHANCEMENTS AND VALIDATION OF A DEMAND FORECAST TOOL FOR SA WATER CORPORATION 
Managing complexities in operations decision making
A Duncker
SA Water has undertaken a project to expand and enhance a set of decision support tools for its Operations Control Group (OCG).                                                                
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   WATER SUPPLY PEAKING FACTOR STOCHASTICS AND MULTIPLE LEVELS OF SERVICE
Taking advantage of stochastic peaking factors to reduce the cost of water supply infrastructure
L Donaldson
The availability of stochastic peaking factors allows water supply systems to be analysed much more thoroughly than when only a single value peaking factor is used.                                                                
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   INTEGRATED WATER MANAGEMENT PLANNING FOR VICTORIA
The perils and pitfalls of IWM planning in Victoria’s National Employment and Innovation Clusters.
S Roberts, D Browne and P Breen.
Integrated Water Management (IWM) planning in existing urban areas presents water practitioners with a range of challenges.                                                                
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   PLANNING FOR UNCERTAIN WATER FUTURES
Using strategic thinking to rehearse uncertain futures in the water sector.
By M Dawson, L Uthayakumaran, L Maunsell, S Davies, S Cook, M Moglia and S J Cork.
Cities, their citizens and service providers are being challenged from multiple fronts – population growth, technology, societal and environmental challenges.                                                            
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