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Sanitary and combined sewer system design has become an increasingly automated process involving the use of computerized modeling tools, monitoring systems, and other "intelligent" systems. The use of automated "infrastructure management systems" now allows designers, managers, and operators to get continuous data feeds on sewer flows, levels, pressure measurements, and emergency information essential to improving system design. This is the first book to document the use of automated systems in sewer design and management. Featuring real-life examples illustrating how systems can be intelligently designed, the book also includes detailed, step-by-step guidance on how to procure and implement state-of-the-art sewer systems.
THOMAS J. DAY is Director of Technology for American Anglian Environmental Technologies. He was formerly an electrical engineering specialist in the Operations Division of the Water Department Treatment Headquarters for the city of Philadelp