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A Model for Selecting the Most Cost-Effective Pressure Control Device for More Sustainable Water Supply Networks (MDPI, 2019)Pressure Reducing Valves (PRV) have been widely used as a device to control pressure at nodes in water distribution networks and thus reduce leakages. However, an energy dissipation takes place during PRV operation. Thus, ...
(MDPI, 2018)In Spain and other countries, open channel distribution networks have been replaced by on demand-pressurized networks to improve the water-use efficiency of the water distribution systems, but at the same time the energy ...
Potential Energy Recovery Using Micro‐Hydropower Technology in Irrigation Networks: Real‐World Case Studies in the South of Spain (MDPI, 2018)The agricultural sector is one of the most significant users of water resources worldwide. Irrigation infrastructure has been modernized in recent years in many regions dedicated to agriculture, transitioning from ...
Reducing the Energy Dependency of Water Networks in Irrigation, Public Drinking Water, and Process Industry: REDAWN Project (MDPI, 2018)The EU funded Interreg project REDAWN is presented, setting a new operational framework for efficiently foster micro‐hydropower in water distribution.