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Ocenjevanje tehničnega stanja cevovodov v vodovodnem sistemu : magistrsko delo
Tallarini, Miha (Author), Steinman, Franc (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Kozelj, Daniel (Co-mentor)

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Abstract
Zaradi okoljskih skrbi v zadnjih nekaj desetletjih in povečane ozaveščenosti ljudi so se z novo zakonodajo povečale zahteve po učinkoviti in trajnostni rabi pitne vode. Izvajalci gospodarske javne službe (v nadaljevanju GJS na področju oskrbe s pitno vodo) zato ves čas iščejo nove načine za izboljšanje stanja in delovanja obstoječih vodovodnih sistemov. V Sloveniji so po zakonu upravljalci vodovodnih sistemov dolžni vzdrževati infrastrukturo v takšnem stanju, da lahko zadovoljujejo potrebe po pitni vodi v skladu s standardi oskrbe. V magistrskem delu je opisana metodologija, katere namen je oceniti tehnično stanje cevovodnih odsekov na izbranem območju. Z njo lahko določimo posamezne dele cevovodnega omrežja, ki so najbolj potrebni rehabilitacije, ti. kritične odseke. V prvem delu magistrske naloge je na kratko predstavljena zakonodaja s področja oskrbe s pitno vodo, struktura vodovodnih sistemov, proces poslabševanja stanja vodovodnih cevi, posledice in vzroki za nastanek okvar ter dejavniki, ki vplivajo na poslabšanje stanja vodovodnih cevi. V drugem delu je opisana metodologija, ki je bila izdelana in sestavljena na podlagi pregledane literature, lastnega znanja in poznavanja programske opreme. V tretjem delu je prikazana uporaba metodologije na izbranem območju obravnave. Na koncu magistrskega dela so predstavljeni dobljeni rezultati in njihova verifikacija. Poleg rezultatov je prikazan primer podrobne analize cevovodnega odseka za izdelavo strategije rehabilitacije cevovodnih odsekov na izbranem kritičnem odseku.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:vodovodni sistemi, vodovodne cevi, tehnično stanje cevovodov, dejavniki vpliva, obnova, vzroki za okvare, posledice okvar, rehabilitacija, kritični odseki, vzdrževanje
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Tipology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FGG - Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering
Year:2018
Publisher:[M. Tallarini]
UDC:628.1'1(043.3)
COBISS.SI-ID:8557409 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Technical condition assessment of pipes in water distribution systems : master thesis
Abstract:
Due to environmental concerns and increased awareness over the past few decades, the new legislation has increased demands for efficient and sustainable drinking water use. Public water utilities are constantly looking for new ways to improve the condition and operation of existing water supply systems. According to the legislation, in Slovenia water utilities are obliged to maintain their infrastructure in such condition that they can satisfy the needs for drinking water. The thesis describes a methodology, which aims to assess the technical condition of the pipes in water distribution system. With this methodology, it is possible to determine the individual sections of pipe networks, that are most needed for rehabilitation, so-called critical sections. In the first part of this thesis, we briefly presented the legislation from the field of drinking water supply, the structure of water supply systems, pipe deterioration process, causes and consequences of a pipe failure, factors that contribute to pipe deterioration. The second part describes the used methodology, which was designed and built based on literature reviewed, own expertise and software knowledge. The third part shows the use of the methodology in the selected area. At the end result and their verification are presented and an example of a detailed analysis of the pipe section is given for elaborating pipe rehabilitation strategies of the critical pipe sections.

Keywords:water distribution systems, water pipes, technical condition of pipelines, impact factors, renewal, causes of pipe failures, consequences of a pipe failure, rehabilitation, critical sections, maintenance

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