The graduate thesis deals with structure and value analysis of household water consumption and their forecast. The emphasis is mainly on analysing water consumption patterns between household of individual and multi-apartment objects. Thesis consists of a theoretical and practical part.
The theoretical part cover a general description of water consumption and essential legislation which regulate drinking water supply. There are presented main sectors of water consumption (more detail in households) and further consumption uneveness in different time periods.
The practical part include the presentation of the water supply system area operated by the Komunalno podjetje Velenje,d.o.o. and analisys of the selected area using the Manifold System release 8.0, program for geographic information system and spreadsheet processing program Microsoft Excel. Based on data from Komunalno podjetje Velenje, their supply area was divided into the water consumption by sectors for the year 2016, subsequently, the trend of sold water quantities in the past five-year period and the variation trend in selected units (m3 per inhabitant) were analyzed. As part of the analysis three district metering areas (DMA) in different type of settlement were selected, within which the standard of consumption according to the type of setlement was calculated and compared.