Published 2007 by American Water Works Association, Science and Technology in Denver, Colo .
Written in EnglishRead online
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||R. Bruce Billings, C. Vaughan Jones.|
|Contributions||Jones, Clive Vaughan.|
|LC Classifications||HD4456 .B55 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007025815|
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Peak water demand. Water demand forecasting is becoming an essential tool for the design, operation, and management of water-supply systems in activities such as: planning new developments or system expansion; estimating the size and operation of reservoirs, pumping stations, and pipe capacities; and for urban water management issues (pricing policies and water Cited by: In broad terms, approaches to water demand forecasting can be categorised as end-use forecasting, econometric forecasting, and time series forecasting (Saleba, ).
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There are many existing, general purpose models for the forecasting of time series. However, until now, only a small number of experimental studies exist whose goal is to select the forecasting model for a daily, urban water demand series.
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We demonstrate this issue by comparing forecast models. Urban water districts in Southern California purchase imported water at about $ per cubic meter ( prices), and residential rates vary from about $ at the Irvine Ranch Water District, which has access to local ground water, to about $ per cubic meter for the City of San Diego, which imports nearly all its water.
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