Record nummer 2242155
Titel Maximum instantaneous water consumption
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L.J. Zwierstra, L.G.D. de Zee, P.L.M. de Coo, J.P. Muller, J. Stam, A. Schreur, J.T. van der Zwan
Auteur(s) Zwierstra, L.J. ; Zee, L.G.D. de ; Coo, P.L.M. de ; Muller, J.P. ; Stam, J. ; Schreur, A. ; Zwan, J.T. van der
Uitgever Nieuwegein : KIWA
Jaar van uitgave 1986
Pagina's 50 p
Titel van reeks Report (93)
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Publicatie type Boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) The Working Group on Instantaneous Water Consumption of the Committee on Distribution of KIWA performed measurements on the maximum instantaneous water consumption by a number of specific categories of consumers. Measurements were performed in residences, offices, schools, old age homes, nursing homes and sports complexes. The goal was that of determining whether it is reasonable, in designing feedlines to drinking water installations (still) to utilize the fl-method, used up to the present time. The conclusion of the Working Group is that design guidelines adapted to different situations should be provided. In addition, in the new guidelines, use is made of variables which should advantageously be followed in design.
Betrokken instanties KWR, Watercycle Research Institute
PWN Waterleidingbedrijf Noord-Holland
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