This book includes information regarding, utility rate studies, Water and sewer network analysis and mapping and design. Microcomputer are finding an increasing role in the operation of water and wastewater plants. Their typical initial uses are in word processing, report writing, correspondence, inventory control and general book keeping functions.

chapter 1|17 pages

An Introduction to Computers

ByBrice Carnahan, Eugene A. Glysson

chapter 2|8 pages

Selecting a Computer and Software: A User’s Viewpoint

ByDan Phillip Wolz

chapter 3|7 pages

Use of Computers in Water Supply Regulation

ByK. James, P.E. Cleland, Karen Kalinowski

chapter 4|9 pages

Operations Control Using Microcomputers

ByRolf A. Deininger

chapter 5|8 pages

Using Computers for Process Control at Small Treatment Plants

ByPhillip Loud

chapter 6|14 pages

Using Computers for Process Control at Large Treatment Plants

ByDavid C. Mohler

chapter 7|13 pages

Automation of the Water and Sewer Billing Process

ByRobert McVay, Charles Secrest

chapter 8|12 pages

Utility Rate Studies – Development of User Charge Systems

ByDavid J. Vaclavik

chapter 9|8 pages

Water Network Analyses

ByPaul Shay

chapter 10|15 pages

d Computer Aided Mapping and Design

ByMohinder N. Kumra

chapter 11|17 pages

d Power Usage Optimization and Control by Computer

ByThomas S. Ritter

chapter 12|4 pages

d Operation and Maintenance Using a Computer in a Small Plant

ByWilliam R. Gramlich

chapter 13|14 pages

The Realities of Computerizing Maintenance Activities at the Detroit Wastewater Plant

ByHarry W. Bierig, Timothy W. Roe, Donald A. Stickel