2012 Asia Pacific Conference
This week’s 2012 Asia Pacific Water and Sewer Systems Modelling Conference brought together world leaders in water and sewer network modelling, network management and optimisation, and asset management. Attendees learnt the latest practices, technologies, solutions and regulations in the water/wastewater industries, networked on a global scale and created valuable relationships with industry peers.
Innovyze would like to extend our thanks to all involved in the conference and is pleased to make available a selection of presentations that were given at the event.
Click on an image below to download a PDF version of each presentation.
Miami Dade Water and Sewer Department – Mark Wilton
Review & Design of the Apia Pressure Sewer System – Jammie Saena & Paul Edwards
Water Supply Planning for the Fastest Growing Town Centre in New Zealand – Pricilla Chung & Clare Dickinson
Multi-Year Simulations with InfoSWMM – David Richardson
Understand the Catchment to Understand Your Wastewater Model – Tony Bamford
The Quest for Consistently Incorrect Models – Nick Brown
Post-Earthquake Modelling of the Christchurch Wastewater Network – Mark Groves & Wen Hou
Pipe Information Management System – Andrew Nixon
Prioritising and reporting CCTV in Christchurch City using InfoNet – Andy Gibson
Application of Tools to Identify the Source of I&I – Graeme Pool
I/I Analysis & Water Balance Modelling – Paul Edwards
Water New Zealand, Modelling SIG Update – Brian Robinson
Intelligent Networks and the Role of Modelling – Andrew Chapman
Using Hydraulic Models to Aid the Earthquake Recovery – Dan Johnson
Smarter than the Average Network – Roger Crozier
Rosewood Wastewater Catchment Optimisation – Chris Siddel and Joel Wilson