Establishment of an Inventory for the Life Cycle Cost (LCC) Analysis of a Water Supply System
AbstractThis paper aimed to develop an inventory that is necessary for the life cycle cost (LCC) analysis of a water supply system. Based on an established inventory system, data items for each asset category were defined. The water supply system was divided into pipelines, pumps and distribution facilities. Pipeline facilities that account for the majority of water supply systems were grouped, according to the purposes and functions of pipes, into conveyance facilities, transmission facilities, distribution facilities and supply facilities. The inventory of water supply systems were divided into five levels, and the higher the level, the more detailed facilities were classified. Basically, 12 items and diagnosis results were included in the system to distinguish the characteristics of each asset, and it was ensured that administrators could add or change items later if necessary. The data used in this study were established based on real data from the Yeong-Wol (YW) pipeline systems. View Full-Text
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Lee, H.; Shin, H.; Rasheed, U.; Kong, M. Establishment of an Inventory for the Life Cycle Cost (LCC) Analysis of a Water Supply System. Water 2017, 9, 592.
Lee H, Shin H, Rasheed U, Kong M. Establishment of an Inventory for the Life Cycle Cost (LCC) Analysis of a Water Supply System. Water. 2017; 9(8):592.Chicago/Turabian Style
Lee, Hyundong; Shin, Hongcheol; Rasheed, Usman; Kong, Myeongsik. 2017. "Establishment of an Inventory for the Life Cycle Cost (LCC) Analysis of a Water Supply System." Water 9, no. 8: 592.
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