Water Networks Management: New Perspectives
AbstractReal water losses in water distribution systems may well be considered a potential water resource, as the significant water volumes being wasted through these physical losses should be replaced eventually. Advanced tools and strategies can be used for the efficient and sustainable management of water resources toward circular economy. The present Special Issue presents new perspectives for water networks management. The 10 peer-reviewed papers collected in this Special Issue have been grouped in two categories—drinking water supply systems and water resources and irrigation systems. These papers are being briefly presented in this Editorial. View Full-Text
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Kanakoudis, V.; Tsitsifli, S. Water Networks Management: New Perspectives. Water 2019, 11, 239.
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Kanakoudis, Vasilis; Tsitsifli, Stavroula. 2019. "Water Networks Management: New Perspectives." Water 11, no. 2: 239.
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