International Journal of
Water Resources and Environmental Engineering

  • Abbreviation: Int. J. Water Res. Environ. Eng.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2141-6613
  • DOI: 10.5897/IJWREE
  • Start Year: 2009
  • Published Articles: 307

Table of Content: June 2010; 4(2)

June 2010

Comparison of pollutant levels in effluent from wastewater treatment plants in Blantyre, Malawi

  In Malawi, the requirement to treat wastewater is underscored by the existing regulatory framework, institutional arrangements, and policy guidelines. In addition, formalized national effluent standards exist. This study was conducted to determine the pollutant levels in effluent from municipal wastewater treatment plants in the city of Blantyre, Malawi, and to compare these with Government of Malawi...

Author(s): Victor Chipofya, Andrzej Kraslawski and Yury Avramenko

  • Article Number: B62642C1696

June 2010

Modeling hydropower plant system to improve its reservoir operation

  One way of improving water management is increasing the efficiency of utilization of dam reservoirs. Even small improvement in reservoir operation can lead to large benefits. But there is no universal solution for reservoir operation problems. Hence, it is necessary to study the system and determine optimal reservoir operation guides for each scheme. In the present study, Melka Wakana Hydropower Plant in...

Author(s): T. G. Bosona and G. Gebresenbet

  • Article Number: 3424C7E1713

June 2010

Prediction of water table depth in a hard rock basin by using artificial neural network

  The objectives of this study were to determine the factors that influence and control the water table fluctuation in a specific geomorphologic situation, to develop a forecasting model and examine its potential in predicting water table depth using limited data. Prediction of region specific water table fluctuation would certainly guide the way towards conceiving, designing and taking scientific measures to...

Author(s): Ranu Rani Sethi, A. Kumar, S. P. Sharma and H. C. Verma

  • Article Number: F4998981720

June 2010

The influence of water and sewage networks on residential water consumption

  In this study a real case is used in order to evaluate the effect of the factors controlling the residential water demand in one of the suburb of the state of Kuwait. The study investigates the effect of having or not having water and sewage networks on the water demand. The importance of this study arises from the difference between the two studies residential areas in which one of them contains complete and...

Author(s): Falah A. Almottiri and Falah M. Wegian

  • Article Number: 34B8D271729