The Ljubljana case study focuses on spatial analysis for sustainable drainage solutions based on hydraulic models for estimating water balance at the level of urban sub catchments, data analytics methods for groundwater level prediction and missing data imputation and visualization of geolocated data to facilitate spatial analysis.The Skiathos case study solution includes the urban water supply chain of the urban water cycle.
This refers to a series of processes relevant to the water quantity and quality from the drilling of groundwater to the water tap use. More specifically, the solution involves supervision of groundwater quality parameters: salinity, pH, temperature and a special complementary investigation for the drivers of mercury release and water supply and distribution hydraulic parameters – flow rates, pressure maps, WB components, such as leakage, theft, billed consumption, linked (nexus) energy consumption/waste, potential for savings of leakage, theft and pressure driven consumption.
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