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Decreasing the Discolouration Risk of Drinking Water Distribution Systems through Optimised Topological Changes and Optimal Flow Velocity Control. / Abraham, Edo; Blokker, EJM; Stoianov, Ivan.

In: Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 144, No. 10, 04017093, 02.2018.

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Abraham E, Blokker EJM, Stoianov I. Decreasing the Discolouration Risk of Drinking Water Distribution Systems through Optimised Topological Changes and Optimal Flow Velocity Control. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. 2018 Feb;144(10). 04017093. Available from, DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)WR.1943-5452.0000878

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Abraham, Edo ; Blokker, EJM ; Stoianov, Ivan. / Decreasing the Discolouration Risk of Drinking Water Distribution Systems through Optimised Topological Changes and Optimal Flow Velocity Control. In: Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. 2018 ; Vol. 144, No. 10.

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