Globally, it is estimated that the volume of unregistered water (ANR) every day reaches 45 million cubic meters, enough to supply 200 million people (Global Water Market, 2011).
This free course reviews, in its four modules, the latest trends in the diagnosis and control of ANRThe aim is to control both real and apparent losses, i.e. to reduce the volume lost due to leaks and to reduce the volume lost due to consumption measurement errors and fraud.
Profiles with an interest in developing or continuing to develop professionally in water technology and management and sustainable development, and who wish to contribute to optimizing the efficiency of the network and to contribute economic, environmental, socio-health and technological benefits.
Master the concepts related to network efficiency and non-revenue water.
Calculate network efficiency control ratios.
Diagnose the state of a network in terms of efficiency.
Design a management plan for minimizing the volume of unregistered water in a distribution system.
This MOOC presents the latest trends in the diagnosis and control of ANRThe aim is to control both real and apparent losses, i.e. to reduce the volume lost due to leaks and to reduce the volume lost due to consumption measurement errors and fraud.
All the concepts and considerations that must be taken into account in order to perform a correct diagnosis of the systembased on which an action plan will be designed to optimize its efficiency and maintain it over time.
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Below we highlight the expert or experts who accompany us for the realization of the MOOC.
Industrial Engineer, specializing in mechanics, Universidad Pontificia de Comillas.
Professionally, he has worked in different companies in the water sector, carrying out technical management tasks.
He is currently Director of Operations of Aguas de Murcia (EMUASA).
Chemical engineer from the Polytechnic University of Valencia.
His professional career has been developed mainly in the water sector and, specifically, in the areas of water efficiency and reduction of the volume of unregistered water.
She is currently the head of the Network Department in the Operations Department of Aguas de Murcia (EMUASA).
7 weeks - 25 hours
Certificate of participation from the Water School (free)
CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION (free)
Evaluation: it will be necessary to have passed at least 75% of the course activities (viewing the videos, materials and tests).
Acknowledgement: this certificate recognizes your participation in the MOOC and provides information about the contents of the course in which you have participated.
CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION OF THE WATER SCHOOL
Evaluation: it will be necessary to have passed at least 80% of the tests of all the modules and to have participated in the activity proposed in module 6.
Acknowledgement: This certificate acknowledges your participation and completion of the MOOC. The certificate provides information about the contents of the course passed.
Fee: 40€ (upon request).