How to cite: Moldovan, A.M., Bratanovici, C. (2020) Monitorisation of Medias Hydrotecnical System in Order to Optimise Requirements for Water Use. 2020 ”Air and Water – Components of the Environment” Conference Proceedings, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, p. 169-176,
MONITORISATION OF MEDIAS HYDROTECNICAL SYSTEM
IN ORDER TO OPTIMISE REQUIREMENTS FOR WATER USE
Adriana M. MOLDOVAN, Cristian BRATANOVICI
ABSTRACT. – Water is part of the great triad that gives and sustains life on earth: water, air, and soil. The disappearance of any of these elements also generates the disappearance of life. In the case of water, the National Administration "Apele Române" takes care of the management of the national resources, both qualitatively and quantitatively. Knowing that the water management has to be efficient and prompt as possible, borned the idea of an integrated system that allows this to happen quickly and correctly, called the WATMAN system. This system includes, in an operational way, the entire Romanian qualitative and quantitative water management activity, giving the possibility to take urgent and necessary decisions in different moments of crisis. In order to do that data surveillance and processing must be constant. This is why quality and quantity sensors will be installed in relevant locations. This data will be sent to regional dispatch centers, where after being processed and correlated, staff will be able to make the appropriate decisions for the good management of this important resource that is water. Quantity and quality sensors will be distributed across the 51 stations spread across the national perimeter that will be connected to the 11 regional dispatch centers of the ABAs across the country. At the ABA level, the data received from sensors will be stored in a database and processed in order to take urgent water management decisions. In order to be able to go through this complex system it is necessary to have special programs for each category of data (qualitative and quantitative), water flow rate, accumulation volume, groundwater and surface water quality, which would allow the results to be correlated and the decision taken.
Keywords: hydrotecnical system, information system, water quality
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