Application of Decision Support Models in Asset Management of Sewer Networks: Framework and Case Study

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Tran, Huu Dung, Marlow, David and May, Robert (2010) Application of Decision Support Models in Asset Management of Sewer Networks: Framework and Case Study. In: Pipelines 2010 : Climbing New Peaks to Infrastructure Reliability--Renew, Rehab, and Reinvest. ASCE, Reston, Virginia , pp. 846-856.

Abstract

This paper presents a framework for application of modelling tools in an integrated approach to deal with the probabilistic manner of deterioration processes. The framework will assist industry towards implementation of integrated asset management approaches by addressing research and practical challenges such as (1) which assets should be inspected with high priority? and (2) how decision support models can be used to provide important information for various levels of asset management. The framework is applied to a case study relating to asset management of sewers and manholes. A preliminary result of statistical analysis on sewer data of the case study is also presented.

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ASCE conference proceedings

Item type Book Section
URI https://vuir.vu.edu.au/id/eprint/6771
Official URL http://content.asce.org/confrences/piplines2010/in...
ISBN 9780784411384
Subjects Historical > Faculty/School/Research Centre/Department > School of Engineering and Science
Historical > FOR Classification > 0905 Civil Engineering
Historical > SEO Classification > 9004 Water and Waste Services
Keywords ResPubID19509, asset management of sewers and manholes, deterioration processes, integrated asset management approaches, decision support models
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