Tailored for civil and sanitary engineers, this course delves into the design and operation of water storage tanks, addressing their purpose, regulations, sizing, location, and features, thereby equipping students with the knowledge to ensure reliable water supply and cost efficiency within communities.
Offering a strong knowledge base of finished water storage tanks and reservoirs’ design and functionality, this course addresses the pivotal role these structures play in upholding a dependable provision of potable water under high pressure to communities. Notably, these storage solutions confer fiscal advantages by minimizing the scale of necessary pumping facilities and curbing energy consumption.
This Continuing Education Course Covers The Following Topics:
- Purpose and function of water storage tanks
- Regulations and industry standards
- Elevated vs. ground storage tanks
- Tank sizing and turnover
- Tank location, configuration
- Mixing considerations
- Regular Inspection
Author: Mark N. Ludwigson, PE, PMP
Course Number: 378
Course Hours: 2 PDH