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Dídia Covas
Dídia Covas
Full Professor, CERIS, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa
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The dynamic effect of pipe-wall viscoelasticity in hydraulic transients. Part II—Model development, calibration and verification
D Covas, IN Stoianov, JF Mano, H Ramos, N Graham, C Maksimovic
Journal of Hydraulic Research 43 (1), 56-70, 2005
2992005
The dynamic effect of pipe-wall viscoelasticity in hydraulic transients. Part I—Experimental analysis and creep characterization
D Covas, I Stoianov, H Ramos, N Graham, C Maksimovic
Journal of Hydraulic Research 42 (5), 517-532, 2004
2432004
Standing wave difference method for leak detection in pipeline systems
D Covas, H Ramos, AB De Almeida
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 131 (12), 1106-1116, 2005
2292005
Case studies of leak detection and location in water pipe systems by inverse transient analysis
D Covas, H Ramos
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 136 (2), 248-257, 2010
2102010
Surge damping analysis in pipe systems: modelling and experiments
H Ramos, D Covas, A Borga, D Loureiro
Journal of hydraulic Research 42 (4), 413-425, 2004
1822004
Parameters affecting water-hammer wave attenuation, shape and timing—Part 1: Mathematical tools
A Bergant, AS Tijsseling, JP Vítkovský, DIC Covas, AR Simpson, ...
Journal of Hydraulic Research 46 (3), 373-381, 2008
1742008
Analysis of PVC pipe-wall viscoelasticity during water hammer
AK Soares, DI Covas, LF Reis
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 134 (9), 1389-1394, 2008
1542008
Parameters affecting water-hammer wave attenuation, shape and timing—Part 2: Case studies
A Bergant, AS Tijsseling, JP Vítkovský, DIC Covas, AR Simpson, ...
Journal of Hydraulic Research 46 (3), 382-391, 2008
1152008
Inverse transient analysis for leak detection and calibration of water pipe systems modelling special dynamic effects
DIC Covas
Imperial College London (University of London), 2003
982003
Leak detection by inverse transient analysis in an experimental PVC pipe system
AK Soares, DIC Covas, LFR Reis
Journal of Hydroinformatics 13 (2), 153-166, 2011
962011
Water hammer in pressurized polyethylene pipes: conceptual model and experimental analysis
D Covas, I Stoianov, H Ramos, N Graham, Č Maksimović, D Butler
Urban Water Journal 1 (2), 177-197, 2004
912004
Modeling of chlorine decay in drinking water supply systems using EPANET MSX
L Monteiro, D Figueiredo, S Dias, R Freitas, D Covas, J Menaia, ...
Procedia Engineering 70, 1192-1200, 2014
852014
Hydraulic transients used for leakage detection in water distribution systems
D Covas, H Ramos
Proceedings of the 4th Conference on Water Pipeline Systems: Managing …, 2001
832001
CFD modeling of transient flow in pressurized pipes
NMC Martins, AK Soares, HM Ramos, DIC Covas
Computers & Fluids 126, 129-140, 2016
742016
Application of hydraulic transients for leak detection in water supply systems
D Covas, H Ramos, N Graham, C Maksimovic
Water Science and Technology: Water Supply 4 (5-6), 365-374, 2004
642004
Wavelet processing of transient signals for pipeline leak location and quantification
I Stoianov, B Karney, D Covas, C Maksimovic, N Graham
Proc. Intl. Conf. on Computing and Control for the Water Industry, Leicester …, 2001
612001
Urban water infrastructure asset management–a structured approach in four water utilities
MA Cardoso, MS Silva, ST Coelho, MC Almeida, DIC Covas
Water Science and Technology 66 (12), 2702-2711, 2012
562012
Water supply system performance for different pipe materials part I: water quality analysis
S Tamminen, H Ramos, D Covas
Water resources management 22, 1579-1607, 2008
562008
Velocity-distribution in pressurized pipe flow using CFD: Accuracy and mesh analysis
NMC Martins, NJG Carriço, HM Ramos, DIC Covas
Computers & Fluids 105, 218-230, 2014
532014
Prioritization of rehabilitation interventions for urban water assets using multiple criteria decision-aid methods
N Carriço, DIC Covas, MC Almeida, JP Leitão, H Alegre
Water Science and Technology 66 (5), 1007-1014, 2012
492012
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