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TC70003E Environmental Engineering Assignment

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TC70003E Environmental Engineering Assignment

TC70003E Environmental Engineering Assignment

Tasks:

You are expected to build a model for water distribution systems (WDS) based on the data from a real-world case study, and then calibrate the built model and finally write up a report based on the requirements outlined below. The assignment must be written as a structured report with a range between 1000 and 2500 words ±10% (excluding figures/tables/references/appendices) and maximum 10 pages (including figures/tables/references). Other materials more than 10 pages (e.g. supporting documents, calculations or other figures/tables) should be placed in the appendices if needed and they should be referred in the main report. Please bear in mind that similarity will be strictly checked by the module leader/examiner and Turnitin software tool once you submit your assignment. The structure of the report is suggested as follows:

  1. Build the 24hrs extended period simulation EPANET model for a given real-life water distribution system. The data required for this is given in Appendix A. EPANET software can be downloaded for free from http://www2.epa.gov/water-research/epanet.
  2. Calibrate and validate this model for unknown Hazen-Williams pipe roughness coefficients by using the measurement data obtained from sensor measurements for pressure and flow within the network (see Appendix B). It is up to you to choose/define a suitable calibration approach including: (a) suitable set of parameters to calibrate for, (b) total error and/or other statistic(s) used to assess the calibration success and (c) a suitable calibration method (trial and error, optimisation based or something else).
  3. Write up the report summarising the following:
  4. Submit the EPANET input file of the validated simulation model.

Assessment criteria:

You are required to do the given assignment as summative assessment (report) based on knowledge and understanding of the topics. The coursework mark will be based on the report/the quality of the calibrated model submitted which will be assessed as follows:

    1. Knowledge of subject incl. literature review (20%)
    2. Methodology adopted and its presentation (20%)
    3. Results obtained (quality of the calibrated model) and their critical discussion (40%)
    4. Conclusions (10%)
    5. General report structure, presentation, clarity of writing and use of figures, tables and references (10%)

Submission:

  1. Report should be submitted to Turnitin before the above deadline.

2.     EPANET input file of the calibrated model needs to be submitted to Dr Kourosh Behzadian by email (kourosh.behzadian@uwl.ac.uk) before the above deadline.

You will find a link to the Turnitin Assignment from the Assessments area of the Blackboard course menu. You will need to ensure that your assessment is uploaded as a single document, and in the correct format (e.g. a Word document or PDF – the acceptable file formats are displayed on screen when you come to submit via Turnitin). You should refer to Module Study Guide for further information and regulation of submission through Turnitin. 

Marking:

The assignment will be marked according to the standard marking grid. General Marking Scheme is as follows:

%

Descriptor

 

86 - 100 

The standard achieved is exceptional and the work provides clear evidence that the knowledge, understanding and skills are at a level appropriate to the level of study. There is evidence showing that all the learning outcomes appropriate to that level are achieved with many at an exceptional standard. 

76 - 85 

The standard achieved is outstanding and the work provides clear evidence that the knowledge, understanding and skills are at a level appropriate to the level of study. There is evidence showing that all the learning outcomes appropriate to that level are achieved with many at an outstanding standard.

70 - 75 

The standard achieved is excellent and the work provides clear evidence that the knowledge, understanding and skills are at a level appropriate to the level of study. There is evidence showing that all the learning outcomes appropriate to that level are achieved with many at an excellent standard. 

65 - 69 

The standard achieved is very good and the work provides clear evidence that the knowledge, understanding and skills are at a level appropriate to the level of study. There is evidence showing that all the learning outcomes appropriate to that level are achieved with many at a very good standard 

60 - 64 

The standard achieved is good and the work provides evidence that the knowledge, understanding and skills are at a level appropriate to the level of study. There is evidence showing that all the learning outcomes appropriate to that level are achieved with many at a good standard 

55 - 59 

The standard achieved is satisfactory and the work provides evidence that the knowledge, understanding and skills are at a level appropriate to the level of study. There is evidence showing that all the learning outcomes appropriate to that level are achieved with many at a satisfactory standard 

50 - 54 

The standard achieved is acceptable and the work provides evidence that the knowledge, understanding and skills are at a level appropriate to the level of study. There is evidence showing that all the learning outcomes appropriate to that level are achieved mostly at an acceptable standard

45 - 49 

The standard achieved is acceptable and the work provides evidence that the knowledge, understanding and skills are at a level appropriate to the level of study. There is evidence showing that all the learning outcomes appropriate to that level are achieved though quite a few are only achieved at a basic standard

40 - 44 Marginal pass

The standard achieved is basic and the work provides evidence that the knowledge, understanding and skills are at a level appropriate to the level of study. There is evidence showing that all the learning outcomes appropriate to that level are achieved mostly at a basic standard

35 - 39 Marginal

fail

The standard achieved is weak and the work provides evidence of insufficient knowledge, understanding and/or skills appropriate to the level of study, although some of the learning outcomes appropriate to that level are achieved

30 - 34 

The standard achieved is very weak and the work provides evidence of insufficient knowledge, understanding and/or skills appropriate to the level of study. The evidence shows that some of the learning outcomes appropriate to that level are achieved OR that none is achieved but there is evidence that many of the learning outcomes may be almost achieved. 

20 - 29 

The standard achieved is unacceptable and the work provides little evidence of the knowledge, understanding and/or skills appropriate to the level of study. The evidence shows that few, if any, of the learning outcomes appropriate to that level are achieved. 

10 - 19 

The standard achieved is unacceptable and the work provides very little evidence of the knowledge, understanding and/or skills appropriate to the level of study. The evidence shows that very few, if any, of the learning outcomes appropriate to that level are achieved. 

0-9

The standard achieved is unacceptable and the work provides negligible or no evidence of the knowledge, understanding and/or skills appropriate to the level of study. The evidence fails to show that any of the learning outcomes appropriate to that level are achieved.

Appendix A. Simulation Model Data

Network layout

Table 1. Network Pipe Data

Network Pipe Data

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