Intermittent Supply

Abstract Based on a thorough literature review, and analysis carried out in practice exposes the dynamics of supply Intermittent making clear the apparent contradiction in intermittent supplies where the pressure is inversely proportional to demand, and flow in supply system. For more information see Nike. This was necessary to analyze some locations nationally and internationally and study which are the causes and consequences that arise that a supply is operated intermittently. In researching what it takes to solve this problem arises the need to implement a technical management system to minimize the difficulties of intermittency, because our country is not able to take on this challenge. Keywords: catering, flow, pressure, technical management, system, network. Introduction Many of the water distribution systems of several developing countries can not provide water service 24 hours a day to all consumers at the same time.

Usually done on a rotational basis, supplying from time to time, for a few hours, a particular sector in which they were divided cities. This service is performed by cycles, which varies according to time and area to which it is providing the service, both time and there is a flash as zonal. o. Therefore the user is forced to store water to meet the needs of the days when the service is not provided. From the moment the system behaves differently, the download is free of deposits under atmospheric pressure as the pressurized system does not work, with widespread use. In this situation the claims are not based on the specific needs of consumers, but depend on the pressure in the system, changing the dynamics of the functioning of these systems.