Assessment Of Water Supply System: A Questioner Study

Jalal Nareeman, Barham and Othman Ahmed, Kaywan and Hama Karim, Peshang (2023) Assessment Of Water Supply System: A Questioner Study. Eurasian Journal of Science and Engineering, 9 (2).

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A universal water supply system was the subject of numerous studies in an effort to help designers create more reliable systems for long-term operation. These efforts also target the convenience of the systems in use in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq as well as the optimization of the region's entire construction distribution networks. This research aims to find out how people think about the quality, quantity, and problems with the water distribution systems (in Sulaimani City). The data was collected through a questionnaire by asking people various questions, and their opinions about the water distribution systems in the region, as well as the convenience of the systems used (continuous or intermittent) to deliver water. For accessing water in the intermittent water distribution system, around 44%, 28%, and 3% of the respondents have access to water once in three days, once in two days, and have no watering schedule for accessing water, respectively. During the week, the water is distributed in a continuous system. As it’s obvious from the duration of water distribution, in most of the intermittent water distribution systems, 56.2% of respondents have 2–3 hours of access to water. According to the frequency of water availability, approximately 25% and 7.5% have access to water for only one hour and less than one hour, respectively. Respondents with continuous systems don’t have any major problems with the drinking water's odor, taste, or color. Results show that 72% of them accept the provided water as safe, and the breakdown of the water pipelines is confirmed by all.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Water Supply; Continues; Intermittent; Quality; Quantity
Subjects: G Geography. Anthropology. Recreation > GE Environmental Sciences
Engineering > TA Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General)
Divisions: Eurasian Journal of Science and Engineering > VOL 9, NO 2 (2023)
Depositing User: ePrints deposit
Date Deposited: 25 Sep 2023 13:31
Last Modified: 25 Sep 2023 13:31

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