You can download the dateset from this link.
- 2018 SCADA.xlsx” historical dataset (also in CSV): The historical data have been collected for the period 2018-01-01 00:00 until 2018-12-31 23:55, at 5-minute time steps The SCADA dataset is comprised of the water tank level, the flow sensors, the AMR measurements and the pressure sensors.
- “2018 Leak Report.txt” (TXT): The repair times of pipe bursts that have been fixed are provided.
- “L-Town.inp” EPANET Model (INP): A model of the network is provided with nominal parameters for all the system elements. The nominal base demands for each node are based on average historical metered consumption. In general, the difference between the actual and the nominal values for each consumer type (residential and commercial) is less than 10%. Weekly demand profiles for two consumer types (residential and commercial) are also provided, however they do not capture the yearly seasonality. Furthermore, the EPANET model parameters may be different from the actual network parameters (e.g., diameters, roughness coefficients), and it is assumed than in general this difference is no greater than 10% of the nominal values.
- “2019 SCADA.xlsx” evaluation Dataset (also in CSV): The evaluation data have been collected for the period 2019-01-01 00:00 until 2019-12-31 23:55, at 5-minute time steps. The SCADA dataset is comprised of the water tank level, the flow sensors, the AMR measurements and the pressure sensors. This dataset will be used for the evaluation of the competing leakage detection methodologies, and will be disclosed within January 2020.
- Three (3) flow sensors exist in the system, two at the DMA inflows and one at the pump. Measurement units: cubic meters per hour (CMH).
- 33 pressure sensors exist in the system which give the average pressure of the last 5 minutes at the sensor location. The pressure sensors were placed using a methodology which maximizes the collective sensitivity of the sensors to any possible leak. Measurement units: meters (m).
- One (1) water level sensor has been installed in the tank. Measurement units: meters (m)
- 82 AMRs installed in “Area C” which give the aggregated consumption from a number of consumers in the AMR area Measurement units: Liters per hour (L/h).
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