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Old   January 27, 2002, 08:10
Default uptodate water distribution network
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fredius,magige,tanzanian,(e.a)
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"A compatible water distribution Network software mag,a hybridized software"

Hybridized, Mag, software paying attention; human resource at low level and timeless consumes. It doesn't go iteration as other do. Mag covers, many excluded, water demand data collection and well managed. And, solve the common, unplanned Urbans, developing countries' problems.

The mushroom of science and technology has to vary from, and base on; • Economy development, • Human settlement pattern, • High rural –urban migration, • Unplanned cities and towns, and • Poor and low living standard of the societies.

northern countries to southern countries. Formal sector and informal sectors that provide water service at both qualitative and quantitatively, indeed, failed to narrow the gap while noting that, water is a central of all development activities in the past, present and the coming years' world. A lively imagination of computer technology in water resource has boosted water distribution network design. Hard cross approach is among of the approach employed to serve designer's capabilities through software development. Many of these tools has got some weakens especially those borrowed , not originated from southern countries, from northern countries. Although the cities and towns of the first world countries regulated and planned their software excluded the technology on how to collect the water demand data, and still their software rely on data interring repetition, "iteration –phenomena", and, is wastage of time and energy as well. That's to say, the third world countries whose settlements are purely conurbation and non regulated, estimation of water demand and its all role of data collection are difficulties and time consumes in desk and in the field. A hybridized, mag, software developed and introduced to make a greatly enjoyment in all mentioned and defined above areas. Apart from these, it is less human resource requirement and it also not limited to presence and future expansion base on operation and maintenance in point of views.

Moreover, the mag software is grouped into two areas. The first one concern collection of water demand data and what it is related, such as manipulation and distribution accordingly to the life style of communal members, geophysical zonations and its destination, socioeconomy of the area, and design and construction based on either phases or not. The availability of land for underlying pipes and accessibility during construction and operation (repair and maintenance) phases are necessary to be considered, and are important to the unplanned cities and towns in developing countries to which the matters are complicated and challangeble one when demolishment and compensation are not exclusive in investment point. Consideration of socioeconomiy of the communial zoned areas are viewed in terms of lateral pipe connections as nobody alike to be connected so far rather than the nearby lateral which save the encared cost during installation and operation (flow resistance as a function of pipe's length). Enhence, this technique approach invited to reduce ,at the best, a unobserved and ambiguous of length, diameter and leakage as a functional element of the two.

The second area although need the precious of the first area (data collection), it is designed in a manner of considering global and individual zonation data in another hand, tackled through: • Population growth rate and design period • Water demand per capita and design velocity. • Water leakage factor and fire fighting factor, and • Number of zonations (areas) and number of pipes. Areas and nodes are identified in technical manner which pipe named accordingly to the two identifies. This technique minimizes errors and time used in data inputs and repetitions are reduced at zero level. Knowing the discharge in pipe is the matter of first classification area. End node and flow rate direction is the matter of second area classification. As a designer many times it has to be born in mind where to locate raised tank or a boosting pump to serve a communities water demand and at the same time you need to know the pressure at the near node and the far away node. These are not the only cases considered in pipe system but also needed in household's appartures considerations. Perhaps this is another area initial-and –end nodes regarded to. And lastly, the software developed in order to know the flow rate in quantity and direction of the flow. It is analogous to electricity current. Water tends to be more available where there are low flow- rate resistance. All flow rate and directions are considered accordingly to that resistance, thus, those having less resistance is preferable. Among of the preferable, the one having more resistance considered in network {loops} design and has to meet flow rate and other design criteria. Sometimes, some variable of unknown, more than one could be arisen, matrix approach are introduced to take care when seems so.

Thus, the software attended to address, handle, presenting and focus on; • Water demand data collection technique • Protecting the wastage of water resource • Reduce water demand conflict • Provide a good controlling and handling of design data either at a whole set or at a zonal format • Narrow a gap of transferring of technology ,at the best level of consideration, from northern to southern countries • Solve the common, unplanned cities and towns, of developing countries' problems • It could, in future, matched to automation measurement technology • Take human resource and her time at minimum level of consideration .

The development of mag, hybridized, software and its implementation in the ground is a step toward a better enjoyment of our technology and our water resource. .

CURRICULUM VITAE

1. PERSONAL DETAILS.

TITLE: Mr. LAST NAME: MAGIGE SANAI MIDLE NAME JOSEPH FIRST NAME: FREDIUS SEX MALE. MARITAL STATUS: SINGLE. NATIONALITY: TANZANIAN. RELIGION: CHRISTIAN. DATE OF BIRTH: 25th MAY, 1974. PLACE OF BIRTH: IKIZU, MUSOMA PERMANENT CONTACT ADDRESS: FREDIUS MAGIGE,

c/o SAMUEL MPONDA

SDA CHURCH,

P.O. BOX 45195, DAR ES SALAAM.

Mobile 0741 274240 (nighttime)

Email:

sanaimagige@hotmail.com B. Sc. Degree in Environmental Engineering Course Coverage( majors)

1.Environmental Pollution Control Engineering

2.Water Resources Engineering

3.Computer courses (included c and c++ programming)

4.Environmental Impact and Planning Assessment ,and

5.General Engineering

2. EDUCATION PROFILE.

SEPT, 1997-AUGUST, 2001: FOUR- YEAR DEGREE PROGRAMME.

B.Sc. Environmental Engineering, University of Dar es Salaam. JULY, 1993- MAY, 1995: ADVANCED LEVEL SECONDARY EDUCATIO Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (ACSEE), Pugu high school. JAN, 1989-NOV, 1992: ORDINARY LEVEL SECONDARY EDUCATION

Certificate of Secondary school Education School,

(CSSE), Moshi Technical Secondary School.

3.WORKS EXPERIENCES

A: INDUSTRIAL WORK

1995May~1996 Nov.:

Off -loading clerk, Loading clerk and Weigh bridge clerk

Industry: Virian Tanzania Ltd,

BOX 299

BUNDA

B: PROJECTS/ WORK FIELDWORK 1997 (SEMESTER I): Sanitation. Case study: Dar Es Salaam City.

1998 (SEMESTER II) Solid Waste Management

Solid Waste Management in a Community.

Case study: Mwenge kijijini, Dar Es Salaam.

1998 (SEMESTER III) Design : Water supply and Wastewater Collection Systems for a Building. Water Supply System for a Community.

Case study: Mbezi Beach , Dar Es Salaam.

1999 (SEMESTER IV) Design :

Sewerage and Drainage Systems for a Township.

Water Retaining Structure for a Community.

Case study: Manzese, Dar Es Salaam.

1999 (SEMESTER V) Assessment : Communicable Diseases and Engineering Control Proposals

Case study: Mwananyamala Community.

2000 (SEMESTER VI) Design:

Domestic Water Treatment Plant.

Case study: Changanyikeni, Dar Es Salaam.

2000 (SEMESTER VII) Design : Wastewater Treatment Plant (BIOFILTER).

Case study: Sinza, Dar Es salaam.

2001 (SEMESTER VIII) Dissertation ( Research Work ) :

GREENHOUSE GASES EMISSION, IN CASE OF CO2 AND SO2, FROM CHARCOAL

Case study: Residential Areas in Dar Es Salaam

C: WORKSHOP TRAINING

1997 to 2001 Undertaking B.Sc.Environmental Engineering studies

University College of Lands and Architectural Studies (UCLAS).

1997 to 1998 Attended a one year Workshop Training

Faculty of Engineering of University of Dar es Salaam.

D: INDUSTRIAL TRAINING

1999 July-August Practical Training at Morogoro Municipality;

1. Designing:

Drainage System and

Arbittor WasteWater Treatment-Soak away Unit

2. Analysis water supply

Water Treatment Plant

2000, July-Sept Practical Training at Arusha Industries:

1. Irrigation Engineering works:

Piping systems

Water analysis

Wastewater analysis,etc

Arusha Cutting and Arusha Flowers

2. Construction of:

Beams,

Columns,

Floors, and

Stairs .

Jandu Construction company Limited, Arusha.

4. COMPUTER LITERACY:

Operating Systems (MSDOS, WINDOWS),

Word Processing,

Spreadsheet,

Database and

Computer Programming: C and

C++

5. LANGUAGES Kiswahili Fluent English Fluent

6. REFEREES. 1. Dr. Msafiri Jackson, Dean of faculty, Faculty of Lands and Environmental Engineering, UCLAS, P.O BOX 35176, DAR ES SALAAM Telex +255 022 2775479 Telephone +255 022 26275025004 Mobile: +255 22 744263995 E-mail: msafiri@uclas.co.tz

2. Dr. F.L Mwanuzi, Head, Department of Environmental Engineering, UCLAS, Box 35131, Dar es salaam. Tel: +255 22 241033 (Home) Tel: +255 22 2775249 (Office) Fax:+255 22 2410029 (Office) Mobile: +255 22 7411292377 E-mail: mwanuzi@wrep.udsm.ac.tz

3. Prof. D.A, Mashauri, Head, Water Sector, Faculty of Engineering, University of Dar Es Salaam, BOX 35131 Dar Es Salaam. Mobile Phone +255 22 744283207 Fax + 255 22 2410029

4. Mr. Joseph Jidesheni, Tax Collector, Tanzania Revenue Authority, BOX 16333 Dar Es Salaam Mobile Phone +255 22 741 274042

I, MAGIGE S.J. F, hereby declare that the above information is true
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