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Biorig logger data


Biorig logger data for mains and stormwater rigs at Mawson Lakes site for the Infrastructure and Aesthetics component of the MARSUO Project.


Infrastructure Engineering and Asset Management


https://doi.org/10.25919/5c36d9788c02d


11 Sep 2012


19 Dec 2013


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Inlet and return water temperatures were monitored by T-type mineral insulated metal sheathed stainless steel thermocouples 3mm – TC Measurement and Control (±1%). pH was monitored using SensoreX pH electrodes - flat surface CPVC (±10%). Electrical conductivity was monitored using Thermo Fisher Scientific Alpha Cond 500 connected to a Thermo Fisher Scientific stainless steel conductivity electrode (±5%) and SensoreX ORP electrode sensors (±10%) monitored redox potential. Amplification of pH and ORP sensor signals was via Heaston Electronics self powered pH pre amplifiers (PHAMP-A30). Data was logged at 5 minute intervals using a DT85 DataTaker logger. Remote connection to the logger was made using a NetComm Ltd industrial router (NTC-6908) fitted with a Telstra 3G SIM card. Remote web access to the logger (for data transfer) was via DataTaker deX software through the internet using a dynamic DNS Host (dyndns.com).


This study was supported by The Goyder Institute for Water Research. The Managed Aquifer Recharge and Stormwater Use Options (MARSUO) research project was supported under the Raising National Water Standards Program through the National Water Commission, and by the CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country Flagship Research Program, the Goyder Institute for Water Research, Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resources Management Board and United Water International. Data were provided by the City of Salisbury, SA Water Corporation and CSIRO.


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Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resource Management Board (Australia), Allwater (Australia), City of Salisbury (Australia), CSIRO (Australia), Flinders University (Australia), Goyder Institute for Water Research (Australia), National Water Commission (Australia), SA Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources (Australia), SA Water (Australia), University of Adelaide (Australia), University of South Australia (Australia)


CSIRO (2014): Biorig logger data. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection. 102.100.100/16068 https://doi.org/10.25919/5c36d9788c02d


All Rights (including copyright) CSIRO Australia 2014.


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About this Project

1006.12 MARSUO Task 4 Infrastruc & Aesth


Project entitled "Managed Aquifer Recharge and Stormwater Use Options Project". Investigated public health and environmental risks, impacts on pipes, public acceptance, and economics of a number of different options for using stormwater via managed aquifer recharge. The project was supported under the Raising National Water Standards Program throug... more


Grace Tjandraatmadja


Investigation of stormwater impact on water quality and distribution infrastructure


The Parafield stormwater harvesting, managed aquifer recharge and reuse scheme operated by the City of Salisbury was used to examine various pipe materials found in water distribution systems and to evaluate the potential for biofouling and chemical precipitation for treated stormwater using material swatches.


Experiment


Recirculating water pipe rigs


CSIRO


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