Thursday, June 03, 2010
I am reading a new European book on water supply systems and they are designing large buildings and factories networks not on the basis of water demand, but on the probability of water demand. The whole calculation is probabilistic. What is the probability that ten appliances would be actuated at the same time? I didnt know this approach, it is very interesting. At an age when my Greek homologue had already enjoyed decades in worriless retirement, I am learning probabilistic design of large water supply systems. Having fasted more than forty days, my senses are sharper than ever and my mind, desperate.