Smart City Water Sustainability

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Sponsors Itron, Inc.
Team Name H2WOAH
Duration 2018 - 2019
Faculty Adviser
  • Dr. Behnaz Rezaie
Mentor
  • Tyler Young
Client
  • University of Idaho Facilities
Team Members
  • Henry Hill
  • Clarice Gentillion
  • Conal Thie

The goal of the project is to create and implement a data acquisition system in a University of Idaho cooling tower. The system will consist of a variety of sensors and a master device. The sensors will be collecting data on air temperature, humidity, and water flow rate.


Problem Definition[edit]

Within the University of Idaho’s cooling towers, there is no way to measure water loss from evaporation. There is no way to determine how efficient our tower is performing. Furthermore, once a system to collect the evaporated water is put in place, there is no way to measure its effectiveness.


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Project Schedule

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