E.J.M. (Mirjam) Blokker
E.J.M. (Mirjam) Blokker
KWR Water Research Institute; Delft University of Technology
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Simulating residential water demand with a stochastic end-use model
EJM Blokker, JHG Vreeburg, JC Van Dijk
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 136 (1), 19-26, 2010
3252010
WHO Guidelines for Drinking Water Quality
G Medema, P Teunis, M Blokker, D Deere, A Davison, P Charles, JF Loret
Environmental Health Criteria, Cryptosporidium, Draft 2, 22-23, 2006
103*2006
Risk-based sensor placement for contaminant detection in water distribution systems
M Weickgenannt, Z Kapelan, M Blokker, DA Savic
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 136, 629, 2010
882010
Quantitative microbial risk assessment of distributed drinking water using faecal indicator incidence and concentrations
JHM van Lieverloo, EJ Blokker, G Medema
Journal of Water and Health 5 (S1), 131-149, 2007
882007
Estimation of the consumption of cold tap water for microbiological risk assessment
M Mons, J van der Wielen, M Blokker, M Sinclair, K Hulshof, F Dangendorf
Report of the Microrisk Project to the European Commission (contract EVK1-CT …, 2006
71*2006
Importance of demand modelling in network water quality models: a review
EJM Blokker, JHG Vreeburg, SG Buchberger, JC Van Dijk
Drinking Water Engineering and Science 1 (1), 27-38, 2008
622008
Modeling temperature in the drinking water distribution system
EJM Blokker, EJ Pieterse-Quirijns
Journal - American Water Works Association 105 (1), E19-E29, 2013
532013
Stochastic water demand modelling for a better understanding of hydraulics in water distribution networks
EJM Blokker
Water Management Academic Press, 2010
532010
Simulating nonresidential water demand with a stochastic end-use model
EJM Blokker, EJ Pieterse-Quirijns, JHG Vreeburg, JC Van Dijk
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 137 (6), 511-520, 2011
522011
Velocity-based self-cleaning residential drinking water distribution systems
JHG Vreeburg, EJM Blokker, P Horst, JC Van Dijk
Water Science and Technology: Water Supply 9 (6), 635-641, 2009
522009
The self-cleaning velocity in practice
EJM Blokker, JHG Vreeburg, PG Schaap, JC Van Dijk
Water Distribution Systems Analysis 2010, 187-199, 2010
492010
Risk Assessment of Cryptosporidium in Drinking Water
G Medema, P Teunis, M Blokker, D Deere, P Charles, JF Loret
World Health Organization, 143, 2009
452009
A bottom-up approach of stochastic demand allocation in water quality modelling
EJM Blokker, JHG Vreeburg, H Beverloo, M Klein Arfman, JC Van Dijk
Drinking Water Engineering and Science 3 (1), 43-51, 2010
372010
Radial transport processes as a precursor to particle deposition in drinking water distribution systems
P Van Thienen, JHG Vreeburg, EJM Blokker
Water research 45 (4), 1807-1817, 2011
362011
Models for generating household water demand pulses: Literature review and comparison
E Creaco, M Blokker, S Buchberger
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 143 (6), 04017013, 2017
352017
Residual chlorine in the extremities of the drinking water distribution system: the influence of stochastic water demands
M Blokker, J Vreeburg, V Speight
Procedia Engineering 70, 172-180, 2014
342014
QMRA in the drinking water distribution system
M Blokker, P Smeets, G Medema
Procedia Engineering 89, 151-159, 2014
282014
Combining the probabilistic demand model SIMDEUM with a network model
EJM Blokker, JHG Vreeburg, AJ Vogelaar
Water Distribution Systems Analysis Symposium 2006, 1-11, 2008
282008
Relating water quality and age in drinking water distribution systems using self-organising maps
EJ Blokker, WR Furnass, J Machell, SR Mounce, PG Schaap, JB Boxall
Environments 3 (2), 10, 2016
272016
A bottom-up approach of stochastic demand allocation in a hydraulic network model: A sensitivity study of model parameters
EJM Blokker, H Beverloo, AJ Vogelaar, JHG Vreeburg, JC Van Dijk
Journal of Hydroinformatics 13 (4), 714-728, 2011
262011
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