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Joby Boxall
Joby Boxall
Professor of Water Infrastructure Engineering
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Discolouration in potable water distribution systems: A review
IJHG Vreeburg, JB Boxall
Water research 41 (3), 519-529, 2007
3562007
Influence of hydraulic regimes on bacterial community structure and composition in an experimental drinking water distribution system
I Douterelo, RL Sharpe, JB Boxall
Water research 47 (2), 503-516, 2013
2682013
The bacteriological composition of biomass recovered by flushing an operational drinking water distribution system
I Douterelo, S Husband, JB Boxall
water research 54, 100-114, 2014
2372014
Methodological approaches for studying the microbial ecology of drinking water distribution systems
I Douterelo, JB Boxall, P Deines, R Sekar, KE Fish, CA Biggs
Water research 65, 134-156, 2014
2362014
Development and verification of an online artificial intelligence system for detection of bursts and other abnormal flows
SR Mounce, JB Boxall, J Machell
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 136 (3), 309-318, 2010
1932010
Novelty detection for time series data analysis in water distribution systems using support vector machines
SR Mounce, RB Mounce, JB Boxall
Journal of hydroinformatics 13 (4), 672-686, 2011
1532011
Asset deterioration and discolouration in water distribution systems
PS Husband, JB Boxall
Water Research 45 (1), 113-124, 2011
1502011
Comparative study of instantaneous frequency based methods for leak detection in pipeline networks
MF Ghazali, SBM Beck, JD Shucksmith, JB Boxall, WJ Staszewski
Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing 29, 187-200, 2012
1382012
Modeling discoloration in potable water distribution systems
JB Boxall, AJ Saul
Journal of Environmental Engineering 131 (5), 716-725, 2005
1382005
Modeling discoloration in potable water distribution systems
JB Boxall, AJ Saul
Journal of Environmental Engineering 131 (5), 716-725, 2005
1382005
Biofilm structures (EPS and bacterial communities) in drinking water distribution systems are conditioned by hydraulics and influence discolouration
K Fish, AM Osborn, JB Boxall
Science of the Total Environment 593, 571-580, 2017
1192017
Analysis and prediction of transverse mixing coefficients in natural channels
JB Boxall, I Guymer
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 129 (2), 129-139, 2003
1122003
A novel approach to modelling sediment movement in distribution mains based on particle characteristics
JB Boxall, PJ Skipworth, AJ Saul
Water software systems 1, 263-273, 2001
1092001
Estimation of burst rates in water distribution mains
JB Boxall, A O'Hagan, S Pooladsaz, AJ Saul, DM Unwin
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-Water Management 160 (2 …, 2007
1072007
Laboratory studies investigating the processes leading to discolouration in water distribution networks
PS Husband, JB Boxall, AJ Saul
Water Research 42 (16), 4309-4318, 2008
1062008
Characterising and understanding the impact of microbial biofilms and the extracellular polymeric substance (EPS) matrix in drinking water distribution systems
KE Fish, AM Osborn, J Boxall
Environmental science: water research & technology 2 (4), 614-630, 2016
982016
Online modelling of water distribution systems: a UK case study
J Machell, SR Mounce, JB Boxall
Drinking Water Engineering and Science 3 (1), 21-27, 2010
942010
Microbial analysis of in situ biofilm formation in drinking water distribution systems: implications for monitoring and control of drinking water quality
I Douterelo, M Jackson, C Solomon, J Boxall
Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 100 (7), 3301-3311, 2016
912016
Validation of a three-dimensional numerical code in the simulation of pseudo-natural meandering flows
C Wilson, JB Boxall, I Guymer, NRB Olsen
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 129 (10), 758-768, 2003
902003
Dynamics of biofilm regrowth in drinking water distribution systems
I Douterelo, S Husband, V Loza, J Boxall
Applied and environmental microbiology 82 (14), 4155-4168, 2016
872016
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