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Vasilis Kanakoudis is Full Professor at the Civil Engineering Dept./ University of Thessaly. His research interests include: Water Distribution Networks Management, Water Balance Assesment (Water Audit). Hydraulic Simulation and Optimization,Non-Revenue Water management (Pressure-PMAs/DMAs/Assets management). Water Pricing,Integrated Water Resources Management,Drinking Water Quality Modelling,Water Conservation,WFD 2000/60/EC implementation process progress auditing and evaluation (ex-ante, on-going, ex-post),Full Water Cost Analysis.His current research projects are: a) WATenERgy CYCLE (Interreg Balkan-Mediterranean 2014-20); b) Water Rescue (Interreg Greece-Bulgaria 2014-20); c) SaveSafeWater (Interreg Greece-Albania 2014-20); d) SunWater (Interreg Greece-Italy 2014-20).
Flows in Natural and Artificial Open Channels
Water Resources Systems
Civil Engineer, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Greece (1993)
Ph.D., Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Greece (1998)
Kanakoudis V., H. Muhammetoglu, “Urban water pipe networks management towards NRW reduction: two case studies from Greece & Turkey”, CLEAN – Soil, Air, Water, 42(7):880-892, Willey, 2014.
Kanakoudis V., Tsitsifli S., “Using the Bimonthly WB of a Non-Fully Monitored Water Distribution Network with Seasonal Water Demand Peaks to define its Actual NRW Level: The case of Kos Town, Greece”, Urban Water, Taylor&Francis, 11(5):348-360, 2014.
Kanakoudis V., Tsitsifli S., “River basin management plans developed in Greece WFD 2000/60/ECguidelines”, Desalination & Water Treatment,Taylor&Francis, 2014.
Kanakoudis V. Papadopoulou A., “Allocating the cost of the CF produced along a supply chain, among the stakeholders involved”, Water & Climate Change, 5(4):556-568. IWAp, 2014.
Kanakoudis V., Gonelas K., “Accurate water demand spatial allocation for water networks modeling using a new approach”,Urban Water, Taylor&Francis, 2014