This paper comprises a brief overview of some of the computer-based methods for water network rehabilitation planning, which are currently applied in Norway. Examples from some Norwegian cities using tools for estimation of long-term rehabilitation needs, network serviceability, as well as methods for prediction of water network failure frequency and failure distribution, are presented. These tools have been shown to give important support to the planning of future investments on water networks and the selection of rehabilitation candidates.

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