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La vulnérabilité des objets lents : les réseaux d’eau : Les enjeux des diminutions de consommation d’eau vus à travers un exemple allemand

Abstract : A large crisis is affecting some European Large Technical Systems such as water networks. Drastic diminutions in water consumption levels are challenging a system mainly based on continual growth. This leads to manifold technical and management issues such as oversized infrastructures, and creates a form of infrastructural vulnerability. The analysis of a German case, in the Magdeburg area, will help us deconstructing the different features of this infrastructural vulnerability. We will also present its various social and spatial effects and the innovative answers, may they be technical or spatial, that have been developed by the different utilities to diminish the scope of such vulnerability.
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Daniel Florentin. La vulnérabilité des objets lents : les réseaux d’eau : Les enjeux des diminutions de consommation d’eau vus à travers un exemple allemand. Les Annales de la Recherche Urbaine, PUCA, 2015, Ville et vulnérabilités. ⟨hal-01265830⟩

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