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Analysis, modelling and optimal control of water supply and distribution systems

Yue-Chun Chen

Analysis, modelling and optimal control of water supply and distribution systems

by Yue-Chun Chen

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Published by Leicester Polytechnic in Leicester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (Ph.D.) - Leicester Polytechnic, Leicester 1989.

StatementYue-Chun Chen.
ContributionsLeicester Polytechnic. School of Computing Science.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17875907M

This book presents mathematical models of demand-side management programs, together with operational and control problems for power and renewable energy systems. It reflects the need for optimal operation and control of today’s electricity grid at both the supply and demand ends of the grid, as well as the advent of smart grids, which has led. Work on optimal design and operation of water distribution systems up to has been reviewed by one of the authors [Shamir, , ]. Subsequent works in this area are those by Watanatada [], Hamberg [], and Rasmusen []. Methods for optimal design of looped systems can be sepa-.

An optimal control system for a water-supply pumping system will contain three major components: a hydraulic network model, a demand forecast model, and an optimal control model. Each of these components is discussed in the following sections. In general, the optimal control system is directly.   2. Modelling Water Distribution Networks Pipes, Nodes and Node Resistance. A WDN consists of pipes, pumps, storage tanks, and valves. It has nodal points where water is withdrawn/supplied or where two or more pipes meet (Bhave and Gupta, ).A WDN can be modelled using mass balances for all storage tanks and nodal points, and the relations between pressure .

water supply systems in the Netherlands; Bunn and Reynolds () showed reductions of energy cost of 12% at water supply systems in the United States. A second possibility to improve the performance of water supply systems is the implementation of pressure management. In most cases, implementing pressure management includes both.   Vieira, S. T. Coelho, Practical conditions for the use of a ï¬ rst order chlorine decay model in water supply, in: Conference on Computing and Control for the Water Industry, , pp. – ntrol of water distribution systems using a multi-criteria decision-support tool for optimal water network management - a case study, Proceedia.


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This thesis is concerned with the developments of analysis, modelling and optimization techniques and computer program algorithms, with the ultimate aim of control of water supply and distribution systems to lead to overall optimal : Yue-Chun Chen. This book is a basic introduction to water distribution systems, including definition of its common elements, modelling theory, basic planning, operational and management issues, as well as some advanced topics including leakage management, optimal design, asset planning and management, : ICE Publishing.

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A method called linear programing gradient (LPG) is presented, by which the optimal design of a water distribution system can be obtained. The system is a pipeline network, which delivers known demands from sources to consumers and may contain pumps, valves, and reservoirs. This paper presents a modeling technique and an optimal control scheme for water distribution networks.

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the performance of every water distribution system at regular intervals to ensure efficient supply of water. The study focuses in evaluating a water distribution system with the help of reliability analysis. A water distribution system comprises of nodes and pipes with an overhead tank.

A new methodology has been developed for determining the optimal operation of water distribution system pumps with water quality considerations. The methodology is based upon describing the operation as a discrete time optimal scheduling problem that can be used to determine the optimal operation schedules of the pumps in distribution systems.

Water Resources Systems: Modelling Techniques and Analysis. The results showed that the optimal storage capacity, only water supply of downstream demands considered as. Abstract. This paper outlines the design and implementation of an on-line, computer control scheme for a city water supply system.

Descriptions are given of the data management and processing activities leading to cost optimal control of the system. The optimal design of water distribution systems for expansion, rehabilitation, reinforcement or rezoning is a complex process requiring systematic examination and evaluation of the design.

Abstract. The decision making process when deciding which strategy to adopt must be based, in any activity, on good information. Broadly speaking, we can say that to elaborate a model of a network of water distribution consists in organizing adequately the available information about the water network, increasing the information if necessary and maintaining it updated, with the objective of.

intuitive. Optimization and optimal control techniques provide an important contribution to a smart management strategy computation for drinking water networks (DWN), see [1], [2], [3].

Similarly, problems related to modelling and control of water supply, transport and distribution systems have been object of important research efforts during. ANALYSIS, MODELLING AND OPTIMAL CONTROL OF WATER SUPPLY AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS by YUE-CHUN CHEN ABSTRACT This thesis is concerned with the developments of analysis, modelling and optimization techniques and computer program algorithms, with the ultimate aim of control of water supply and distribution systems to lead to overall optimal operation.

This book incorporates selected topics on theory, revision, and practical application models for water supply systems analysis. A water supply system is an interconnected collection of sources, pipes, and hydraulic con‐ trol elements (e.g., pumps, valves, regulators, tanks) delivering consumers prescribed water.

Water distribution system modeling is a growing technical field that provides the foundation for many programs, policies, and activities of a water utility. This book provides a comprehensive overview of water distribution system modeling, analysis, and design and while it is chiefly a practical handbook aimed at water system designers, it also.

This network consist of m arcs and n nodes. A mathematical model of the water distribution system consists of the following submodels: (a) a model of the pipelines network and pipelines, (b) a model of the pumping stations, (c) a model of the reservoir.

R. Klempous et al. / Water distribution systems   22 J. Machell et al.: Online modelling of water distribution systems: a UK case study Hydraulic simulation software is in widespread use within the water industry for strategic supply analysis, design of control strategies, network extensions, and maintenance planning.

A number of off the shelf packages are avail.Pumping costs are the major operating expense of ground‐water supply systems. This paper presents a nonlinear optimization model to minimize pumping costs for both a well field and a main water‐supply distribution system.

Considerations are given to individual well losses, pump efficiencies, and the hydraulic losses in the pipe network.