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  • Page extent: 146 pages
  • Size: 276 x 219 mm
  • Weight: 0.63 kg

Library of Congress

  • Dewey number: 627.86
  • Dewey version: 22
  • LC Classification: n/a
  • LC Subject headings:
    • Reservoirs--Management
    • Reservoirs--Mathematical models
    • Dynamic programming

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Hardback

 (ISBN-13: 9780521874083)

Dynamic Programming Based Operation of Reservoirs

Cambridge University Press
9780521874083 - Dynamic Programming Based Operation of Reservoirs - Applicability and Limits - by K. D. W. Nandalal and Janos J. Bogardi
Table of Contents


Contents

List of figurespage vi
List of tablesviii
Prefacexi
1Water resources management1
1.1General1
1.2Role of reservoirs2
1.3Optimal reservoir operation3
1.4Conventional dynamic programming4
1.5Incremental dynamic programming4
1.6Stochastic dynamic programming6
1.7Dynamic programming in reservoir operations9
1.8Developments in dynamic programming13
2Incremental dynamic programming in optimal reservoir operation16
2.1IDP in optimal reservoir operation: single reservoir16
2.2IDP in optimal reservoir operation: multiple-reservoir system23
3Stochastic dynamic programming in optimal reservoir operation31
3.1SDP in optimal reservoir operation: single reservoir31
3.2SDP in optimal reservoir operation: multiple-reservoir system32
3.3Some algorithmic aspects of stochastic dynamic programming38
4Optimal reservoir operation for water quality59
4.1IDP based models in reservoir operation for quality60
4.2The Jarreh Reservoir in Iran63
4.3Application of the models to the Jarreh Reservoir65
5Large-scale reservoir system operation73
5.1Use of dynamic programming in multiple-reservoir operation73
5.2Decomposition method78
5.3Composite reservoir model formulation94
5.4Implicit stochastic dynamic programming analysis103
5.5Disaggregation/aggregation techniques based on dynamic programming106
6Optimal reservoir operation for flood control110
6.1Feitsui Reservoir Project in Taiwan110
6.2Operational mode switch system between long-term and short-term operation112
6.3Development of SDP model for long-term operation112
6.4Operational mode switch system118
6.5Application and sensitivity analysis121
6.6Some remarks on operational mode switch system123
References125
Index129

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