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Engineering - Civil Engineering | Introduction to Optimization Analysis in Hydrosystem Engineering

Introduction to Optimization Analysis in Hydrosystem Engineering

Goodarzi, Ehsan, Ziaei, Mina, Hosseinipour, Edward Zia

2014, XIII, 296 p. 152 illus., 143 illus. in color.

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  • Provides supporting information to better comprehend the implementation of theoretical concepts
  • Each chapter contains several examples related to the basic principles of optimization theories and concepts
  • Three real case studies with progressive degree of complexity are presented

This book presents the basics of linear and nonlinear optimization analysis for both single and multi-objective problems in hydrosystem engineering.  The book includes several examples with various levels of complexity in different fields of water resources engineering. All examples are solved step by step to assist the reader and to make it easier to understand the concepts. In addition, the latest tools and methods are presented to help students, researchers, engineers and water managers to properly conceptualize and formulate resource allocation problems, and to deal with the complexity of constraints in water demand and available supplies in an appropriate way.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Computer Programs (Excel, Lingo, Matlab) - Hydrosystem Engineering - Optimization Analysis - Reservoir Operation - Water Resources Management

Related subjects » Civil Engineering - Mathematics - Systems, Storage and Harvesting

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