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Controllability of Surface Water Networks - AGU2016 Presentation


Authors: M. Sadegh Riasi · Lilit Yeghiazarian
Owners: M. Sadegh Riasi
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Created:Aug. 6, 2017, 11:28 p.m.
Last updated: Aug. 6, 2017, 11:37 p.m. by M. Sadegh Riasi

Abstract

Although controlling the level of contamination everywhere in the surface water network may not be feasible, it is vital to maintain safe water quality levels in specific areas, e.g. recreational waters. The question then is “what is the most efficient way to fully/partially control water quality in surface water networks?”.
This can be posed as a control problem where the goal is to efficiently drive the system to a desired state by manipulating few input variables. Such problems reduce to (1) finding the best control locations in the network to influence the state of the system; and (2) choosing the time-variant inputs at the control locations to achieve the desired state of the system with minimum effort. We demonstrate that the optimal solution to control the level of contamination in the network can be found through application of control theory concepts to transport in surface water networks.

Subject

Watershed Management,Controllability,Surface Water Networks

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Riasi, M. S., L. Yeghiazarian (2017). Controllability of Surface Water Networks - AGU2016 Presentation, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/e0cdf34ff75a4ead8f6bd4b3d5eff7ee

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M. Sadegh Riasi University of Cincinnati
Lilit Yeghiazarian University of Cincinnati Ohio, US

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National Science Foundation CAREER:Integrated Research & Education In Stochastic Systems-Based Watershed Management & Water Safety (SWMS) 1351361

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