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|Title: ||Optimal operation of a multibasin reservoir system|
|Authors: ||KUMAR, VV|
|Issue Date: ||1996|
|Publisher: ||INDIAN ACADEMY SCIENCES|
|Citation: ||SADHANA-ACADEMY PROCEEDINGS IN ENGINEERING SCIENCES, 21(), 487-502|
|Abstract: ||A simulation-optimization procedure is presented for evaluating the extent of interbasin transfer of water in the Peninsular Indian river system consisting of 15 reservoirs on four river basins. A system-dependent simulation model is developed incorporating the concept of reservoir zoning to facilitate releases and transfers. The simulation model generates a larger number of solutions which are then screened by the optimization model. The Box complex nonlinear programming algorithm is used for the optimization. The performance of the system is evaluated through simulation with the optimal reservoir zones with respect to four indices, reliability, resiliency, vulnerability and deficit ratio. The results indicate that by operating the system of 15 reservoirs as a single unit the existing utilization of water may be increased significantly.|
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