This paper presents a complex approach for modelling of a tandem reservoir systems for water drainage management. The model has been built over a segment of a river with a certain parameters of water inflow, water outflow, required power production and max possible flood occurrence. Then the segments may be replicated with specific parameters to simulate whole system of the river. The model has been optimized in order to obtain the water drainage operation policy with regards of current and expected water volumes in the reservoirs ratio, required power production revenue, and minimal flood occurrence. Model has been verified on a walkthrough basis. The obtained results demonstrate good reliability disregards broad possible variations of the managed parameters and provide the optimal water drainage for minimum flood occurrence and desired power production revenue.

Optimization Model of a Tandem Water Reservoir System Management

IVANOVA, OLGA;Lorenzo Damiani;Roberto Revetria
2017

Abstract

This paper presents a complex approach for modelling of a tandem reservoir systems for water drainage management. The model has been built over a segment of a river with a certain parameters of water inflow, water outflow, required power production and max possible flood occurrence. Then the segments may be replicated with specific parameters to simulate whole system of the river. The model has been optimized in order to obtain the water drainage operation policy with regards of current and expected water volumes in the reservoirs ratio, required power production revenue, and minimal flood occurrence. Model has been verified on a walkthrough basis. The obtained results demonstrate good reliability disregards broad possible variations of the managed parameters and provide the optimal water drainage for minimum flood occurrence and desired power production revenue.
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