• 282 Pages McKinneySavitsky_ver8_e
    McKinneySavitsky_ver8_e

    School: University Of Texas

    BASIC OPTIMIZATION MODELS FOR WATER AND ENERGY MANAGEMENT By Daene C. McKinney And Andre G. Savitsky Revision 8 January 2006 i Contents ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ..V ABOUT THE AUTHORS . VI PART 1: RESOURCE MANAGEMENT MODELS..1 1. INTRODUCTION .1 1.1 1.2 1

  • 28 Pages Ch-8-Simulation
    Ch-8-Simulation

    School: University Of Texas

    VIII Simulation Modeling 1. Introduction 2. A simple simulation example 3. Types of simulation models 4. Model development 5. Managing simulation modeling projects 5.1 Create a model journal 5.2 Initiate the modeling project 5.3 Selecting the model 5

  • 50 Pages Ch-1-Intro
    Ch-1-Intro

    School: University Of Texas

    I Water Resources Planning and Management: An Overview Contents: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Introduction Planning and Management Issues: Some Case Studies So, Why Plan, Why Manage? System Components and Planning Scales Planning and Management Approac

  • 22 Pages Austin
    Austin

    School: University Of Texas

    Andrew Judd, P.E. Aiasha Khanam Shane Walker, E.I.T. Ben Wallen, M.S., E.I.T. Jessica Watts, P.E. Hans Van Winkle, M.S., P.E LCRA http:/www.lcra.org/about/docs/crp/crpBHR2002.pdf Outline Environment Rivers Estuary Agriculture Infrastructure,

  • 299 Pages DianeTateThesis
    DianeTateThesis

    School: University Of Texas

    Copyright by Diane Elizabeth Tate 2002 Bringing Technology to the Table: Computer Modeling, Dispute Resolution, and the Ro Grande by Diane Elizabeth Tate, B.S. Report Presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School of the University of Texas at A

  • 1 Page Eq2
    Eq2

    School: University Of Texas

    SETS t / 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 /; PARAMETER x1(t) /1 2, 2 3, 3 3, 4 3, 5 5, 6 5, 7 6, 8 7/; PARAMETER x2(t) /1 30, 2 60, 3 70, 4 60, 5 80, 6 90, 7 100, 8 100/; PARAMETER x3(t) /1 1, 2 6, 3 7, 4 3, 5 5, 6 9, 7 8, 8 17/; PARAMETER y_hat(t) /1 10, 2 20

  • 1 Page Eq1
    Eq1

    School: University Of Texas

    VARIABLES x, e, obj; EQUATIONS Eq1, Objective; Eq1. e =E= 10*x*x+10*x+10-(-10*x+100); Objective. obj =E= e*e; MODEL Eq /ALL/ SOLVE Eq USING NLP MINIMIZING obj; FILE res /Eq1.txt/ PUT res; put "Solution x = ", put x.l, put /;

  • 15 Pages ADB-BC_Analysis
    ADB-BC_Analysis

    School: University Of Texas

    CHAPTER 5 FINANCIAL BENEFIT-COST ANALYSIS 122 HANDBOOK FOR THE ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF WATER SUPPLY PROJECTS CONTENTS 5.1 5.2 5.3 Introduction..123 Financial Revenues.124 Project Costs ..126 5.3.1 5.3.2 5.3.3 5.3.4 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 Investments.127 Ope

  • 17 Pages RC_McKinney
    RC_McKinney

    School: University Of Texas

    March 7, 2003 Basin-Scale Integrated Water Resources Management in Central Asia Daene C. McKinney The University of Texas at Austin Prepared for Third World Water Forum Regional Cooperation in Shared Water Resources in Central Asia Kyoto, March

  • 2 Pages HW-2
    HW-2

    School: University Of Texas

    Homework #2 CE 385D - McKinney 1. (Loucks and van Beek 2.8) Identify one specific water resources planning problem. For this problem specify in words possible objectives, the unknown decision variables whose values need to be determined, and the co

  • 1 Page HW-1
    HW-1

    School: University Of Texas

    Homework #1 CE 385D - McKinney 1. If the mean annual runoff of a drainage basin of 10,000 km2 is 140 m3, and the average annual precipitation is 105 cm, estimate the combined (evaporation, transpiration, and seepage) losses for the area for 1 year.

  • 1 Page HW-9
    HW-9

    School: University Of Texas

    Homework #9 (2008) CE 385D - McKinney Problem 1 (Loucks and van Beek 9.2). Consider the allocation model you have been using in previous chapters involving three water users i. Allocations xi of water can be made from a given total amount Q to the

  • 2 Pages HW-7
    HW-7

    School: University Of Texas

    Homework #7 CE 385D - McKinney 1. (a) Compute the storage yield function for a single reservoir system by the modified sequent peak methods given the following sequences of annual flows: (7, 3, 5, 1, 2, 5, 6, 3, 4). (b) Assume that each year has tw

  • 32 Pages ch10
    Ch10

    School: University Of Texas

    July 9, 2007 22:3 spi-b465 Bridges Over Water 9.75in x 6.5in ch10 FA1 10. THE USE OF RIVER BASIN MODELING AS A TOOL TO ASSESS CONFLICT AND POTENTIAL COOPERATION Objectives After reading this chapter, you should have a general understanding of

  • 27 Pages Intro_to_GAMS_Doc
    Intro_to_GAMS_Doc

    School: University Of Texas

    INTRODUCTION TO GAMS1 Daene C. McKinney CE385D Water Resources Planning and Management The University of Texas at Austin Table of Contents 1. 2. 3. 4. Introduction .. 2 GAMS Installation . 2 GAMS Operation .. 2 Examples . 11 4.1. Algebraic Equation

  • 35 Pages MathProg
    MathProg

    School: University Of Texas

    Mathematical Programming Lecture Notes CE 385D - McKinney Water Resources Planning and Management Department of Civil Engineering The University of Texas at Austin Section 1. Introduction 2. General Mathematical Programming Problem 3. Constraints 4.

  • 78 Pages EconNotes
    EconNotes

    School: University Of Texas

    Economics Analysis of Water Resources Lecture Notes CE 385D: Water Resources Planning and Management Daene C. McKinney Department of Civil Engineering The University of Texas at Austin Contents Section Page 1. Engineering Economics .. 1 1.1 Choosing

  • 3 Pages USFederalWaterProjects
    USFederalWaterProjects

    School: University Of Texas

    Staff Paper Prepared for the President's Commission to Study Capital Budgeting June 19, 1998 WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS I. Description of Investment Water resources projects serve several purposes including navigation (deep water ports and

  • 40 Pages Shiklomanov
    Shiklomanov

    School: University Of Texas

    WORLD WATER RESOURCES A NEW APPRAISAL AND ASSESSMENT FOR THE 21ST CENTURY A summary of the monograph World Water Resources prepared in the framework of the International Hydrological Programme bY Igor A. Shiklomanov Director State Hydrological

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