4_Team4H_HW13A - we control but restricted by HL 6 Amount...

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Patrick Quarterman Keith Laurenz Megan Buczkowski Kelly Rossi Kelsey Downey Team 4H HW 13A Conditions: 1. Height of lake between max and min. 2. Water amount in river enough for facility, farm (seasonal) and city (fixed) 3. Pollutant concentration for farm below mandated level 4. Pollutant concentration for city (below mandated level, different than farm concentrate level). 5. Minimize cost for secondary water source use. Variables: 1. Amount of water into aquifer (seasonally) (Win a. Given variable 2. Volume of water in aquifer (VA) a. Calculated from Win and FRA (this will vary seasonally) 3. amount of water flowing from aquifer to lake (FRA) a. Calculate—based on VA 4. Height of water in lake (HL) a. Calculated—based on FRA and WD 5. amount of water flowing out of lake through dam (WD) a.
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Unformatted text preview: we control, but restricted by HL 6. Amount of water in river (WA) a. Calculated from WD, CW, FW, WS—dependent on location in river 7. Amount water consumption of facility (seasonal) (WF) a. given (varying seasonally) 8. Amount of pollutant put out from facility (PF) a. calculated from WF 9. Concentration of pollutant in water for farm (C1) a. calculated from PF and 10. Amount of water consumption for farm (seasonal) (FW) a. given (seasonal) 11. Amount water left after farm a. calculated from WA and FW 12. Amount of water consumed by city (CW) a. given (fixed) 13. Amount of water from secondary source. (WS) a. controlled (fixed) 14. Concentration of pollutant after secondary source (C2) a. calculated based on WA, WS, C1...
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2010 for the course EGR 102 taught by Professor Hinds during the Spring '09 term at Michigan State University.

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