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Hydroelectric_Power_Multiobjective_Example

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The rese 1. T su le 2. W in 3. W h o re 4. W to b in rvoir shown he reservoir uch, it is imp evel. Water drawn ncome to the Water discha ydroelectric ver and abo egion. Water release olerable leve ecause com n the stream Hydroe in the figure r itself serves portant to m from the re e region. rged into th c plant produ ve the need ed into the s els, as well a munities do m must be ke electric Pow e below serv s a recreatio maintain the w eservoir is us e stream fro uces electric s of the regi stream is use s preserving ownstream o pt below tha er Multiobje ves a numbe onal purpose water level i sed to irrigat om the reser city for the re ion can be so ed to help ke g natural hab of the dam a at which mig ective Exam er of functio e as a popula in the reserv te crops that rvoir throug egion; any e old to provid eep downst bitat downst but the shor ght cause flo mple ns for the re ar boating at voir at a reas t provide th h the turbin electricity ge de additiona ream BOD le tream of the res of the st ooding. egion: ttraction. A sonably con e main sour es of the nerated tha al revenue to evels within e dam. How ream, the flo s stant ce of t is o the wever, ow
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You have been asked to develop management options for the operation of the reservoir and its various uses. Specifically, you have be charged with determining, for the course of the next six month period, alternative strategies for the monthly allocations of water to irrigation, power generation, and storage. These strategies should clearly identify any trade offs among the various functions of the reservoir system. To assist you, the following information has been collected: 1. Projected inflow to the reservoir during month i , i I Month i I (Acre ft) 1 300 2 250 3 350 4 200 5 180 6 150 2. Optimal target for irrigation needs during month i , i T Month i T (Acre ft) 1 50 2 50 3 50 4 40 5 30 6 60 3. Reservoir Properties Reservoir Capacity, C : 500 Acre ft Reservoir Surface Area, A : 50 Acres Reservoir Profile: Flat Bottom (i.e., constant depth to water surface) Volume of water in reservoir at beginning of month 1, 0
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