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First results of predictive control application on water supply and distribution in Santiago - Chile

AuthorsCembrano, Gabriela ; Quevedo, Joseba; Puig, Vicenç ; Pérez, Ramon; Figueras, J.; Ramón, Gustavo; Rodríguez, P.; Barnet, Gemma; Casas, Marc; Verdejo, J. M.; Gil García, Alicia; Marti Marques, Joaquim; König Besa, Hernán
KeywordsReal-time control
Water systems
Predictive control
Optimal control
Control theory
Mathematical optimization
Issue Date2005
Citation16th IFAC World Congress: 25-30 (2005)
AbstractThis paper deals with the use of predictive optimal control techniques for flow management in a large water system including reservoirs, open channels for water transport, water treatment plants, pressurized water pipe networks, flow/pressure control elements and a telemetry/telecontrol system. Predictive control is used to generate flow control strategies from the sources to the consumer areas to meet future demands with appropriate pressure levels, optimizing operational goals such as network safety volumes and flow control stability.
DescriptionIFAC World Congress (IFAC), 2005, Praga (República Checa)
Appears in Collections:(IRII) Comunicaciones congresos
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