Model Predictive Control of Murray-Darling Basin Networks

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Proceedings of 2011 Chinese Control and Decision Conference (CCDC), 2011, pp. 722 - 727
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River basins are the most significant component in water supply grids and are under increasing pressure from competing demands for fresh water. However, unlike energy grids which are managed very efficiently using closed-loop operation, water grids, and river basins in particular, are largely open-loop systems. One reason is the difficulty associated with developing suitable models and feedback controllers. This paper proposes a systematic approach using model predictive control based on simple low order models for the real-time operation of entire river basin networks.
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