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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Optimal Multiobjective Operational Planning Of A Water Resources System|
Andrade Filho M.G.
|Abstract:||This paper considers the optimal multiobjective operational problem of a water resource system, with two conflicting objectives, the generation of electric energy and the use of water for irrigation. The work analyses the effect of the use of water for irrigation on the reliability of system load supply. The hydroelectric system is represented by an energy composite reservoir model and the randomness of inflows in considered. The optimal solution is obtained by Stochastic Dynamic Programming. The model is applied to the hydroelectric system of the Sao Francisco River in the Northeast region of Brazil. As a result the curves of risk of load shedding x irrigation and average load shedding x irrigation are presented. These results show the trade-off between the two conflicting objectives for the considered system and represent important information for the decision-making process. -Authors|
|Editor:||Elsevier/Computational Mechanics Publications; Developments in Water Science, 36|
|Citation:||Computational Methods In Water Resources. Vol. 2. Proc. 7th Conference, Cambridge, Ma, 1988. Elsevier/computational Mechanics Publications; Developments In Water Science, 36, v. , n. , p. 423 - 430, 1988.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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