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|Title:||Optimal stormwater management with two dams: the dynamics of the pump-to-fill policy|
|Citation:||Optimization, 2009; 58(2):181-192|
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis Ltd.|
|C. E. M. Pearce|
|Abstract:||We consider the management of water in two connected dams. Stormwater generated by rainfall flows into a large capture dam and is subsequently pumped to a smaller supply dam. Recently it was shown that the twin objectives of minimizing overflow and maximizing the amount of demand met are both achieved by the pump-to-fill policy, in which as much water as possible is pumped each day from the capture dam to the supply dam without allowing the supply dam to overflow. We present a simplifying reparameterization for this case and study the dynamics of the system.|
|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest 5|
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