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Journal:   INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT (IJIE) (INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCE) (PERSIAN)   SUMMER 2007 , Volume 18 , Number 2; Page(s) 33 To 44.
 
Paper: 

DESIGNING OF A CENTRALIZED CONTROL ALGORITHM FOR A MAIN CANAL AND EVALUATING ITS PERFORMANCE "CASE STUDY: THE NARMADA MAIN CANAL"

 
 
Author(s):  MONTAZER A.A., KOUCHAKZADEH S., GHAHERI A., OVERLOOP P.G.V.
 
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Abstract: 
Since reversible water resource are limited and mostly utilized, to provide the increasing population of the world with enough water and food, it is necessary to apply advanced and innovative methods to produce most from the least water and decrease the wastewater due to the customary methods in design, execution, and operation of these resources.
Because the lack of means for fitting operating rules and regulation with time variant water needs, a considerable portion of available water is wasted in th irrigation networks. That is why research on methods of operation and determination of types of controls and optimization approaches become necessary. In this research, while criteria for control systems design is introduced, a new control algorithm for irrigation system management is developed and used in one of the largest conveyance systems in the world.
Utilizing simulation results, several different operation alternatives are investigated by SOBEK hydrodynamic model and performance assessment indices.
The type of central control system in this research is control from downstream with combined feedback and feed forward (PI) with decoupling.
The obtained results from this algorithm in attenuation of infra structural disturbances and hydraulic turbulences in studied canal come up to be of a high potential with considerable precision and accuracy. Use of this algorithm makes demand oriented water distribution and better performance of the system possible.
 
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