Developing mathematical optimization models that define multireservoir operating rules that are worthy of being evaluated by simulation models is a challenging task. The traditional approach can easily be scaled, and GRID computing can reduce computation times for large water resource systems. The potential for GRID computing in this area of research is largely unexplored. In this paper, the migration of a mixed optimization–simulation approach and preliminary applications to a water system in Southern Italy are presented. Results indicate that GRID computing provides significant savings in computation time.

GRID computing approach for multireservoir operating rules with uncertainty

SULIS, ANDREA
2009

Abstract

Developing mathematical optimization models that define multireservoir operating rules that are worthy of being evaluated by simulation models is a challenging task. The traditional approach can easily be scaled, and GRID computing can reduce computation times for large water resource systems. The potential for GRID computing in this area of research is largely unexplored. In this paper, the migration of a mixed optimization–simulation approach and preliminary applications to a water system in Southern Italy are presented. Results indicate that GRID computing provides significant savings in computation time.
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