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Title: OPTIMIZATION AND STAGING MODELS IN RIVER BASIN PLANNING
Authors: Sathyanath, P.
Keywords: HYDROLOGY
OPTIMIZATION AND STAGING MODELS
RIVER BASIN PLANNING
RESERVOIRS
Issue Date: 1977
Abstract: The goal of river basin planning is to prepare long range development plans to serve as a base for selection of basin configuration and timing of construction of the component units that is optimal. Thequestions that arise and need to be solved area What and how big projects should be constructed, where they should be located, when and in what sequence they should be constructed based on budget, need and other constraints. Several mathematical models have been developed to answer these questions. The object of this study is to indicate, the methodology of application of mathematical models - oo-ordination and staging models - to a typical river basin in India viz. Upper Cauvery Basin (Cauvery basin upto Mettur Reservoir) in answering these questions. AU attempt to solve these questions has been made by the use of IBM' Q Mathematical programing System for the 360/44 and IPE package program.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/11536
Other Identifiers: M.Tech
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