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Title: SIMULATION STUDY FOR KIRINDI OYA IRRIGATION SYSTEM, SRI - LANKA
Authors: Dayaratne, T. S.
Keywords: HYDROLOGY
SIMULATION STUDY
KIRINDI OYA IRRIGATION SYSTEM
SRI - LANKA
Issue Date: 1992
Abstract: Modern Civil Engineering systems and specially water resources systems are large and complex. They have a large number of interdependent parts. They are subject to different types of loads variable in time and space and to other environmental conditions. The size and arrangements of*components can be chosen in a large number of ways and the system can be developed in differnent sequences at different times. Thus, the possible number' of alternate design is infinite. There have been several recent developments in mathematical techniques, computer methods, decision theory, system analysis and system optimization that are useful in system design. Simulation model plays vital role in system design. Simulation Is defined as process of duplication the essence of a system or activity without', obtaining reality itself. Simulation is not optimizing procedure but the performance of the system can easily be evaluated by use of simulation programme for the given set of design and operating policy parameters. It is the most widely used technique in water resources system for evaluating the alternatives.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/11744
Other Identifiers: M.Tech
Appears in Collections:MASTERS' DISSERTATIONS (Hydrology)

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