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Optimal Management of Flow in Groundwater Systems

By: David P Ahlfeld and Ann E Mulligan
185 pages, Figs
Publisher: Academic Press
Optimal Management of Flow in Groundwater Systems
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About this book

Provides a practical guide for implementing mathematical and computer-based tools to aid in the management of groundwater.

Contents

Preface. List of Variables. Groundwater Flow Management. Groundwater Simulation. Building the Management Formulation. Solving the Management Formulation. Using the Management Model. Advanced Linear Formulations. Formulations with Binary Variables. Formulations with Nonlinear Functions. Appendix. References. Index.

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By: David P Ahlfeld and Ann E Mulligan
185 pages, Figs
Publisher: Academic Press
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Optimal Management is well written. Taken as a whole, the book gives a good summary of much of the state of the art of groundwater models that combine simulation and optimization. Through the example problems and references, it makes a valuable contribution to a very important emerging field of groundwater management. --William W.-G. Yeh, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California Los Angeles
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