## Water Resource Systems: Modeling Techniques and Analysis

**Water Resource Systems: Modeling Techniques and Analysis**. Instructor: Prof. P. P. Mujumdar, Department of Civil Engineering, IISc Bangalore. The course introduces the concepts of systems techniques in water resources planning and management. Topics covered in this course include Systems Techniques in Water Resources: Optimization with methods using calculus; Linear Programming; Dynamic Programming; Simulation; Combination of Simulation and Optimization; Multi-objective Planning; Reservoir Systems - Deterministic Inflow: Reservoir Sizing; Reservoir Operation - standard operating policy, optimal operating policy; multi-reservoir systems; Reservoir Systems - Random Inflow: Chance Constrained Linear Programming; Concept of Reliability; Stochastic Dynamic Programming; Applications - Reservoir systems operated for Irrigation, Hydropower, Flood Control and Municipal and Industrial Supplies; Water Quality Control in River Systems; Case Studies; Recent Modeling Tools - Artificial Neural networks, Fuzzy Inference Systems; Fuzzy Linear Programming.
(from **nptel.ac.in**)

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Water Resource Systems: Modeling Techniques and AnalysisInstructor: Prof. P. P. Mujumdar, Department of Civil Engineering, IISc Bangalore. The course introduces the concepts of systems techniques in water resources planning and management. |