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Table 4.4.5
Summary of Release Strategy Optimization
Characteristic
Descriptions
Water quality of the reservoir as well as down-
Targets
stream releases
Numerical modeling of reservoir operations to
Mode of action
optimize the quantity and or quality of reservoir
releases
Dependent on reservoir storage capacity and
Effectiveness
objectives
Longevity
Seasonal
Conflicting release requirements may reduce
Negative features
some operations in order to benefit others
Costs
Minimal
4.4.6 REFERENCES
Akiyama, J., and Stefan, H. 1985. "Turbidity Current with Erosion and Deposition," Journal of
Hydraulic Engineering. Vol III, No. 12, pp 1473-1496.
ASCE 1990. "Gas Transfer at Hydraulic Structures," Air - Water Mass Transfer: Selected Papers
from the Second International Symposium on Gas Transfer at Water Surfaces, Wilhelms and
Gulliver, eds, American Society of Civil Engineers, pp 460-493.
Bonazountas, M., and Camboulives, J. M. 1981 (May). "Multi-Decision Analysis for Large-Scale
River-Basin Reservoir Systems," Journal of Hydrology, Vol 51, No. 1-4, pp 139-149.
Davis, J. E., Holland, J. P., Schneider, M. L., and Wilhelms, S. C. 1987. "SELECT: A Numerical,
One-Dimensional Model for Selective Withdrawal," Instruction Report E-87-2, US Army Engineer
Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS.
Dortch, M. S., and Holland, J. P. 1984. "A Technique to Optimally Locate Multilevel Intakes for
Selective Withdrawal Structures," Technical Report HL84-9, US Army Engineer Waterways
Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS.
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