A dissolved oxygen model for reservoirs and lakes with highly varying inputs and outputs

Mukhallalati, Labeeb


A three-dimensional water quality-macrophyte interaction model for shallow lakes
Muhammetoglu, AB; Soyupak, S (2000-09-03)
A dynamic three-dimensional water quality model for macrophyte-dominated shallow lakes was proposed and tested. The proposed model is capable of simulating macrophytes and its interactions with water quality constituents such as dissolved oxygen (DO), organic nitrogen, ammonia, nitrate, organic phosphorus, orthophosphate, biochemical oxygen demand, phytoplankton and the sediment layer in shallow lakes. An existing two-dimensional hydrodynamic model has been utilized in conjunction with the water quality mod...
A Three dimensional water quality-macrophyte interaction model for shallow lakes
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In this study, we address the deterministic assembly line balancing problem (ALBP) in a multiple product-models environment with multiple objectives. We have been motivated by the assembly line balancing problem of a white goods product production line that is a multi-model type line with 68 stations through which four product-models are assembled, each with approximately 400 precedence relations and 300 tasks. In the plant, to cope with the increasing demand in the medium term, the efficiency of the line i...
A Method to Integrate Energy Harvesters into Wireless Sensor Nodes for Embedded In-Pipe Monitoring Applications
Qureshi, Fassahat U.; Muhtaroglu, Ali; Tuncay, Kağan (2015-03-26)
Batteries are commonly used to power sensors, a fact that carries severe drawbacks such as limited lifetime and regular replacement. Battery powered sensors are particularly impractical in under-water pipelines due to limited access. Therefore, harvesting of ambient energy to power embedded sensors is an attractive option for such systems. A method is proposed, in this paper, to power in-pipe wireless sensor nodes based on energy harvesting techniques, with minimal impact to the pipe performance. Based on t...
A Dea based sorting approach for industrial R&D projects
Aker, Pınar; Karasakal, Esra; Department of Industrial Engineering (2010)
In this study, multicriteria sorting methods based on Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) are developed to evaluate industrial Research and Development (R&D) projects proposed to Technology and Innovation Grant Programmes Directorate (TEYDEB) of the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBİTAK). Even though DEA is used extensively as a multicriteria decision making (MCDM) tool for ranking; to our knowledge, this study is the first attempt utilizing DEA for sorting purpose. A five level R&D p...
Citation Formats
L. Mukhallalati, “A dissolved oxygen model for reservoirs and lakes with highly varying inputs and outputs,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 1994.