Su dağıtım sistemleri için en iyi ek klorlama istayon ağının simülasyon optimizasyon ve çok amaçlı bulanık karar verme modelleri kullanılarak belirlenmesi

Ayvaz, Mustafa Tamer
Kentel Erdoğan, Elçin


Chance constrained optimization of booster disinfection in water distribution networks
Köker, Ezgi; Altan Sakarya, Ayşe Burcu; Department of Civil Engineering (2011)
Quality of municipal water is sustained by addition of disinfectant, generally chlorine, to the water distribution network. Because of health problems, chlorine concentration in the network is limited between maximum and minimum limits. Cancerogenic disinfectant by-products start to occur at high concentrations so it is desired to have minimum amount of chlorine without violating the limit. In addition to the health issues, minimum injection amount is favorable concerning cost. Hence, an optimization model ...
Developing a methodology for the design of water distribution networks using genetic algorithm
Gençoğlu, Gençer; Merzi, Nuri; Department of Civil Engineering (2007)
The realization of planning, design, construction, operation and maintenance of water supply systems pictures one of the largest infrastructure projects of municipalities; water distribution networks should be designed very meticulously. Genetic algorithm is an optimization method that is based on natural evolution and is used for the optimization of water distribution networks. Genetic algorithm is comprised of operators and the operators affect the performance of the algorithm. Although these operators ar...
A methodology for calculating hydraulic system reliability of water distribution networks
Mısırdalı, Metin; Merzi, Nuri; Department of Civil Engineering (2003)
A completely satisfactory water distribution network should fulfill its basic requirements such as providing the expected quality and quantity of water with the desired residual pressures during its lifetime. A water distribution network should accommodate the abnormal conditions caused by failures. These types of failures can be classified into two groups; mechanical failures and hydraulic failures. Mechanical failure is caused due to malfunctioning of the network elements such as pipe breakage, power outa...
Optimizing pump schedule and valve characteristics of water distribution networks
Gençoğlu, Gençer; Merzi, Nuri; Department of Civil Engineering (2015)
From design stage to operation, water distribution networks hold the vital part of the infrastructure systems. Pumps contain significant operational consumptions by pumping and maintenance costs. Wise scheduling is an important tool that may decrease these costs. Leakage, defined as a portion of treated and pumped water; and through a typical water distribution network, it may possess a large percentage of the total water supplied. Pressure heads within the water distribution network are one of the major ca...
Rehabilitation studies about storage tanks: a case study
Çağlar, Meriç; Merzi, Nuri; Department of Civil Engineering (2015)
One of the most important factors, while designing a water distribution system, is the storage tank capacity in terms of costs. When the storage tank volume is increased, more water can be stored, the water distribution system works more efficiently, and energy costs can be decreased. Population growth, interest rate, the cost of the water distribution system elements and energy prices have major effects on the storage tank capacity. The software model of the study area, N8.3, was optimized, and the daily e...
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M. T. Ayvaz and E. Kentel Erdoğan, “Su dağıtım sistemleri için en iyi ek klorlama istayon ağının simülasyon optimizasyon ve çok amaçlı bulanık karar verme modelleri kullanılarak belirlenmesi,” 2016, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: