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JOURNAL OF PROCESS CONTROL

ISSN:

0959-1524

eISSN:

1873-2771

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2017 40 A
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2015 40 A
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2013 35 A
2012 35 A
2011 35 A
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2011 4.6

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  • Optimised allocation of actuators for DWDS
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    This paper addresses the problem of actuators’ allocation within networked structured system, namely allocation of disinfectant booster stations within Drinking Water Distribution System (DWDS), under receding horizon optimised control – Model Predictive Control (MPC) to be exact. The allocation task is kept within dynamic multiobjective optimisation framework. The MPC is defined as a single objective predictive operator. Two numerical...

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