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Single-Reservoir Operation Optimization Using Jaya Algorithm for Jayakwadi-1 Dam, India

Author(s): Vartika Paliwal, Aniruddha D. Ghare, Ashwini B. Mirajkar

Linked Author(s): Vartika Paliwal

Keywords: Reservoir operation optimization, Jaya algorithm, probable inflows, Jayakwadi stage-1 reservoir

Abstract: In the present study, an attempt is made to implement the new optimization algorithm called Jaya algorithm for reservoir operation. The algorithm works on the principle moving towards the best and away from the worst solution. The objective of the study is to minimize the annual sum of square deviation of the releases and storages from their target values (demands) and the model is formulated with 75% probable inflows for Jayakwadi stage-1 Reservoir, Upper Godavari basin, India. The optimization model for the mentioned objective is coded in MATLAB. Total releases (Left bank canal (LBC) + Right bank canal (RBC) + Industrial and urban releases) for the month of June, July, August, September, October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May are 9. 65, 6. 33, 6. 65, 7. 90, 7. 93, 15. 02, 10. 78, 17. 21, 10. 78, 27. 29, 9. 09, 26. 09 Million Cubic Meter (MCM) respectively. The algorithm has been successfully applied to real world water resources management problem. The study can further be extended for multi-reservoir planning and operation

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Year: 2017

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