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Proceedings of the 1st International Symposium on Water System Operations (Beijing, 2018)

The temporally and spatially uneven distribution of water resources is rather common all over the world. Hydraulic engineering is one of the most important infrastructures to address such problems since it can deal with flood defense, water supply, irrigation, and hydropower etc.

There are a large number of reservoirs all over the world, and China alone has over 98,000 of them. The existence of these reservoirs has greatly changed the natural runoff processes, leading to a lot of difficulties in optimal reservoir operation. In addition, inter-basin water diversion project, although ecologically controversial, is an important measure to alleviate the water crisis. Up to now, more than 350 water diversion projects have been built in at least 40 countries and regions around the world. Many hydro-solar-wind multi-energy systems along the reservoirs and inter-basin water diversion systems are planned and constructed.

It is now clear that, compared with the earlier generation of water projects, new and/or additional sources of water are becoming scarce, more expensive to develop, require more expertise and technological know-how for planning, design, implementation and operation, and often could result in more social and environmental disruptions. Not surprisingly, there is an increasing realization that scientific understanding of water systems operations is essential and necessary for efficiently and effectively manage the existing water projects, which help for future human welfare.

The goal of this symposium is to bring together researchers of academia and practitioners to share latest scientific advancements, emerging technologies, and directions in issues relevant to water system operations. This conference will provide opportunities to present novel research results and networking for future activities.

This event coincides with many other events in celebration of the 60th anniversary of the host institute, China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Research (IWHR). In this respect, we are liaising with many other international association such as ICOLD, ICID-CIID, others. Participants of this symposium will enjoy discounted or free access to the 60th anniversary technical events.

For more details, please visit the website of this symposium.

ID Title Authors Year
20330 Comprehensive Benefit Allocation for Joint Operation of Multiple Reservoirs in the Ningbo Based on Shapely-Value Method and Benefit-Incremental Method
Peibing Song; Chao Wang; Guanshe Yang; Xiao Jing; Gongbo Ding
20331 Evaluation Method and Empirical Research of Regional Water-Energy-Food Synergetic Development
Guiqin Jiang; Maihuan Zhao; Qiong Su; Yiqing He
20332 Study on Flood and Sediment Joint Operation of Dadu River Downstream Cascade Reservoirs
Liyu Lu; Chunhua Tao; Weibin Huang
20333 Thirty Years of the Yellow River Water Allocation Scheme and Future Prospect
Yu wang; Shaoming Peng; Guiqin Jiang; Hongbin Fang
20334 The Practice and Effectiveness of Ecological Operation Experiment on Spawning of the Four Major Chinese Carps by Three Gorges Reservoir
Wei Xu; Xiaojuan Chen; Jiangping Tao; Cao Jun
20335 Dynamic Economic Dispatch in Thermal-Wind-Small Hydropower Generation System
Guangbiao Liu; Jianzhong Zhou; Xiaogang Xiao; Li Mo; Yang Yuqi; Lu Chengwei
20336 A Research Overview of the Siltation Loss Controls and Capacity Recovery Processes in China’s Reservoirs
H H Hu; A J Deng; J G Chen; H L Shi; M Ye
20337 High Risk Flash Flood Rainstorm Area Mapping and Its Application in Jiangxi Province, China
Hui Ding; Yifan Liao; Bingzhang Lin
20338 Joint Optimal Flood Control Operation of Large Scale Mixed Reservoirs
Gang Zha; Jianzhong Zhou; Lu Chen; Quansen Wang; Chengwei Lu; Xin Yang; Ling Dai; Chao Zhou
20339 Research on Valuation of Water System in Source Region of the Yellow River Based on Emergy Theory
Yongqiang Wang; Zhiming Liu; Zhe Yuan; Jijun Xu; Jin Chen

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