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Towards integrating water prediction and control technology

P. J. van Overloop, R. R. Negenborn, D. Schwanenberg, B. De Schutter
2011 2011 International Conference on Networking, Sensing and Control  
Therefore, we present a review about technology for the prediction and control of water resources.  ...  Furthermore, we give an overview about ongoing and future work in this field, which is aimed at integrating the techniques from both the water prediction and the water control community.  ...  Future work lies in bridging the gap between prediction and control technologies.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icnsc.2011.5874940 dblp:conf/icnsc/OverloopNSS11 fatcat:dlyekomiyvealbzkauukykuvhi

Acid Mine Drainage Research: Hydrology's Critical Role and Unifying Theme

F. T. Caruccio
1988 Journal American Society of Mining and Reclamation  
And much of the mine drainage related research currently performed should be integrated by a u~ifying  ...  With some exceptions, in innovative treatment techniques many of the concepts and theories regarding acid mine drainage were postulated over 35 years ago.  ...  As part of this overall effort, several ancillary studies developed with regard to prediction technology and the hydrology of a backfill.  ... 
doi:10.21000/jasmr88010228 fatcat:l7n2sr4evzetfnbeippotw4fsy

Making water smart

Matthew J. Wade, Jean-Philippe Steyer, M. Victoria Ruano Garcia
2020 Water Science and Technology  
In this special issue of Water Science and Technology, 11 papers were selected that contribute to a broad discussion and demonstration of state-of-the-art for integration of digitalisation and water management  ...  For over thirty years, pockets of academics and practitioners have attempted to 'smarten' water processes, building on modelling and control foundations, most notably within the Industrial Control and  ... 
doi:10.2166/wst.2020.581 pmid:33341794 fatcat:ehfb2k2pcrefznqhji55n2tdbu

Prediction of Future Development of Automatic Washing Machine Based on Evolutionary Theory

Zhi-Gang XU, Wei-Dong SHEN, Jing-Li LI, De-Yu YANG
2017 DEStech Transactions on Social Science Education and Human Science  
Nine evolution routes out of eight development patterns are summarized, and six kinds of design schemes are suggested.  ...  China, and the Science, Technology and Innovation Commission of Shenzhen Municipality, and the Key Laboratory of High-efficiency and Clean Mechanical Manufacture at Shandong University, Ministry of Education  ...  The evolution route six is shown in figure 7 , the current state of the washing machine is controlled by PLC, and the next step development will be toward feedback controlling.  ... 
doi:10.12783/dtssehs/icss2016/9200 fatcat:hjjmfp5gmrhpjj3ffgagc3wld4

Water Allocation and Integrative Management of Precision Irrigation: A Systematic Review

Zhongwei Liang, Xiaochu Liu, Jianbin Xiong, Jinrui Xiao
2020 Water  
Some frontier techniques such as data-oriented irrigation management, performance-proven water allocation, and cloud-based irrigation control are among the critical technologies capable of building a sustainable  ...  This paper reviews the latest research developments in water allocation mechanism and integrative management effectiveness of precision irrigation, and highlights how irrigation water allocation and integrative  ...  Acknowledgments: We thank the editors for their hard work and the referees for their comments and valuable suggestions that helped to improve this paper.  ... 
doi:10.3390/w12113135 fatcat:q3ftrtlafzf2bikxrh2a5jnfce

Towards adaptive and integrated management paradigms to meet the challenges of water governance

J. Halbe, C. Pahl-Wostl, J. Sendzimir, J. Adamowski
2013 Water Science and Technology  
Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM) aims at finding practical and sustainable solutions to water resource issues.  ...  This paper proposes a new methodology for the integrated analysis of water resources management and governance systems in order to elicit and analyze case-specific management paradigms.  ...  | Towards adaptive and integrated management paradigms Water Science & Technology | 67.11 | 2013  ... 
doi:10.2166/wst.2013.146 pmid:23752402 fatcat:qfjpqbmzs5brzpezbznh2v3sga

Model Predictive Control of Smart Greenhouses as the Path towards Near Zero Energy Consumption

Chiara Bersani, Ahmed Ouammi, Roberto Sacile, Enrico Zero
2020 Energies  
Thus, we compared and analyzed traditional versus model predictive control methods with the aim to enhance indoor microclimate condition management under an energy-saving approach.  ...  This paper is a review of the precision and sustainable agriculture approaches focusing on the current advance technological solution to monitor, track, and control greenhouse systems to enhance production  ...  Advances in control algorithms, big data, information and communication technologies, and integration of renewable energy systems constitute the other factors contributing to the smart agriculture market  ... 
doi:10.3390/en13143647 fatcat:jrvjpiorxjftjchxr3gl4aq5yu

Innovative Technologies for District Heating and Cooling: InDeal Project

Serafeim Moustakidis, Ioannis Meintanis, Nicos Karkanias, George Halikias, Elise Saoutieff, Pierre Gasnier, Javier Ojer-Aranguren, Athanasios Anagnostis, Bartosz Marciniak, Isabelle Rodot, Emil Lezak, Jakub Pluta (+6 others)
2019 Proceedings (MDPI)  
A holistic interdisciplinary approach for district heating and cooling (DHC) networks is presented that integrates heterogeneous innovative technologies from various scientific sectors.  ...  The solution is based on a multi-layer control and modelling framework that has been designed to minimize the total plant production costs and optimize heating/cooling distribution.  ...  A crucial future step is the final integration of the control framework and the supporting technologies in a web platform that will be user-friendly and will allow optimal decision making and planning.  ... 
doi:10.3390/proceedings2019005001 fatcat:dfncnzsbmnbuzoshikpdxeqjp4

Water Coning Prediction Review and Control: Developing an Integrated Approach

Anietie Okon, Dulu Appah, Julius Akpabio
2017 Journal of Scientific Research and Reports  
To ameliorate this oil production related problem, several water coning prediction models and control approaches have been developed by researchers.  ...  The analytical and empirical prediction approaches are qualitative water coning prediction approach with limited field scale application.  ...  Therefore, this paper evaluates the various water coning prediction approaches and the control methods to propose an integrated approach to avert water coning during production of oil and gas from the  ... 
doi:10.9734/jsrr/2017/33291 fatcat:3sucqwzlyzgj5egdjjk5bcqacy

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2021 2021 IEEE Latin America Electron Devices Conference (LAEDC)  
Rf cmos Silicon-on-Insulator (SOI) SOI technologies for RF and millimeter-wave integrated circuits SOI technologies for RF and millimeter-wave integrated circuits RF measurements technology Influence  ...  with a silicon nanowire biosensor Silicon nitride Fabrication of Nanopores Using the Controlled Dielectric Breakdown Technique Silicon-based substrate SOI technologies for RF and millimeter-wave integrated  ... 
doi:10.1109/laedc51812.2021.9437930 fatcat:3tanameu3fa6jiubgbtih53z4y

Transitions towards adaptive management of water facing climate and global change [chapter]

Claudia Pahl-Wostl
2006 Integrated Assessment of Water Resources and Global Change  
This implies a paradigm shift in water management from a prediction and control to a management as learning approach.  ...  More attention has to be devoted to understanding and managing the transition from current management regimes to more adaptive regimes that take into account environmental, technological, economic, institutional  ...  Acknowledgements The ideas developed here profited from intensive discussions with participants from the NeWater project and the framing committee of the Global Water Systems Project.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4020-5591-1_4 fatcat:ssumoowgarcsfgplglxqesewny

Making Lake Erie Smart by Driving Innovations in Technology and Networking

Becky Pearson, Tim Kearns, Tad Slawecki, Bryan Stubbs, Max Herzog, Kelli Paige, David Fitch
2019 Frontiers in Marine Science  
Tomorrow's smart lakes and oceans will be able to, among other things, predict changes in the water environment and produce information critical to proper management and planning.  ...  Smart Lake Erie -a proof of concept -will integrate data from distributed sensors using resilient networks to feed adaptive, predictive analytics that define and perhaps even perform necessary management  ...  Components of a smart city typically include distributed sensing, resilient networking, integration of diverse data, adaptive and predictive analysis, and automated control and interoperability.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmars.2019.00731 fatcat:pw3pg2wnjfdd3nsygxvjtuk3ii

Information, public empowerment, and the management of urban watersheds

C PAHLWOSTL
2005 Environmental Modelling & Software  
In this paper it is argued that this implies a shift from constructing and managing centralized technology with centralized control, towards the intelligent design of integrated environment-technical-human  ...  systems with decentralized and integrated technical systems and distributed and flexible mechanisms of coordination and control.  ...  It is mainly based on the ability to predict and to control environmental risks with technology.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.envsoft.2004.02.005 fatcat:hgwkkbzrzzfjdem6wmdok34ixm

A Perception Study of an Integrated Water System Project in a Water Scarce Community in the Philippines

Ignacio, Malenab, Pausta, Beltran, Belo, Tanhueco, Promentilla, Orbecido
2019 Water  
The Integrated Water System (IWS) offers alternative water and sanitation services that can potentially benefit rural communities experiencing water scarcity.  ...  The framework of this study is based on the combined technology acceptance model and theory of planned behavior (C-TAM-TPB) concept.  ...  control, 2 for social norms, and 3 for behavioral intention towards use of the technology were used to evaluate each construct.  ... 
doi:10.3390/w11081593 fatcat:auqeusovsfgpvowkv4okjissmu

Transitions towards adaptive management of water facing climate and global change

Claudia Pahl-Wostl
2006 Water resources management  
This implies a paradigm shift in water management from a prediction and control to a management as learning approach.  ...  More attention has to be devoted to understanding and managing the transition from current management regimes to more adaptive regimes that take into account environmental, technological, economic, institutional  ...  Acknowledgements The ideas developed here profited from intensive discussions with participants from the NeWater project and the framing committee of the Global Water Systems Project.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11269-006-9040-4 fatcat:ftb5md2i7nfpzhlhm236pogj7q
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