San Joaquin River DOTMDL -- Technical Working Group

Optimal Allocation of Artificial Aeration Along a Polluted Stream Using Dynamic Programming

Authors: Shin Chang
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Summary: Thesis submitted by a Master of Science candidate to the University of California, Los Angeles Engineering Department. It is a mathematical model formulated for the optimization of the allocation of aeration capacity in a polluted stream so that the sum of the aeration costs and the costs of damage caused by failing to meet the required stream standard is minimized.
To Obtain: UC Berkeley Water Resources Archive Collection

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