Water network optimisation with consideration of network complexity
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This paper presents a superstructural model for the synthesis of water network, with the objective to reduce its complexity. A less complex network will ease its operation. Different constraints are added to the model, i.e. reduced piping length and number of piping connections. Literature case study comprises of ten water-using processes is used to demonstrate the approach.
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