Urban drainage systems (UDS) may be considered large–scale systems given their large number of associated states and decision actions, making challenging their real–time control (RTC) design. Moreover, the complexity of the dynamics of the UDS makes necessary the development of strategies for the control design. This paper reviews and discusses several techniques and strategies commonly used for the control of UDS. Moreover, the models to describe, simulate, and control the transport of wastewater in UDS are also reviewed.
CitationGarcía, L., Barreiro, J., Escobar, E., Téllez, D., Quijano, N., Ocampo-Martinez, C.A. Modeling and real-time control of urban drainage systems : a review. "Advances in water resources", 2015, vol. 85, p. 120-132.
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