Optimal Control of Total Chlorine and Free Ammonia Levels in a Water Transmission Pipeline Using Artificial Neural Networks and Genetic Algorithms
W Wu, GC Dandy, HR Maier
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management | ASCE-AMER SOC CIVIL ENGINEERS | Published : 2015
The authors would ike to acknowledge Water Research Australia for its financial support for this project. The authors would also like to thank Associate Professor David Davey and Dr. Stanley McLeod from the University of South Australia for the development and maintenance of the free ammonia analyzer, Mr. Ralph Henderson, Mr. Brett Kerenyi, and Mr. Ross Taylor from Water Corporation for their assistance in data collection and maintenance of the analyzer on-site, and Dr. Chris Chow of SA Water for his helpful advice during the project.