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This how-to book presents a thorough introduction to groundwater systems analysis and appropriate simulation optimization (S/O) approaches for several types of groundwater problems. It covers optimization terminology, principles, and S/O computational approaches and introduces optimization theory and algorithms that have been successful in resolving water quality and groundwater management problems. The author offers guidance for simplifying and solving optimization problems with selected S/O approaches and models by offering case studies, flowcharts, and numerous examples. A dictionary of terminology and access to free software is also included.
PART ANeeds and GoalsReasons for optimizing groundwater pumping strategies and managementNeed for systems approach tools to support other skillsGoalsRelated laws, regulations and protocols Introduction to Mathematical Optimization for Groundwater Strategy DesignSimulation (S) and slo modeling and basic optimization terminologySimple optimization problemOptimization problem typesVariable, constraint and objective function flexibilityIntroduction to optimizer types Introductory S-O model simulator types and use-modesIntroduction and overviewApproximation simulatorsBasic economic and fiscal simulatorsIntroductory Groundwater-Related Optimization Problem Types and FeaturesIntroductionWater supply and flow hydraulic management for nonlinear, unconfined two-layer river-aquifer systemContaminant control via hydraulic optimization for a nonlinear, unconfined two-layer river-aquifer systemWater contamination and transport management for nonlinear, unconfined two-layer river-aquifer systemWater reuse and artificial storage and recovery for unconfined multi-layer aquiferConjunctive use of mixed qualities, salinity, and sustainable productivity for dynamic stream-aquifer systemIntegrated water resource useDewatering for mining or constructionS-O ProcessIntroduction Select or develop s-o models and additional S-O modeling methods and examplesSelect or develop S-O methods and additional S-O modeling methods and examplesPrepare input data to create site-specific s-o applicationPrepare initial feasible solution (strategy) and optimization parameters as input dataRun S-O modelAnalyze results and sensitivity.Report resultsImplement strategy and monitor systemCase StudiesOverviewArkansas Grand Prairie--sustainable conjunctive useNorton Air Force Base, Southwest Boundary TCE plume-hydraulic plume contaimnentBlaine Naval Ammunition Depot PAT transport MINLP optimizationUmatilla Army Depot PAT robustness-enhancing transport MINLP optimizationClosureReferencesAppendicesPART BB1-Sample problems solved by hand or using analytical S-O modelGraphical and algebraic flow optimization to control gradients for 2 extraction and 4 observation wellsDetermining maximum steady pumping duration without causing excessive stream depletionMaximizing pumping that will not cause unacceptable stream depletion within specified periodComputing total stream depletion volume and transient depletion rate resulting from unsteady pumpingSilting a well to avoid unacceptable stream depletionManaging multi-season groundwater pumping while avoiding unacceptable stream depletionDetermining the greatest steady rate at which the well could be pumped during two irrigation seasons in order not to exceed the depletion limit at the end of either seasonDeveloping a maximum pumping strategy that has different pumping rates during two irrigation seasons and satisfies the depletion rate constraint at the end of each irrigation seasonDetermining aquifer head change due to a line source of rechargeDetermine the lag time between the highest surface water stage and the highest potentiometric head in the wellPredicting aquifer head change due to managed stage changes in fully hydraulically connected canalPredicting water table rise beneath a recharge basinPeralta Practical S-O modeling-Groundwater-Coniunctive Use Estimating aquifer hydraulic conductivity from water table rise near hydraulic connected streamMinimizing off-stream reservoir size needed to provide adequate irrigation water while avoiding unacceptable stream depletionOptimizing artificial injection in an unconfined aquiferOptimizing conjunctive use of groundwater and diverted stream water subject to constrained streamflow depl