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  1. A Case Study of Energy Cost Optimization in Monroe Water Distribution System Fatemeh Alighalehbabakhani Carol J. Miller Shawn McElmurry S. Mohsen Sadatiyan A.

  2. Content 1

  3. Introduction 2

  4. Introduction 3

  5. CaseStudy 4

  6. Case Study 5

  7. Case Study Details 6

  8. Tanks 7

  9. Areas that Elevated Tank Meet Demand 8

  10. Specific Volume Curve 9

  11. Maybee Elevated Tank ( T-3) 10

  12. Energy and Hydraulic Demand for the System On- Peak Hours for Hydraulic Demand On- Peak Hours for Energy Demand Average daily variation in hydraulic demand for the Monroe system in 2005 11

  13. Goals • Reduce Energy Cost • Reduce Emission These tanks could supply water during on-peak hours and be refilled during off-peak hours to minimize costs and emission. 3 12

  14. Pressure Control Nodes Specification - Area1 13

  15. Pressure Control Nodes Specification- Area 2 14

  16. Modeling Runs Specifications 15

  17. Result 16

  18. Conclusion 17

  19. Conclusion Not all elevated storage tanks provide the same amount of reductions in energy consumption, financial costs or pollutant emissions. Modeling similar to what has been presented here can identify the optimal tank size and system scheduling for maximized benefit. 18

  20. Thanks for your attention 19

  21. WaterGEMS Output Second Run First Run (Base Run) 20

  22. WaterGEMS Output Third Run Fourth Run 21

  23. First Run 22

  24. First Run 23

  25. Second Run 24

  26. Second Run 25

  27. Third Run 26

  28. ThirdRun 27

  29. Fourth Run 28

  30. Fourth Run 29