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Reliability Optimization of Barrier Lake Disposal Based on Engineering and Cost



Wang Shaoyu, Li Qiang, Huang Xing, Bai Hua and Jia Jing
 
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To improve the ability of risk disposal of major barrier lakes, the research on reliability of barrier lake disposal was carried on. Through the analysis of basic characteristics on barrier lake disposal and the assessment on optimal reliability of disposal system, series-parallel logical structure was proposed to improve the reliability. And then the optimal reliability for series-parallel system of composition unit and disposal system was proposed in the progress of project and the constraint of economic cost. In comprehensive consideration of importance and complexity of the distribution unit, first optimized system unit which did not meet the expected reliability index was optimized again to improve the disposal system reliability and this provide a reference for disposal of major barrier lake in the future.

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Wang Shaoyu, Li Qiang, Huang Xing, Bai Hua and Jia Jing, 2013. Reliability Optimization of Barrier Lake Disposal Based on Engineering and Cost. Information Technology Journal, 12: 7651-7655.

DOI: 10.3923/itj.2013.7651.7655

URL: https://scialert.net/abstract/?doi=itj.2013.7651.7655

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