Nodal matrix analysis for optimal pressure-reducing valve localization in a water distribution system

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Nodal matrix analysis for optimal pressure-reducing valve localization in a water distribution system. / Gupta, Aditya; Bokde, Neeraj; Kulat, Kishore; Yaseen, Zaher Mundher.

I: Energies, Bind 13, Nr. 8, 1878, 2020.

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Gupta, Aditya ; Bokde, Neeraj ; Kulat, Kishore ; Yaseen, Zaher Mundher. / Nodal matrix analysis for optimal pressure-reducing valve localization in a water distribution system. I: Energies. 2020 ; Bind 13, Nr. 8.

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