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Charles Cederstrom

Hometown: Chandler, Arizona | Graduation Date: Fall 2019
Civil, Environmental, and Sustainable Engineering

Modeling, Analysis & Decision Making for Coupled Water Systems in the Presence of Significance Uncertainty

Mentor: Armando Rodriguez
FURI: Fall 2018

The purpose of this research is to improve water management modeling and decision making using intelligent control systems and current state-of-the-art water management techniques. This semester the research is focused on simulating a water resource system in Simulink as a closed-loop control system that incorporates physical constraints, social-political-economic factors, and cost-benefit-risk analysis into the simulation model. The control system will serve as a framework that can be used to answer critical planning questions. Such a framework is invaluable to the sustainable and efficient management of natural resources, an integral component of a functioning society.

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Modeling, Analysis and Decision Making for Coupled Water Systems in the Presence of Significant Uncertainty

Mentor: Armando Rodriguez
FURI: Spring 2018

The purpose of this research is to improve water management modeling and decision making using intelligent control systems and current state-of-the-art water management techniques. This semester, the research is focused on simulating a water resource system in Simulink as a closed-loop control system that incorporates physical constraints, social-political-economic factors, and cost-benefit-risk analysis into the simulation model. The control system will serve as a framework that can be used to answer critical planning questions. Such a framework is invaluable to the sustainable and efficient management of natural resources, which is an integral component of a functioning society.