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Olivier Piller
Olivier Piller
Senior Research Scientist, Bordeaux INRAE
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The battle of the water sensor networks (BWSN): A design challenge for engineers and algorithms
A Ostfeld, JG Uber, E Salomons, JW Berry, WE Hart, CA Phillips, ...
Journal of water resources planning and management 134 (6), 556-568, 2008
5942008
Modeling the behavior of a network-Hydraulic analysis and sampling procedures for parameter estimation
O Piller
Applied Mathematics thesis from the University of Bordeaux (PRES) 288, 1995
68*1995
A robust, rapidly convergent method that solves the water distribution equations for pressure-dependent models
S Elhay, O Piller, J Deuerlein, AR Simpson
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 142 (2), 04015047, 2016
632016
Calibration of water demand multipliers in water distribution systems using genetic algorithms
NC Do, AR Simpson, JW Deuerlein, O Piller
Journal of water resources planning and management 142 (11), 04016044, 2016
512016
Battle of the water sensor networks
M Propato, O Piller
Water Distribution Systems Analysis Symposium 2006, 1-8, 2008
452008
Least action principles appropriate to pressure driven models of pipe networks
O Piller, B Brémond, M Poulton
World Water & Environmental Resources Congress 2003, 1-15, 2003
432003
Modeling control valves in water distribution systems using a continuous state formulation
O Piller, JE van Zyl
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 140 (11), 04014052, 2014
372014
A spatial sampling procedure for physical diagnosis in a drinking water supply network
O Piller, B Brémond, P Morel
International Conference on Computing and Control for the Water Industry …, 1999
351999
Drinking water temperature around the globe: understanding, policies, challenges and opportunities
C Agudelo-Vera, S Avvedimento, J Boxall, E Creaco, H de Kater, ...
Water 12 (4), 1049, 2020
322020
Quality modeling of water distribution systems using sensitivity equations
P Fabrie, G Gancel, I Mortazavi, O Piller
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 136 (1), 34-44, 2010
31*2010
24-hours demand forecasting based on SARIMA and support vector machines
M Braun, T Bernard, O Piller, F Sedehizade
Procedia Engineering 89, 926-933, 2014
302014
Dual calibration for coupled flow and transport models of water distribution systems
O Piller, D Gilbert, JE Van Zyl
Water distribution systems analysis 2010, 722-731, 2010
302010
Sizing municipal storage tanks based on reliability criteria
JE van Zyl, O Piller, Y Le Gat
Journal of water resources planning and management 134 (6), 548-555, 2008
292008
Pressure-driven analysis of network sections supplied via high-lying nodes
O Piller, JE Van Zyl
Integrating water systems, Joby Boxall and Čedo Maksimović (eds), 257-262, 2009
282009
A unified framework for pressure driven network analysis
O Piller, JE Van Zyl
Proc. of Computer and Control in Water Industry, Water Management Challenges …, 2007
282007
A sensor location model to detect contaminations in water distribution networks
M Propato, O Piller, JG Uber
Impacts of Global Climate Change, 1-12, 2005
282005
Local sensitivity of pressure-driven modeling and demand-driven modeling steady-state solutions to variations in parameters
O Piller, S Elhay, J Deuerlein, AR Simpson
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 143 (2), 04016074, 2017
262017
Solving Management Problems in Water Distribution Networks: A Survey of Approaches and Mathematical Models
O Bello, MA Abu-Mahfouz, Y Hamam, RP Page, BK Adedeji, O Piller
Water 11 (3), 29, 2019
232019
Iterative multistage method for a large water network sectorization into DMAs under multiple design objectives
D Gilbert, E Abraham, I Montalvo, O Piller
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 143 (11), 04017067, 2017
232017
Content-based active-set method for the pressure-dependent model of water distribution systems
JW Deuerlein, O Piller, S Elhay, AR Simpson
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 145 (1), 04018082, 2019
212019
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