Soetjiono, Carolina
May 2009
Journal of Applied Sciences in Environmental Sanitation;2009, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p167
Academic Journal
Case Study
This paper discuss systems of reservoirs and lakes for fresh water supply and flood control, aiming to design the system according to the master plan of eastern part of Bandung. The method used was carried out by using the computer programme KOMPLEK in FORTRAN language for optimation of water flow distribution in river system or irrigation system. Three alternatives of location plan for reservoir in river system were determined, however, the optimal one was a reservoir that serves interconnected rivers.


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