Abstract

This study evaluates three contemporary evolutionary algorithms, namely, shark, genetic, and particle swarm algorithms, for optimization in reservoir operation and water supply. The Klang gate dam in Malaysia is selected as the case study to optimize reservoir operation. The key objective of this study is the minimization of water deficits based on demands and released water. The global solution of the problem is computed based on software Lingo and the average solution of the shark algorithm is able to attain 99% of global solution. As well, the shark algorithm can furnish demand values at a faster convergence rate than both genetic and particle swarm algorithms. The reliability index and resiliency index, as useful indices in water resource management, are used and the values of these indices have the highest percent for the shark algorithm, indicating its superiority over other evolutionary algorithms.

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