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Edo Abraham
Edo Abraham
Associate Professor of Water Management & Control, TU Delft
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A Graph-Theoretic Framework for Assessing the Resilience of Sectorised Water Distribution Networks
M Herrera, E Abraham, I Stoianov
Water Resources Management, 2016
2032016
Optimal active control and optimization of a wave energy converter
E Abraham, EC Kerrigan
Sustainable Energy, IEEE Transactions on 4 (2), 324-332, 2013
1262013
Demonstrating demand response from water distribution systems through pump scheduling
R Menke, E Abraham, P Parpas, I Stoianov
Applied Energy 170, 377-387, 2016
1172016
Control of water distribution networks with dynamic DMA topology using strictly feasible sequential convex programming
R Wright, E Abraham, P Parpas, I Stoianov
Water Resources Research 51 (12), 9925–9941, 2015
842015
Waterbox: A testbed for monitoring and controlling smart water networks
S Kartakis, E Abraham, JA McCann
Proceedings of the 1st ACM International Workshop on Cyber-Physical Systems …, 2015
792015
Exploring Optimal Pump Scheduling in Water Distribution Networks with Branch and Bound Methods
R Menke, E Abraham, P Parpas, I Stoianov
Water Resources Management 30 (14), 5333-5349, 2016
562016
Sparse Null Space Algorithms for Hydraulic Analysis of Large-Scale Water Supply Networks
E Abraham, I Stoianov
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 04015058, 2015
412015
Africa needs context-relevant evidence to shape its clean energy future
Y Mulugetta, Y Sokona, PA Trotter, S Fankhauser, J Omukuti, ...
Nature Energy 7 (11), 1015-1022, 2022
402022
Extending the Envelope of Demand Response Provision though Variable Speed Pumps
R Menke, E Abraham, P Parpas, I Stoianov
Procedia Engineering 186, 584-591, 2017
382017
Pressure-leak duality for leak detection and localization in water distribution systems
DB Steffelbauer, J Deuerlein, D Gilbert, E Abraham, O Piller
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 148 (3), 04021106, 2022
362022
Approximation of system components for pump scheduling optimisation
R Menke, E Abraham, P Parpas, I Stoianov
Procedia Engineering 119, 1059-1068, 2015
352015
Quadratic head loss approximations for optimisation problems in water supply networks
F Pecci, E Abraham, I Stoianov
Journal of Hydroinformatics 19 (4), 493-506, 2017
332017
Optimized control of pressure reducing valves in water distribution networks with dynamic topology
R Wright, E Abraham, P Parpas, I Stoianov
Procedia Engineering 119, 1003-1011, 2015
322015
Sustainable water resources management in an arid area using a coupled optimization-simulation modeling
S Farrokhzadeh, SA Hashemi Monfared, G Azizyan, A Sardar Shahraki, ...
Water 12 (3), 885, 2020
292020
Decreasing the discoloration risk of drinking water distribution systems through optimized topological changes and optimal flow velocity control
E Abraham, M Blokker, I Stoianov
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 144 (2), 04017093, 2018
292018
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), 2017
282017
Scalable Pareto set generation for multiobjective co-design problems in water distribution networks: a continuous relaxation approach
F Pecci, E Abraham, I Stoianov
Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization, 2016
272016
Graph-theoretic Surrogate Measures for Analysing the Resilience of Water Distribution Networks
M Herrera, E Abraham, I Stoianov
Procedia Engineering 119, 1241-1248, 2015
262015
Electricity price forecasting in European Day Ahead Markets: a greedy consideration of market integration
T Van Der Heijden, J Lago, P Palensky, E Abraham
IEEE Access 9, 119954-119966, 2021
242021
Global optimality bounds for the placement of control valves in water supply networks
F Pecci, E Abraham, I Stoianov
Optimization and Engineering 20, 457-495, 2019
242019
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