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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
6022008
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, A Simpson
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 142 (2), 04015047-1 …, 2016
652016
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
562016
Battle of the water sensor networks
M Propato, O Piller
Water Distribution Systems Analysis Symposium 2006, 1-8, 2008
442008
Least action principles appropriate to pressure driven models of pipe networks
O Piller, B Brémond, M Poulton
ASCE Conf. Proc. 113, 19-30, 2003
432003
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
412020
Modeling control valves in water distribution systems using a continuous state formulation
O Piller, JE van Zyl
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 140 (11), 04014052-1-04014052-9, 2014
382014
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
361999
Quality modeling of water distribution systems using sensitivity equations
P Fabrie, G Gancel, I Mortazavi, O Piller
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 136 (1), p. 34-p. 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
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
292009
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
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
292007
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
272017
Iterative multi-stage 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, 10 p., 2017
252017
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
242019
A content-based active set method for the pressure dependent model of water distribution systems
J Deuerlein, O Piller, S Elhay, A Simpson
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 145 (1), 04018082, 14 p., 2019
232019
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