Shankar Narasimhan

According to our database1, Shankar Narasimhan authored at least 15 papers between 2011 and 2019.

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2019
Learning Conserved Networks from Flows.
CoRR, 2019

2018
A graph partitioning algorithm for leak detection in water distribution networks.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2018

Actuator network design to mitigate contamination effects in Water Distribution Networks.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2018

Optimal operation of water distribution networks with intermediate storage facilities.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2018

2017
Data reconciliation for chemical reaction systems using vessel extents and shape constraints.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2017

2016
Optimal Power Distribution Control for a Network of Fuel Cell Stacks.
CoRR, 2016

Sensor network design for contaminant detection and identification in water distribution networks.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2016

2015
A New Method for Reconstructing Network Topology from Flux Measurements.
CoRR, 2015

Deconstructing principal component analysis using a data reconciliation perspective.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2015

2013
Receding-Horizon Nonlinear Kalman (RNK) Filter for State Estimation.
IEEE Trans. Automat. Contr., 2013

2012
Modeling and simulation of unloading operations in petroleum product storage terminals.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2012

Efficient booster pump placement in water networks using graph theoretic principles.
Proceedings of the 2012 International Green Computing Conference, 2012

2011
Kalman-based strategies for Fault Detection and Identification (FDI): Extensions and critical evaluation for a buffer tank system.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2011

Leak detection in gas pipeline networks using an efficient state estimator. Part II. Experimental and field evaluation.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2011

Leak detection in gas pipeline networks using an efficient state estimator. Part-I: Theory and simulations.
Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2011


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