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The Jilin network is a hypothetical network that was first introduced by Bi and Dandy (2014). It is an optimization problem involving the selection of pipe sizes and chlorine dosing. The demand pattern involves a 24 hour extended period simulation. The available pipe sizes and costs were taken from Kadu et al (2008). The average annual demand is 6.66 MGD.
The KL network is a modified form of the network first presented by Kang and Lansey (2012) with the pumps and fire-fighting conditions being excluded. The unit costs of pipes were taken from Kadu et al. (2008). The average annual demand is 7.69 MGD.