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  • more general networks where other types of units than pools are also present, e.g. units that extract pollutants. Mathematically, this generalisation falls within the framework of so-called wastewater management networks; see e.g. [6].
  • treating the network topology as a decision variable, as done in [8].

CPLEX applications


[1] N. Adhya, M. Tawarmalani, and N. V. Sahinidis. A Lagrangian approach to the pooling problem. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 38(5):1956–1972, 1999.


[9] Ruth Misener and Christodoulos A. Floudas. Advances for the pooling problem: Modeling, global optimization, and computational studies. Applied and Computational Mathematics, 8(1), 3-22, 2009.


Prof. Etienne de Klerk, Tilburg University

Dr. Ahmadreza Marandi, Tilburg University 

Dr. Lars Schewe, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

Prof. Kees Vuik, Delft University