volume 30, issue 8, P1329-1341 2005
DOI: 10.1016/j.energy.2004.02.021
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Abstract: Providing water to all the world's inhabitants is a daunting task. In order to make the task at all feasible, efficiency in planning is required. Demand-responsive project design is directly related to the sustainability of rural water systems, and cost recovery is a significant indicator of demand responsiveness. As such, cost recovery can be used as a proxy indicator of sustainability. Here, a cost recovery criterion is developed using fuzzy set theory as an uncertainty representation tool. This criterion i…

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