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Main Title Conceptual modeling of urban water systems /
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
James, William,
Publisher CHI,
Year Published 2009
OCLC Number 267123472
ISBN 9780980885323; 0980885329
Subjects Urban runoff--Mathematical models--Congresses ; Municipal water supply--Mathematical models--Congresses ; Storm sewers--Mathematical models--Congresses ; Urban runoff--Management--Congresses ; Urban hydrology--Congresses
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
ELBM  TD665.S727 2009 AWBERC Library/Cincinnati,OH 03/29/2010
Collation xvi, 466 p. : ill.
Presentations from the Conference on Stormwater and Urban Water Systems Modeling, held in Toronto, Ont., Feb. 21-22, 2008. "CHI publications catalog #R229"--Back cover. "CHI catalog number: R235"--T.p. verso. "Monograph 17". Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
The use of decision analysis and watershed modeling to investigate E.coli potential sources and solutions in Lake Tuscaloosa Watershed, Alabama -- HSPF application to microbial indicator data -- A proposal for a new research direction -- GIS applications for regulatory compliance -- A simple model for estimating future channel migration from historical aerial photographs -- An evaluation of stormwater management practices to provide flood protection for watershed-based targets -- Western New York stormwater coalition: compliance through collaboration -- Video processing techniques for assisted CCTV inspection and condition rating of sewers -- A multi-objective optimization decision support model for renewal planning of sewer networks -- Identifying wet-weather sanitary system problems by combining field investigations with computer modeling -- Storm drainage system modeling of Edmonton's Clareview and pilot sound storm basins -- Revising a combined sewer system design for improved results -- Integration of SWMM into a dam break, hurricane, and extreme flood modeling and damage assessment framework -- Evaluating surge potential in CSO tunnels -- Flow regime transition and air entrapment in combined sewer storage tunnels -- Manhole storage capacity influence on transient flow modeling during storm sewer flooding event -- Structural BMPs for stormwater treatment control -- a performance based design method for urban drainage systems -- Characterization of urban green roofs' stormwater runoff -- Scour in stormwater catchbasin devices -- experimental results from a full-scale physical model -- Implementation of flushing tanks in combined sewer networks to comply with optimal self-cleansing properties -- Physical model study, CSO diversion through bottom outlet slot, site DS-4 upper rouge tunnel systems -- Current technologies for on-line monitoring of drinking water in distribution systems -- A simulation study on using inverse transient analysis for leak detection in water distribution networks -- A network learning approach for asset management in water distribution infrastructure.