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Main Title Needs Survey (1978): Continuous Stormwater Pollution Simulation Systems.
Author Kezer, Richard ; Graham, Philip ;
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Facility Requirements Div.
Year Published 1979
Report Number EPA/DF-79/004;
Stock Number PB-294 444
Additional Subjects Models-simulation ; Runoff ; Water pollution ; Rainfall ; Water quality ; Urban areas ; Mathematical models ; Computer programs ; Fortran ; Biochemical oxygen demand ; Nitrogen ; Suspended sediments ; Lead(Metal) ; Magnetic tapes ; Fortran G programming language ; IBM-3032 computers ; IBM-370/168 computers ; CSPSS computer program ; Total Kjeldahl nitrogen ; Urban hydrology ; Storm water runoff
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
NTIS  PB-294 444 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 06/23/1988
Collation mag tape
A simplified continuous rainfall/runoff/receiving water quality response simulation model is presented. The purpose of this model is to simulate all major urban pollution sources in a simple yet rational number. Application of the model provides long-term simulation of the total urban system at moderate cost. Processes simulated include rainfall, direct runoff, watershed pollution accumulation and washoff, sewer system infiltration, storage/treatment systems for wet-weather flow, dry-weather WWTP effluent, upstream flow, and receiving water quality response to the combined effects of all the above pollution sources. Pollutants considered are biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), total kjeldahl nitrogen (TKN), suspended solids (SS), and lead (Pb). Receiving water responses simulated included suspended solids concentrations, minimum dissolved oxygen concentrations, and total and dissolved lead concentrations. The simulation provides a planning tool which may be used to evaluate the long-term water quality impacts of various water quality management alternatives including control of combined sewer overflow and/or urban stormwater runoff...Software Description: The system is written in Fortran G for implementation on a IBM 3032 and 370-168 MVT operating system. 300k bytes of storage are required to run the system.