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Main Title Reliable modeling of urban water systems /
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Author Title of a Work
James, William,
Publisher CHI,
Year Published 2008
OCLC Number 182040360
ISBN 9780980885309; 0980885302
Subjects Urban runoff--Management--Congresses. ; Urban runoff--Mathematical models--Congresses. ; Municipal water supply--Mathematical models--Congresses. ; Urban hydrology--Congresses. ; Storm sewers--Mathematical models--Congresses.
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ELBM  TD665.S727 2008 AWBERC Library/Cincinnati,OH 03/29/2010
Collation xviii, 485 p. : ill., maps, plans, ports. ; 24 cm.
Notes
Proceedings of the Stormwater and Urban Water Systems Modeling Conference, Toronto, Ont., Feb. 22-23, 2007. "Monograph 16". Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
Interactions of phosphorus with anthropogenic and engineered particulate matter as a function of mass, number and surface area -- Determination of overflow risk for stormwater systems -- Combined urban and rural models for integrated river management -- Hydraulic assessment of the Ganaraska River, Port Hope, Ontario -- Database for in-field condition assessments of flood control infrastructure and prioritization of remedial action budgeting -- Minimizing erosion hazards in a dynamic river system -- Urban induced rainfall modifications on urban hydrologic response -- Integrated web-based flow monitoring and hydraulic modeling in Erie County, New York -- Integrating sewer inspection data into SWMM model calibration -- Surge modeling in sewers using alternative hydraulic software programs -- Arc hydro: a framework for integrating GIS and hydrology -- Extrapolation of available monitoring data to facilitate long-term continuous simulation modeling -- Factors affecting scour of previously captured sediment from stormwater catchbasin sumps -- Assessing the effectiveness of proprietary stormwater treatment devices -- Characterization and comparison of sediments from four stormwater ponds -- Land development characteristics in Jefferson County, Alabama -- Modeling the stormwater benefits of green roofs in the City of Toronto -- Representation of non-directly connected impervious area in SWMM runoff modeling -- Evapotranspiration and related calculations for bioretention devices -- Techniques to assess rain gardens as stormwater best management practices -- Locating leaks in water distribution systems using network modeling -- An explicit conduit storage synthesis algorithm for solving decoupled forcemain networks -- Determining a consistent peak flow level of control for a wet weather management plan -- Probabilistic versus regression modeling for disinfection byproducts -- Determining peak flow recurrence in combined basins with limited flow data using genetic algorithm calibration.