Real Rainfall Time Series for Storm Sewer Design

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The paper describes a simulation method for the design of retention storages, overflows etc. in storm sewer systems. The method is based on computer simulation with real rainfall time series as input ans with the aply of a simple transfer model of the ARMA-type (autoregressiv moving average model) as the model of the storm sewer system. The output of the simulation is the frequency distribution of the peak flow, overflow volume etc. from the overflow or retention storage. The parameters in the transfer model is found either from rainfall/runoff measurements in the catchment or from one or a few simulations with an advanced hydraulic computer model.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Udgivelses stedAalborg
ForlagLaboratoriet for Hydraulik og Havnebygning
Antal sider7
StatusUdgivet - 1981
NavnBulletin
Nummer19

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Bibliografisk note

Presented at the Second International Conference on Urban Storm Drainage, June, 198, Urbane, Illinois, USA

PDF for print: 9 pp.

Emneord

  • Retention Storage
  • Overflow
  • Storm Sewer Systems
  • Hydraulic Computer Model
  • Rainfall Measurements
  • Runoff Measurements

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Larsen, T. (1981). Real Rainfall Time Series for Storm Sewer Design. Aalborg: Laboratoriet for Hydraulik og Havnebygning. Bulletin, Nr. 19
Larsen, Torben. / Real Rainfall Time Series for Storm Sewer Design. Aalborg : Laboratoriet for Hydraulik og Havnebygning, 1981. 7 s. (Bulletin; Nr. 19).
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Real Rainfall Time Series for Storm Sewer Design. / Larsen, Torben.

Aalborg : Laboratoriet for Hydraulik og Havnebygning, 1981. 7 s. (Bulletin; Nr. 19).

Publikation: Bog/antologi/afhandling/rapportRapportForskning

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