Real Rainfall Time Series for Storm Sewer Design

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This 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 real rainfall time series as input and with a simple transfer model of the ARMA-type (Autoregressive moving average) applied to a storm sewer system. The output of the simulation is the frequency distribution of the peak flow, overflow volume etc. from the overflow or the retention storage. The parameters in the transfer model are found either from rainfall/runoff measurements in the catchment or from one or more simulations with an advanced hydraulic computer model.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelProceeding of The Second International Conference on Urban Storm Drainage
Antal sider7
Udgivelses stedIllinois
Publikationsdato1981
Sider358-364
StatusUdgivet - 1981
BegivenhedThe 2d International Conference on Urban Storm Drainage - Urbana, Illinois, USA
Varighed: 14 jun. 198119 jun. 1981
Konferencens nummer: 2d

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KonferenceThe 2d International Conference on Urban Storm Drainage
Nummer2d
LandUSA
ByUrbana, Illinois
Periode14/06/198119/06/1981

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time series
rainfall
simulation
peak flow
computer simulation
catchment
runoff
hydraulics
method
distribution
parameter

Emneord

  • Rainfall
  • Runoff Measurements
  • Storm Sewer Systems
  • Storm Sewer Design
  • Overflows

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Larsen, T. (1981). Real Rainfall Time Series for Storm Sewer Design. I Proceeding of The Second International Conference on Urban Storm Drainage (s. 358-364). Illinois.
Larsen, Torben. / Real Rainfall Time Series for Storm Sewer Design. Proceeding of The Second International Conference on Urban Storm Drainage. Illinois, 1981. s. 358-364
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