On the selection of rainfall-runoff algorithm in Canada

D. Hansen, S. Ranade & C. R. Hansen
Choice of rainfall-runoff algorithm is obviously a central aspect of urban drainage design. Although it is known that the size and imperviousness of the watershed have a bearing on the choice of algorithm, there is in Canada little evidence that any one algorithm is strongly preferred by most practitioners for application to a given design setting, and less evidence of any one algorithm being broadly specified in Canadian municipal regulations. If a given algorithm is...

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On the selection of rainfall-runoff algorithm in Canada

D. Hansen, S. Ranade & C. R. Hansen
Choice of rainfall-runoff algorithm is obviously a central aspect of urban drainage design. Although it is known that the size and imperviousness of the watershed have a bearing on the choice of algorithm, there is in Canada little evidence that any one algorithm is strongly preferred by most practitioners for application to a given design setting, and less evidence of any one algorithm being broadly specified in Canadian municipal regulations. If a given algorithm is...

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