Analysis of urban runoff control with infiltration facilities

F. Papa & B. J. Adams
ABSTRACT This paper presents two methodologies for estimating the impact of infiltration facilities on reducing stormwater runoff volumes, and pollutant loads, from urban drainage systems. The methodologies have previously been developed using derived probability distribution theory, often referred to in the literature as analytical probabilistic modelling, and differ in that they employ different hydrologic models for the transformation of rainfall to runoff. Moreover, the original model derivations employed herein were developed for the analysis of...

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Analysis of urban runoff control with infiltration facilities

F. Papa & B. J. Adams
ABSTRACT This paper presents two methodologies for estimating the impact of infiltration facilities on reducing stormwater runoff volumes, and pollutant loads, from urban drainage systems. The methodologies have previously been developed using derived probability distribution theory, often referred to in the literature as analytical probabilistic modelling, and differ in that they employ different hydrologic models for the transformation of rainfall to runoff. Moreover, the original model derivations employed herein were developed for the analysis of...

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