Design of a retention pond: comparison of stormwater quality models with various levels of complexity

M. Mourad, J. L. Bertrand-Krajewski & G. Chebbo
Stormwater quality simulation models are useful tools for the design and management of sewer systems. Modelling results can be sensitive to experimental data used for calibration. This sensitivity is examined for three modelling approaches of various complexities (site mean concentration approach, event mean concentration approach and build-up, washoff and transport modelling approach) applied to a dry detention pond design case study, accounting for the variability of calibration data and their effect on simulation results. Calibrated...

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Design of a retention pond: comparison of stormwater quality models with various levels of complexity

M. Mourad, J. L. Bertrand-Krajewski & G. Chebbo
Stormwater quality simulation models are useful tools for the design and management of sewer systems. Modelling results can be sensitive to experimental data used for calibration. This sensitivity is examined for three modelling approaches of various complexities (site mean concentration approach, event mean concentration approach and build-up, washoff and transport modelling approach) applied to a dry detention pond design case study, accounting for the variability of calibration data and their effect on simulation results. Calibrated...

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