Propagation of pollutants discharged by urban drainage overflows in natural streams in unsteady flow conditions

A. Paoletti, U. Sanfilippo, D. Sessa & I. Innocenti
The first aim of the paper is to present a new conceptual approach to simulate the propagation of dissolved pollutants in one-dimensional streams under unsteady flow conditions by means of the superimposition of effects. Such approach consists in the extension to the unsteady flow of an already existing so-called IUP approach, already set up and widely tested for steady flow. The reliability of such an extension to unsteady flow is validated comparing it with the...

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Propagation of pollutants discharged by urban drainage overflows in natural streams in unsteady flow conditions

A. Paoletti, U. Sanfilippo, D. Sessa & I. Innocenti
The first aim of the paper is to present a new conceptual approach to simulate the propagation of dissolved pollutants in one-dimensional streams under unsteady flow conditions by means of the superimposition of effects. Such approach consists in the extension to the unsteady flow of an already existing so-called IUP approach, already set up and widely tested for steady flow. The reliability of such an extension to unsteady flow is validated comparing it with the...

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