Groundwater surcharging of sewers: example from Doncaster, England of a technique for identifying its extent

B.L. Morris, I. Neumann, J.E. Cunningham, R.L. Hargreaves, J. Rueedi & A.A. Cronin
A technique is described for the rapid assessment of which parts of an existing sewer or pluvial drain network may be below the watertable and, therefore, in areas of potential gain from groundwater. The technique, which arose from data conditioning for the pipeline leakage part of an urban water balance model array, can be used together with a groundwater flow model to undertake scenario modelling. The extent of effects on the sewer network from different...

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Groundwater surcharging of sewers: example from Doncaster, England of a technique for identifying its extent

B.L. Morris, I. Neumann, J.E. Cunningham, R.L. Hargreaves, J. Rueedi & A.A. Cronin
A technique is described for the rapid assessment of which parts of an existing sewer or pluvial drain network may be below the watertable and, therefore, in areas of potential gain from groundwater. The technique, which arose from data conditioning for the pipeline leakage part of an urban water balance model array, can be used together with a groundwater flow model to undertake scenario modelling. The extent of effects on the sewer network from different...

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