The scope of integrated modeling - system boundaries, sub-systems, scales and disciplines

T.G. Schmitt & W. C. Huber
Integrated modeling has become an urgent issue of urban drainage and wastewater treatment planning. The scope of integrated modeling, system boundaries and disciplines to be involved are addressed in view of future developments and new paradigms in urban drainage, demanding the inclusion of the full urban water cycle. A system analysis is demonstrated to identify relevant sub-systems and components, processes and interactions within the urban water system. The permissibility to exclude subsystems or neglect interactions...

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The scope of integrated modeling - system boundaries, sub-systems, scales and disciplines

T.G. Schmitt & W. C. Huber
Integrated modeling has become an urgent issue of urban drainage and wastewater treatment planning. The scope of integrated modeling, system boundaries and disciplines to be involved are addressed in view of future developments and new paradigms in urban drainage, demanding the inclusion of the full urban water cycle. A system analysis is demonstrated to identify relevant sub-systems and components, processes and interactions within the urban water system. The permissibility to exclude subsystems or neglect interactions...

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