International Symposium on Urban Stormwater Management : Sydney, 4-7 February 1992 : preprints of papers.

By: International Symposium on Urban Stormwater Management (1992 : Sydney, N.S.W.).
Contributor(s): Institution of Engineers, Australia | International Association for Hydraulic Research | Joint Committee on Urban Storm Drainage | International Association on Water Pollution Research and Control.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: National conference publication / Institution of Engineers, Australia: 92/1Publisher: Barton, A.C.T. : Institution of Engineers, Australia, 1991Description: 2 volumes, 456 pages : illustrations, plans ; 30 cm.ISBN: 0858255472.Subject(s): STORMWATER | URBAN RUNOFF | OVERFLOWS | URBAN AREAS | WATER QUALITY | MODELS | DRAINAGE | FLOODS | EXTREME EVENTS | RAINFALL | SEWERS | RIVER FLOW | MONITORING | HYDROGRAPHS | CALIBRATION | SEWAGE TREATMENT | COASTAL ZONE | OCEAN OUTFALLS | NUTRIENTS | MANAGEMENT | INFLOW | HYDROLOGY | MODELLING | DETENTION | FLOODING | SEWAGE DISPOSAL | CONFERENCESHoldings: GRETA POINT: 628.2 INT
Contents:
VOLUME 1. -- 1. Prediction of Urban Nonpoint Source Water Quality: Methods and Models / W.C. Huber -- 2. Stormwater Management in Congested Urban Areas in Tokyo / S. Fujita -- 3. Design Criteria for Managing Detention Basin Quality / J.B. Ellis -- 4. Overview of Sediment Issues in Urban Drainage / J. Marsalek -- 5. Integrated Stormwater Management in Highly Urbanized Areas / W.G. Geiger -- 6. Observed Intense Short Duration Rainfall Associated with Flash Floods in the Sydney Metropolitan Area / E. Spark -- 7. Evaluation of the Station-Year Method for Frequency Analysis of Extreme Rainfall Events / P.H. Chuang, E.B. Shuy -- 8. A Method for the Derivation of Rainfall Intensity - Frequency - Duration Data Below 5 Minutes / M.R. Kennedy, L.J. Minty -- 9. The Influence of Temporal Patterns on Surface Runoff Hydrographs / J.E. Ball -- 10. A Hitchhikers Guide to Urban Stormwater: Data Collection and Modelling / R.M. Knee, T.M. Daniell, A.C. Falkland -- 11. Sydney Water Board Sewer Flow Gauging Strategy / R.F. Beardsley -- 12. Assessment of Spatio-Temporal Variations in Water Quality in the Design of a Monitoring Program for the Lane Cove River, Sydney, NSW / C.A. Preston, B.G. Coote, J.C. Evans -- 13. Data Evaluation Before Urban Runoff Quality Modelling / K. Sriananthakumar, G.P. Codner -- 14. Comparison of Peak Discharges from Full and Partial Areas of an Overland Plane / C.N. Chen, T.S.W. Wong -- 15. A Simple Flood Hydrograph Model for Urban Catchments / M.C. Bufill, M.J. Boyd -- 16. Comparison of the Field-Williams (GKM) and RAFTS Runoff-Routing Computer Models: A Case Study / P.B. Cupitt -- 17. Development of Flood Flow Estimation Guidelines for the Auckland Region, New Zealand / S.J. Priestley -- 18. Comments on the Calibration of Runoff-Routing Models / M.E. Osborne -- 19. Stormwater Intrusion into Separate Sewerage Systems: Overflows, lmpacts and Controls / M.G. Carleton -- 20. Sampling of Stormwater Water Quality in Two Sydney Creeks / H.H. Ngo, A.M. Bovis, G.G. O'Loughlin -- 21. Coastal Stormwater Discharge in Selected Sydney Catchments / E.J. O'Brien, W.G. Rowlands, J.H. Dolton, H.J. Sibun, J.J. Burchmore -- 22. Relationships of Nutrients in Stormwater Drains to Urban Catchment Attributes in Perth / H.T.H. Tan -- 23. Performance of Trash Rack on Cup and Saucer Creek Stormwater Channel / R.L. Sim, J.L. Webster -- 24. Total Catchment Management in an Inner City Environment / J.R. Lawrence -- 25. Orissa Street Stormwater Channel Catchment Management Study / J.L. Webster, R.L. Sim, I.R. Thorpe, W.J. Walsh -- 26. The Need for a Single Drainage Authority for Metropolitan Sydney: A Case Study / D.C. Still -- 27. Towards a Workable Total Catchment Management Approach / J.G. Roberts, I.R.W. Furner -- 28. Measurement of Sewage Flow and Hydraulic Effect of Rainfall on Sewage Flow / T.R. Wallace, P.J. Bliss -- 29. Siphonic Overflows: Modelling Results / B.N. Aiken -- 30. Quakers Hat Bay Overflow - Side Weir or Orifice? / B.N. Aiken -- 31. The Circular Weir Overflow / S.C. Beecham -- 32. Difficulties in Modelling Storm Sewage Overflow (SSO) Chambers / S.C. Beecham -- 33. Environmentally Responsible Stormwater Runoff Management / P.J. Higgins -- 34. Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining / A.E. Gear -- 35. Stormwater Management Strategy for Gungahlin ACT / M.A. Winsbury -- 36. A Simple Hydrologic Model for Sewer Inflow/Infiltration / R.G. Mein, N. Apostolidis -- 37. HYDRO-GEN: A Sewer Flow Modelling Methodology for Separate Systems / P.H. West, G. McDermott, V. Mohanathasan -- 38. Separate Sewer System Hydrology: A New Dimension / G. McDermott, V. Mohanathasan, K. Srinivasan -- 39. Modelling of Stormwater Ingress into Foulwater Sewers / A.R. Deen, I. Salbe, R.W. Craig -- 40. Setting Priorities for Urban Stormwater Management on an Integrated Catchment Basis / G.L. Hurrell, S.J. Lees -- 41. Drainage Action Programme: Project Management of Urban Stormwater Amplifications in Sydney / K. Chung, S.C. Choong -- 42.. Litter Control in Urban Waterways / J.G. Senior -- 43. Planning Sydney's Stormwater System for the 21st Century / R.B. Spry, H. Brende, P. West -- 44. Mathematical Description of Pit Entry Capacities / G.G. O'Loughlin, D. Darlington, D. House -- 45. Generalised Equations for Estimating Pressure Change Coefficients at Stormwater Pit Junctions / R.F. Parsell -- 46. Pit Streamlining Using Flexibile Timber Forms / M.H. Wong -- 47. Design of a Detention Basin Using Physical and Computer Modelling / M.H. Wong, M. Patarapanich, A. Bewsher -- 48. Stability of Cars and Children in Flooded Streets / R.J. Keller, B.F. Mitsch -- 49. Sizing Methods for Roof Drainage Components / R.F. Jones, G.G. O'Loughlin -- 50. Determination of Flow Depths in Roof Gutters / R.G. Mein, R.F. Jones -- 51. Design Data for Roof and Floor Drainage Outlets / M. Patarapanich, G.G. O'Loughlin -- 52. An Efficient Computer Model for Design of Municipal Stormwater Drainage Networks in Hong Kong / K.W. Chau -- 53. A Rigorous Hydraulic Approach to Urban Drainage Modelling / A.G. Barnett, S. Lindberg, W.J. Syme, U. Shankar -- 54. MOUSE - Towards an On-Line Modelling System / S. Lindberg, R.S. Carr -- 55. Multi-Objective Management of Urban Stormwater in Adelaide Part 1: Technical Considerations / R.D.S. Clark -- 56. Multi-Objective Management of Urban Stormwater in Adelaide Part 2: Institutional Considerations / G.F. Mclntosh -- 57. Stormwater Management in Adelaide: The On-Site Retention Component / M.D. Allen, J.R. Argue -- 58. A Comparative Analysis of Stormwater Systems in Australia / B.C. Phillips, A.G. Goyen -- 59. Experience in the Application of Stormwater Pollution Control Guidelines in the Illawarra Area / P.S. Nichols, S.A. Short -- 60. An Innovative Approach to Stormwater Management in a Local Government Area of Sydney / A. Bewsher, C.S. Chua, M.H. Wong -- 61. Aspects of the New Queensland Urban Drainage Manual / N.D. Jones, C.H. Lawson -- 62. Development of a Catchment On-site Stormwater Detention Policy / S.J. Lees, S.J. Lynch -- 63. Improvements in the Hydrological Modelling of Small Onsite Stormwater Detention Storages / D.I. Phillips -- 64. Stormflow Reduction Using Site Infiltration-Detention / M.G. Carleton -- 65. Trapped Street Gullies / T.G. Gibson, J.A. Evernden -- 66. Rapid Treatment of Storm Water Overflows / N.J. Anderson, C.T. Chin, L.O. Kolarik, A. Weerawardena -- 67. A Coastal Engineering View of Stormwater Design / D.K.C. Haradasa, B. Cathers, P.G. Anderson -- 68. Estimation of Sewer Flows under Inundated Conditions / M. Noguchi, T. Nakamura, S. Takanishi, T. Nakashima -- 69. Investigation of Improvement of the Pluit Polder System to Reduce Flooding in Jakarta, Indonesia / Yulianti, I. Goulter -- 70. Stormwater Drainage Design Standards and the Impact of Concurrence of Runoff and High Tides for the City of Port Pirie / P.A. Saunders, K.E. Potter, J. Dames -- 71. Factors Affecting Pollutant Washoff Decay Coefficient in Urban Catchments / K. Sriananthakumar, G.P. Codner -- 72. AUSQUAL, an Australian Water Quality Management Model / M.J. White, F.C.R. Cattell -- 73. An Integrated Water Quality and Streamflow Model Suite / B.C. Phillips, A.I. Lawrence, T. Bogiatzis -- 74. Community Involvement in Urban Catchment Management / S.J. Lees, A.M. Cupit -- 75. Melbourne's Waterways Enhancement / J.G. Senior -- 76. The Definition of Hazard in Relation to Urban Flooding / D.C. Still, P. Ritchie -- 77. Stormwater Management: A Vision for Sydney / D.K. Robinson -- VOLUME 2. -- Current Water Quality Issues in Stormwater Management in the United States / L.A. Roesner -- Implementing an Integrated Asset Management System for Urban Drainage Assets / R. Byrne -- The Role of Natural Land Constraint Parameters in Urban Development / J.B. Thompson, A.W. Tennie -- The Assessment of the Impact of Mangroves on Flood Levels in the A’Becketts Creek Catchment / N. Balgunan.
Summary: This is the first Australia-wide conference on urban stormwater management. The papers in this collection reveal concerns with complex hydrologic and hydraulic design features, with social matters such as safety and public participation, with water quality as well as quantity, and with the ongoing management of drainage systems.
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Conference sponsored by Institution of Engineers, Australia; co-sponsored by Joint Committee on Urban Storm Drainage of the International Association for Hydraulic Research, and the International Association on Water Pollution Research and Control.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

VOLUME 1. -- 1. Prediction of Urban Nonpoint Source Water Quality: Methods and Models / W.C. Huber -- 2. Stormwater Management in Congested Urban Areas in Tokyo / S. Fujita -- 3. Design Criteria for Managing Detention Basin Quality / J.B. Ellis -- 4. Overview of Sediment Issues in Urban Drainage / J. Marsalek -- 5. Integrated Stormwater Management in Highly Urbanized Areas / W.G. Geiger -- 6. Observed Intense Short Duration Rainfall Associated with Flash Floods in the Sydney Metropolitan Area / E. Spark -- 7. Evaluation of the Station-Year Method for Frequency Analysis of Extreme Rainfall Events / P.H. Chuang, E.B. Shuy -- 8. A Method for the Derivation of Rainfall Intensity - Frequency - Duration Data Below 5 Minutes / M.R. Kennedy, L.J. Minty -- 9. The Influence of Temporal Patterns on Surface Runoff Hydrographs / J.E. Ball -- 10. A Hitchhikers Guide to Urban Stormwater: Data Collection and Modelling / R.M. Knee, T.M. Daniell, A.C. Falkland -- 11. Sydney Water Board Sewer Flow Gauging Strategy / R.F. Beardsley -- 12. Assessment of Spatio-Temporal Variations in Water Quality in the Design of a Monitoring Program for the Lane Cove River, Sydney, NSW / C.A. Preston, B.G. Coote, J.C. Evans -- 13. Data Evaluation Before Urban Runoff Quality Modelling / K. Sriananthakumar, G.P. Codner -- 14. Comparison of Peak Discharges from Full and Partial Areas of an Overland Plane / C.N. Chen, T.S.W. Wong -- 15. A Simple Flood Hydrograph Model for Urban Catchments / M.C. Bufill, M.J. Boyd -- 16. Comparison of the Field-Williams (GKM) and RAFTS Runoff-Routing Computer Models: A Case Study / P.B. Cupitt -- 17. Development of Flood Flow Estimation Guidelines for the Auckland Region, New Zealand / S.J. Priestley -- 18. Comments on the Calibration of Runoff-Routing Models / M.E. Osborne -- 19. Stormwater Intrusion into Separate Sewerage Systems: Overflows, lmpacts and Controls / M.G. Carleton -- 20. Sampling of Stormwater Water Quality in Two Sydney Creeks / H.H. Ngo, A.M. Bovis, G.G. O'Loughlin -- 21. Coastal Stormwater Discharge in Selected Sydney Catchments / E.J. O'Brien, W.G. Rowlands, J.H. Dolton, H.J. Sibun, J.J. Burchmore -- 22. Relationships of Nutrients in Stormwater Drains to Urban Catchment Attributes in Perth / H.T.H. Tan -- 23. Performance of Trash Rack on Cup and Saucer Creek Stormwater Channel / R.L. Sim, J.L. Webster -- 24. Total Catchment Management in an Inner City Environment / J.R. Lawrence -- 25. Orissa Street Stormwater Channel Catchment Management Study / J.L. Webster, R.L. Sim, I.R. Thorpe, W.J. Walsh -- 26. The Need for a Single Drainage Authority for Metropolitan Sydney: A Case Study / D.C. Still -- 27. Towards a Workable Total Catchment Management Approach / J.G. Roberts, I.R.W. Furner -- 28. Measurement of Sewage Flow and Hydraulic Effect of Rainfall on Sewage Flow / T.R. Wallace, P.J. Bliss -- 29. Siphonic Overflows: Modelling Results / B.N. Aiken -- 30. Quakers Hat Bay Overflow - Side Weir or Orifice? / B.N. Aiken -- 31. The Circular Weir Overflow / S.C. Beecham -- 32. Difficulties in Modelling Storm Sewage Overflow (SSO) Chambers / S.C. Beecham -- 33. Environmentally Responsible Stormwater Runoff Management / P.J. Higgins -- 34. Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining / A.E. Gear -- 35. Stormwater Management Strategy for Gungahlin ACT / M.A. Winsbury -- 36. A Simple Hydrologic Model for Sewer Inflow/Infiltration / R.G. Mein, N. Apostolidis -- 37. HYDRO-GEN: A Sewer Flow Modelling Methodology for Separate Systems / P.H. West, G. McDermott, V. Mohanathasan -- 38. Separate Sewer System Hydrology: A New Dimension / G. McDermott, V. Mohanathasan, K. Srinivasan -- 39. Modelling of Stormwater Ingress into Foulwater Sewers / A.R. Deen, I. Salbe, R.W. Craig -- 40. Setting Priorities for Urban Stormwater Management on an Integrated Catchment Basis / G.L. Hurrell, S.J. Lees -- 41. Drainage Action Programme: Project Management of Urban Stormwater Amplifications in Sydney / K. Chung, S.C. Choong -- 42.. Litter Control in Urban Waterways / J.G. Senior -- 43. Planning Sydney's Stormwater System for the 21st Century / R.B. Spry, H. Brende, P. West -- 44. Mathematical Description of Pit Entry Capacities / G.G. O'Loughlin, D. Darlington, D. House -- 45. Generalised Equations for Estimating Pressure Change Coefficients at Stormwater Pit Junctions / R.F. Parsell -- 46. Pit Streamlining Using Flexibile Timber Forms / M.H. Wong -- 47. Design of a Detention Basin Using Physical and Computer Modelling / M.H. Wong, M. Patarapanich, A. Bewsher -- 48. Stability of Cars and Children in Flooded Streets / R.J. Keller, B.F. Mitsch -- 49. Sizing Methods for Roof Drainage Components / R.F. Jones, G.G. O'Loughlin -- 50. Determination of Flow Depths in Roof Gutters / R.G. Mein, R.F. Jones -- 51. Design Data for Roof and Floor Drainage Outlets / M. Patarapanich, G.G. O'Loughlin -- 52. An Efficient Computer Model for Design of Municipal Stormwater Drainage Networks in Hong Kong / K.W. Chau -- 53. A Rigorous Hydraulic Approach to Urban Drainage Modelling / A.G. Barnett, S. Lindberg, W.J. Syme, U. Shankar -- 54. MOUSE - Towards an On-Line Modelling System / S. Lindberg, R.S. Carr -- 55. Multi-Objective Management of Urban Stormwater in Adelaide Part 1: Technical Considerations / R.D.S. Clark -- 56. Multi-Objective Management of Urban Stormwater in Adelaide Part 2: Institutional Considerations / G.F. Mclntosh -- 57. Stormwater Management in Adelaide: The On-Site Retention Component / M.D. Allen, J.R. Argue -- 58. A Comparative Analysis of Stormwater Systems in Australia / B.C. Phillips, A.G. Goyen -- 59. Experience in the Application of Stormwater Pollution Control Guidelines in the Illawarra Area / P.S. Nichols, S.A. Short -- 60. An Innovative Approach to Stormwater Management in a Local Government Area of Sydney / A. Bewsher, C.S. Chua, M.H. Wong -- 61. Aspects of the New Queensland Urban Drainage Manual / N.D. Jones, C.H. Lawson -- 62. Development of a Catchment On-site Stormwater Detention Policy / S.J. Lees, S.J. Lynch -- 63. Improvements in the Hydrological Modelling of Small Onsite Stormwater Detention Storages / D.I. Phillips -- 64. Stormflow Reduction Using Site Infiltration-Detention / M.G. Carleton -- 65. Trapped Street Gullies / T.G. Gibson, J.A. Evernden -- 66. Rapid Treatment of Storm Water Overflows / N.J. Anderson, C.T. Chin, L.O. Kolarik, A. Weerawardena -- 67. A Coastal Engineering View of Stormwater Design / D.K.C. Haradasa, B. Cathers, P.G. Anderson -- 68. Estimation of Sewer Flows under Inundated Conditions / M. Noguchi, T. Nakamura, S. Takanishi, T. Nakashima -- 69. Investigation of Improvement of the Pluit Polder System to Reduce Flooding in Jakarta, Indonesia / Yulianti, I. Goulter -- 70. Stormwater Drainage Design Standards and the Impact of Concurrence of Runoff and High Tides for the City of Port Pirie / P.A. Saunders, K.E. Potter, J. Dames -- 71. Factors Affecting Pollutant Washoff Decay Coefficient in Urban Catchments / K. Sriananthakumar, G.P. Codner -- 72. AUSQUAL, an Australian Water Quality Management Model / M.J. White, F.C.R. Cattell -- 73. An Integrated Water Quality and Streamflow Model Suite / B.C. Phillips, A.I. Lawrence, T. Bogiatzis -- 74. Community Involvement in Urban Catchment Management / S.J. Lees, A.M. Cupit -- 75. Melbourne's Waterways Enhancement / J.G. Senior -- 76. The Definition of Hazard in Relation to Urban Flooding / D.C. Still, P. Ritchie -- 77. Stormwater Management: A Vision for Sydney / D.K. Robinson -- VOLUME 2. -- Current Water Quality Issues in Stormwater Management in the United States / L.A. Roesner -- Implementing an Integrated Asset Management System for Urban Drainage Assets / R. Byrne -- The Role of Natural Land Constraint Parameters in Urban Development / J.B. Thompson, A.W. Tennie -- The Assessment of the Impact of Mangroves on Flood Levels in the A’Becketts Creek Catchment / N. Balgunan.

This is the first Australia-wide conference on urban stormwater management. The papers in this collection reveal concerns with complex hydrologic and hydraulic design features, with social matters such as safety and public participation, with water quality as well as quantity, and with the ongoing management of drainage systems.

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