Best modeling practices for urban water systems, monograph 10 / editied by William James.

By: Conference on Stormwater and Urban Water Systems Modeling (2001 : Toronto, Ontario).
Contributor(s): James, William, 1937- | Computational Hydraulics International.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Guelph, Ontario : CHI, 2002Description: xiv, 445 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0968368166; 9780968368169.Subject(s): URBAN RUNOFF | MANAGEMENT | MATHEMATICAL MODELS | STORM SEWERS | HYDROLOGY | CATCHMENTS | CONFERENCESHoldings: GRETA POINT: 628.2 CON
Contents:
Preface -- 1. A Tiered Hydrologic and Hydraulic Modeling System to Satisfy Multiple Objectives in Complex Sewershed Applications / James T. Smullen, Edward H. Burgess and Robert E. Dickinson -- 2. Improvements in Urban Sub-Catchment Runoff Modeling / Allan G. Goyen -- 3. Modeling Urban Hydrological Processes and Management Scenarios at Different Temporal and Spatial Scales / Manfred W. Ostrowski -- 4. Short Time-Interval Rainfall Disaggregation for Continuous Hydrologic Simulation / Steven J. Burian and S. Rocky Durrans -- 5. Urban Rainwater Composition Study / J. Alex McCorquodale, Donald Barbe, and Youchao Wang -- 6. Robustness of the Rainpak Algorithm for Storm Direction and Speed / William James, Peter Nimmrichter, W. Robert C. James and Ronald Scheckenberger -- 7. SWMM Calibration using Genetic Algorithms / Benny Wan and William James -- 8. Evaluation of Stormwater Retrofit Options for Mimico Creek Watershed / James Li and Kosta Kyriopoulous -- 9. Quantifying the Stormwater Pollutant Reduction Benefits of Traditional Public Works Maintenance Practices / Roger C. Sutherland, Robert J. Myllyoja and Seth L. Jelen -- 10. Buffalo River Floatables Control and Continuous Water Quality Monitoring Demonstration Project / Kim N. Irvine -- 11. A Modeling System of Nutrient Loads to Long Island Sound from Connecticut Watersheds / J.T. Love and A.S. Donigian, Jr. -- 12. SSO Evaluations: Infiltration and Inflow using SWMM RUNOFF and EXTRAN / Srini Vallabhaneni, Joseph M. Koran, Susan E. Moisio and Charles I. Moore -- 13. Wetlands Management using GIS and Multi-Criteria Evaluation Tools / K. Ponnambalam, Nirupama, and H. Venema -- 14. GIS Applications in Inspection and Maintenance of Collection Systems / Uzair M. Shamsi -- 15. Combined Modeling of a Flume-Gravel-Trench System and Surrounding Unsaturated Soils / Joerg Schaffner and Manfred W. Ostrowski -- 16. Modification of Detention Basin Outlet Structures using Calibrated SWMM Models / Charles D. Morris and Joel P. Asunskis -- 17. Simulation of a Combined Sewer Overflow Storage Tank / Mark Stirrup and Danielle Marchant -- 18. Development of a Management Tool for Vegetative Filter Strips / B. Gharabaghi, R.P. Rudra, H.R. Whiteley, and W.T. Dickinson -- 19. Loss in Carrying Capacity of Water Mains due to Encrustation and Biofouling, and Application to Walkerton, Ontario / Arif Shahzad and William James -- 20. Detailed Representation of a Large Pumping Station using EXTRAN / Mark Yeboah, Mitchell C. Heineman and Brent A. McCarthy -- 21. Web Graduate Courses on Benign Urban Water Systems: Optimal Complexity and User Performance Improvement / William James and Eduardo Queija de Siqueira -- Editors and Reviewers -- Authors -- Acronyms and Abbreviations -- Programs and Models -- SI-US Units Conversion -- Index.
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Proceedings of the Stormwater and Urban Water Systems Modeling Conference, Toronto, Ontario, February 22-23, 2001.

"CHI catalog number: R208"-- Title page verso.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Preface -- 1. A Tiered Hydrologic and Hydraulic Modeling System to Satisfy Multiple Objectives in Complex Sewershed Applications / James T. Smullen, Edward H. Burgess and Robert E. Dickinson -- 2. Improvements in Urban Sub-Catchment Runoff Modeling / Allan G. Goyen -- 3. Modeling Urban Hydrological Processes and Management Scenarios at Different Temporal and Spatial Scales / Manfred W. Ostrowski -- 4. Short Time-Interval Rainfall Disaggregation for Continuous Hydrologic Simulation / Steven J. Burian and S. Rocky Durrans -- 5. Urban Rainwater Composition Study / J. Alex McCorquodale, Donald Barbe, and Youchao Wang -- 6. Robustness of the Rainpak Algorithm for Storm Direction and Speed / William James, Peter Nimmrichter, W. Robert C. James and Ronald Scheckenberger -- 7. SWMM Calibration using Genetic Algorithms / Benny Wan and William James -- 8. Evaluation of Stormwater Retrofit Options for Mimico Creek Watershed / James Li and Kosta Kyriopoulous -- 9. Quantifying the Stormwater Pollutant Reduction Benefits of Traditional Public Works Maintenance Practices / Roger C. Sutherland, Robert J. Myllyoja and Seth L. Jelen -- 10. Buffalo River Floatables Control and Continuous Water Quality Monitoring Demonstration Project / Kim N. Irvine -- 11. A Modeling System of Nutrient Loads to Long Island Sound from Connecticut Watersheds / J.T. Love and A.S. Donigian, Jr. -- 12. SSO Evaluations: Infiltration and Inflow using SWMM RUNOFF and EXTRAN / Srini Vallabhaneni, Joseph M. Koran, Susan E. Moisio and Charles I. Moore -- 13. Wetlands Management using GIS and Multi-Criteria Evaluation Tools / K. Ponnambalam, Nirupama, and H. Venema -- 14. GIS Applications in Inspection and Maintenance of Collection Systems / Uzair M. Shamsi -- 15. Combined Modeling of a Flume-Gravel-Trench System and Surrounding Unsaturated Soils / Joerg Schaffner and Manfred W. Ostrowski -- 16. Modification of Detention Basin Outlet Structures using Calibrated SWMM Models / Charles D. Morris and Joel P. Asunskis -- 17. Simulation of a Combined Sewer Overflow Storage Tank / Mark Stirrup and Danielle Marchant -- 18. Development of a Management Tool for Vegetative Filter Strips / B. Gharabaghi, R.P. Rudra, H.R. Whiteley, and W.T. Dickinson -- 19. Loss in Carrying Capacity of Water Mains due to Encrustation and Biofouling, and Application to Walkerton, Ontario / Arif Shahzad and William James -- 20. Detailed Representation of a Large Pumping Station using EXTRAN / Mark Yeboah, Mitchell C. Heineman and Brent A. McCarthy -- 21. Web Graduate Courses on Benign Urban Water Systems: Optimal Complexity and User Performance Improvement / William James and Eduardo Queija de Siqueira -- Editors and Reviewers -- Authors -- Acronyms and Abbreviations -- Programs and Models -- SI-US Units Conversion -- Index.

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