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Review of Stormwater Quality, Quantity and Treatment Methods Part 2: Stormwater: Quality Modelling
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  • Journal title : Environmental Engineering Research
  • Volume 14, Issue 3,  2009, pp.143-149
  • Publisher : Korean Society of Environmental Engineering
  • DOI : 10.4491/eer.2009.14.3.143
 Title & Authors
Review of Stormwater Quality, Quantity and Treatment Methods Part 2: Stormwater: Quality Modelling
Aryal, Rupak; Kandasamy, J.; Vigneswaran, S.; Naidu, R.; Lee, S.H.;
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 Abstract
In this paper, review of stormwater quality and quantity in the urban environment is presented. The review is presented in three parts. This second part reviews the mathematical techiques used in the stromwater quality modelling and has been undertaken by examining a number of models that are in current use. The important features of models are discussed.
 Keywords
Stormwater;Quality and quantity;Mathematical models;Analytical technique;
 Language
English
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