Evaluation of Stormsewer Control Algorithms Using a Transient Mixed Flow Model
A hydraulic transient model that is capable of simultaneously modeling open channel and pressurized flows is used to study active control of a deep tunnel stormwater collection system. The simultaneous occurrence of open channel flow and pressurized flow is termed mixed flow. This paper demonstrates the application of a mixed flow hydraulic model to the development of an active control scheme. It is shown that dynamic conditions can exist in a storm sewer system even under moderate inflow conditions and that these conditions, particularly at the time of full system pressurization, can influence the operation of the dynamic control, so that accurate hydraulic modeling is essential to proper control formulation.
Automatic stormsewer control; Dynamic modeling; Fluid dynamics--Mathematical models; Hydraulic engineering; Hydraulics; Hydraulic transients; Mixed flow; Simulation; Stormwater infiltration—Management; Stormwater management; Urban hydrology; Urban runoff; Urban runoff—Management; Water-power
Civil and Environmental Engineering | Construction Engineering and Management | Environmental Engineering | Hydraulic Engineering
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Cardle, J. A.
Evaluation of Stormsewer Control Algorithms Using a Transient Mixed Flow Model.
Water Resources Bulletin, 27(5),