The software discussed provides a decision support system for drainage engineers involved in the design of stormwater management facilities. Runoff modelling is versatile and involves a variety of methods for storm description, rainfall loss estimation and overland flow routing. In addition to normal pipe and channel sizing, the design options include a number of detention devices for on-site controls such as rooftop and parking lot storage, in-line storage ‘super-pipes’ and exfiltration trenches. In all cases, the program provides suggested design parameter values that the user can modify, test and accept. A special feature allows the output file from one design session to be used as input to automatically test the design for a different storm, test a change in catchment or design parameters or simply to complete a design in two or more sessions.
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Alan A. Smith; Integrating simulation and design for stormwater management. Water Sci Technol 1 May 1999; 39 (9): 261–268. doi: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.1999.0491
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