The effect of inclusion of inlets in dual drainage modelling
Journal of Hydrology
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In coupled sewer and surface flood modelling approaches, the flow process in gullies is often ignored although the overland flow is drained to sewer network via inlets and gullies. Therefore, the flow entering inlets is transferred to the sewer network immediately, which may lead to a different flood estimation than the reality. In this paper, we compared two modelling approach with and without considering the flow processes in gullies in the coupled sewer and surface modelling. Three historical flood events were adopted for model calibration and validation. The results showed that the inclusion of flow process in gullies can further improve the accuracy of urban flood modelling.
The research is partially funded by the SINATRA project which is supported by the United Kingdom NERC Flooding from Intense Rainfall programme (grant NE/K008765/1).
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