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Title: Development of a semi-automated model identification and calibration tool for conceptual modelling of sewer systems
Authors: Wolfs, Vincent ×
Villazon Gomez, Mauricio Florencio
Willems, Patrick #
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Pergamon Press
Series Title: Water Science and Technology vol:68 issue:1 pages:167-175
Abstract: Applications such as real-time control, uncertainty analysis and optimization require an extensive number of model iterations. Full hydrodynamic sewer models do not suffice for these applications due to the excessive computation time. Simplifications are consequently required. A lumped conceptual modelling approach results in a much faster calculation. The process of identifying and calibrating the conceptual model structure could, however, be time consuming. Moreover, many conceptual models lack
accuracy, or do not account for backwater effects. To overcome these problems, a modelling methodology was developed which is suited for semi-automatic calibration.
The methodology is tested for the sewer system of the city of Geel in the Grote Nete river basin in Belgium, using both synthetic design storm events and long time series of
rainfall input. A MATLAB/Simulink® tool was developed to guide the modeller through the step-wise model construction, reducing significantly the time required for the conceptual modelling process.
ISSN: 0273-1223
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Hydraulics Section
× corresponding author
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