6 edition of Practical modeling of urban water systems found in the catalog.
Practical modeling of urban water systems
Stormwater and Urban Water Systems Modeling Conference (2002 Toronto, Ont.)
|Statement||edited by William James.|
|Contributions||James, William, 1937-|
|LC Classifications||TD657 .S754 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 511 p. :|
|Number of Pages||511|
|LC Control Number||2004353917|
Urban Water Systems—A Conceptual Framework 3 broaden our knowledge of the role of water in societies? The possibili-ties of approaching these questions will be explored by a water systems perspective. It is argued here that urban studies will benefit from new theoretical and conceptual approaches and a focus on water, since all citiesCited by: 3. Advances in Agricultural Systems Modeling Transdisciplinary Research, Synthesis, and Applications Volume 5 Lajpat R. Ahuja, Series Editor Practical Applications of Agricultural System Models to Optimize the Use of Limited Water Lajpat R. Ahuja, Liwang Ma, and Robert J. Lascano, Editors Book and Multimedia Publishing Committee April Ulery, Chair.
* Corresponding to: [email protected] Novel Conceptual Models for Thermodynamic Analysis of Urban Water Systems Li Luo 1, Xiaochang C. Wang 1,*, Wenshan Guo 2, Huu Hao Ngo 2 1 Key Lab of Northwest Water Resource, Environment and Ecology, MOE, Xi’an University of Architecture and Technology, Xi’an, Shaanxi Province, , China. Urban water demand modeling: Review of concepts, methods, and organizing principles Lily A. House‐Peters1 and Heejun Chang1 Received 4 June ; revised 6 March ; accepted 17 March ; published 28 May  In this paper, we use a theoretical framework of coupled human and natural systemsCited by:
National and international interest in finding rational and economical approaches to water-quality management is at an all-time high. Insightful application of mathematical models, attention to their underlying assumptions, and practical sampling and statistical tools are essential to maximize a successful approach to water-quality modeling. The ICWMM brings together professionals from around the world to exchange ideas on current practices and emerging technologies in water management. Emphasis is on state-of-the-art computer modeling for resolving water quantity and quality problems in stormwater, wastewater, watershed and water distribution systems.
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