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Water, Volume 9, Issue 12 (December 2017)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Reliable modelling of urban floods depends on realistic representation of flows on the surface, in [...] Read more. Reliable modelling of urban floods depends on realistic representation of flows on the surface, in the sewer network, but also, crucially, on the storm drain inlets linking the two. Since detailed networks of inlet locations are not always available, a GIS routine was developed to generate synthetic ones for use with the CityCAT hydrodynamic model. The study demonstrates not only that synthetic networks work as well as the surveyed ones, but also highlights that the system drainage capacity is very sensitive to small changes in location and the number of inlets in water ponding areas. View this paper