The Storm Water Management Model (SWMM) is considered one of the standard tools for modeling sewer systems, but it does not have the programmer's toolkit. In this work a toolkit library is presented, which has been built for running wastewater quality simulations from an outside environment. An example of the developed Toolkit use is furnished applying it to a pollution source identification (PSI) problem, expressed as an optimization problem. The presented example shows the capability of the Toolkit in providing a useful tool for performing network analysis from other applications and demonstrates the good performance of the proposed PSI methodology.

SWMM5 Toolkit Development for Pollution Source Identification in Sewer Systems

Di Cristo C.;
2014

Abstract

The Storm Water Management Model (SWMM) is considered one of the standard tools for modeling sewer systems, but it does not have the programmer's toolkit. In this work a toolkit library is presented, which has been built for running wastewater quality simulations from an outside environment. An example of the developed Toolkit use is furnished applying it to a pollution source identification (PSI) problem, expressed as an optimization problem. The presented example shows the capability of the Toolkit in providing a useful tool for performing network analysis from other applications and demonstrates the good performance of the proposed PSI methodology.
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