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OpenMI Based Basin Wide Integrated Modelling Considering Multiple Urban Areas

Reußner, Frank and Muschalla, Dirk and Bach, Michael and Schütze, Manfred and Alex, Jens :
OpenMI Based Basin Wide Integrated Modelling Considering Multiple Urban Areas.
In: 11th International conference on urban drainage, 31st Aug — 5th Sep 2008, Edinburgh (UK). IWA , Edinburgh (UK)
[Conference or Workshop Item], (2008)

Abstract

When assessing urban wastewater systems regarding emission-based criteria, the individual sub systems (sewer systems, wastewater treatment plant etc.) were in the past often investigated separately. Since the implementation of the EU Water Framework Directive in 2000, the authorities have switched to immission-based evaluations. To achieve this objective, integrated modelling can be used. For this reason the Ministry for Environment, Agriculture, and Consumer Protection of German Federal State of Hesse has funded a research project for the development of a new simulation based analysis and planning methodology, which aims at a assessment tool to be used by all local authorities. This paper describes the basic methodology/technology applied to the proposed planning and assessment tool. Because data sets of nearly all 700 sewer systems in the State of Hesse already exist in a format used by an existing simulation software, it is convenient to integrate this model software into the solution. Therefore, OpenMI is tested as a concept and framework for coupling multiple existing model software packages.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (UNSPECIFIED)
Erschienen: 2008
Creators: Reußner, Frank and Muschalla, Dirk and Bach, Michael and Schütze, Manfred and Alex, Jens
Title: OpenMI Based Basin Wide Integrated Modelling Considering Multiple Urban Areas
Language: English
Abstract:

When assessing urban wastewater systems regarding emission-based criteria, the individual sub systems (sewer systems, wastewater treatment plant etc.) were in the past often investigated separately. Since the implementation of the EU Water Framework Directive in 2000, the authorities have switched to immission-based evaluations. To achieve this objective, integrated modelling can be used. For this reason the Ministry for Environment, Agriculture, and Consumer Protection of German Federal State of Hesse has funded a research project for the development of a new simulation based analysis and planning methodology, which aims at a assessment tool to be used by all local authorities. This paper describes the basic methodology/technology applied to the proposed planning and assessment tool. Because data sets of nearly all 700 sewer systems in the State of Hesse already exist in a format used by an existing simulation software, it is convenient to integrate this model software into the solution. Therefore, OpenMI is tested as a concept and framework for coupling multiple existing model software packages.

Place of Publication: Edinburgh (UK)
Publisher: IWA
Uncontrolled Keywords: integrated modeling, OpenMI, urban wastewater system
Divisions: Fachbereich Bau- und Umweltingenieurwissenschaften, Civil and Environmental Engineering > Institut Wasserbau und Wasserwirtschaft > FG Ingenieurhydrologie und Wasserbewirtschaftung
Fachbereich Bau- und Umweltingenieurwissenschaften, Civil and Environmental Engineering > Institut Wasserbau und Wasserwirtschaft
Fachbereich Bau- und Umweltingenieurwissenschaften, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Event Title: 11th International conference on urban drainage
Event Location: Edinburgh (UK)
Event Dates: 31st Aug — 5th Sep 2008
Date Deposited: 19 Jan 2009 16:38
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