Principles and approaches for numerical modelling of sediment transport in sewers

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A study has been carried out with the objectives of describing the effect of sediment deposits on the hydraulic capacity of sewer systems and to investigate the sediment transport in sewer systems. A result of the study is a mathematical model MOUSE ST which describes sediment transport in sewers. This paper discusses the applicability and the limitations of various modelling approaches and sediment transport formulations in MOUSE ST. Further, the paper presents a simple application of MOUSE ST to the Rya catchment in Gothenburg, Sweden. © 1995, International Association on Water Quality. All rights reserved.

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Mark, O., Appelgren, C., & Larsen, T. (1995). Principles and approaches for numerical modelling of sediment transport in sewers. Water Science and Technology, 31(7), 107–115. https://doi.org/10.1016/0273-1223(95)00328-K

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