Sewer storage tank performance under climate change

  • Butler D
  • McEntee B
  • Onof C
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This paper describes a study of the potential effects of climate change on the design and performance of seSewer storage tank performance under climate changewer storage tanks. A long-term synthetic rainfall time-series has been derived based on the IPPC medium-high emission scenario for a case study in London. Results indicate a 35% increase in the number of storm events that cause filling of the tank and a 57% increase in the average volume of storage required. A method to estimate the required future storage volume for any given return period has been developed and described. Indications are that significantly larger storage volumes will be required to maintain the same level of flood protection.

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  • Climate change
  • Flooding
  • Sewers
  • Storage

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  • D. Butler

  • B. McEntee

  • C. Onof

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