A Two-Stage Queue Model to Optimize Layout of Urban Drainage System considering Extreme Rainstorms

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Xinhua He; Wenfa Hu;

Extreme rainstorm is a main factor to cause urban floods when urban drainage system cannot discharge stormwater successfully. This paper investigates distribution feature of rainstorms and draining process of urban drainage systems and uses a two-stage single-counter qu... View more
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