List of accepted 2022 abstracts (updated weekly)

KEYNOTE presentation: It’s all pipes, what's the difference? - Lewis A. Rossman, Ph.D., Scientific Software Consultant, OH, USA

KEYNOTE presentation: To the cloud and beyond - a future of integrated continuous simulation? - Ben Hodges, University of Texas at Austin, TX, USA

City of Fredericton flood risk assessment using PCSWMM - Naomi Vaset, Oliver Olberg and Alex Mason, R.V. Anderson Associates Limited, ON, Canada

Applying probable annual risk to a regional stormwater management program - George Remias, Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District, OH, USA

Systematic stormwater management: Getting the hydrology right - Mike Gregory, Computational Hydraulics Int., ON, Canada

Width parameter estimation through equivalent rectangle methodology - Ricardo Bonilla, Darmstadt University, Germany and Rafael Oreamuno, University of Costa Rica, Costa Rica

Snow melt influenced by rainfall - Jim Liu, Klohn Cripper Berger, BC, Canada

Quantification of flooding for stormwater infrastructure planning in Pouch Cove, NL with communal model calibration - Abena O. Amponsah, Joseph Daraio, Memorial University of Newfoundland, NL, Canada and Brian Peach, Town of Pouch Cove, NL, Canada

Field-collected continuous flow rate and rain gauge collected data as PCSWMM calibration inputs: Improved flow reduction modeling for Etobicoke exfiltration systems (EES) - Claire Wittnebel, Aecom, ON, Canada

Improvements to OSTRICH-SWMM: A multi-LID and multi-algorithm optimization software tool - Maria Torres, Alan Rabideau, University of Buffalo, NY, USA, Shawn Matott, Rosswell Park, NY, USA and Zhenduo Zhu, University of Buffalo, NY, USA

Optimized calibration of RTK parameters in sanitary collection systems for wet weather, a Canadian case study - Saeed Hashemi, John Myers and Andrew Long, Jacobs Engineering, ON, Canada

The agrihood design: Valuation of ecosystem services for NbS visions in Peri-Urban Bangkok, Thailand - Kim N. Irvine, Fa Likitswat, Alisa Sahavacharin, Tararat Lertwarapornpong, Thammasat University, Pathum Thani, Thailand and Detchphol Chitwatkulsiri, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan

Modeling the impact of LID for stormwater quality management in the Bongani stream catchment, Knysna, South Africa - Calvin David van der Merwe and Neil Philip Armitage, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa

A study of urban flooding mitigation using PCSWMM and HEC-RAS 2D - Robson L. Pachaly and Jose G. Vasconcelos, Auburn University, AL, USA

Experiments on air-water interfaces in emptying pipes - Jose G. Vasconcelos and Malusi Dlamini, Auburn University, AL, USA

Improving model hydrology accuracy using antecedent moisture modeling: Reparameterization update and case study - David Edgren, RJN Group, IL, USA, Robert Czachorski, OHM Advisors, MI, USA and William Gonwa, Milwaukee School of Engineering, WI, USA

Analysis and effective design of green alleys with significant longitudinal slope - William Gonwa, Milwaukee School of Engineering, WI, USA

Modeling concurrent improvement of water quality and crop production in Canadian Prairies - Sepideh Kheirkhah and Monireh Faramarzi, University of Alberta, AB, Canada

Using PCSWMM and HEC-RAS-1-D unsteady sediment transport models to assess the effectiveness of environmental site design in protecting the stability of stream channels, for the historical record and beyond - David Sample, ‪Theresa Wynn-Thompson, ‪Mohammad Alsmadi and Sami Towsif Khan, Virginia Tech University, VA, USA and Andy Miller, University of Maryland, MD, USA

Evaluation of crop production in response to changes in blue and green water resources in Canadian Prairies - Pouya Khalili and Monireh Faramarzi, University of Alberta, AB, Canada

Enhancing the pollutant modeling capabilities of EPA-SWMM using PySWMM and StormReactor - Abhiram Mullapudi, Xylem, MI, USA, Brooke Mason, University of Michigan, MI, USA, Jia Xin (Jennifer) Wu, Xylem, ON, Canada, Constantine Karos, CDM Smith Inc., MA, USA, Branko Kerkez, University of Michigan, MI, USA, Caleb Buahin, Xylem, OH, USA and Bryant McDonnell, Xylem, CO, USA

Simulating hydraulics of large water drainage systems in HPC environments using the new SWMM5+ engine - Edward Tiernan, Cheng-Wei (Justin) Yu and Ben Hodges, University of Texas at Austin, TX, USA

Application of PCSWMM for water distribution network design for Jal Jeevan Mission - Sri Ranga K M and Shyam Prasad, Clear Water Dynamics Pvt. Ltd., India

Python fosters and accelerates innovation in daily modeling tasks - Mel Meng, Innovyze, an Autodesk Company, OR, USA, Elefante Dominador and Lou Lambe, Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission, NJ, USA

Applications of computational fluid dynamics to a hydraulic analysis of a water intake tower - Mark Wilsnack, South Florida Water Management District, FL, USA

Evaluating resilience for existing drainage systems: from theory to applied modeling - Gilles Rivard, Lasalle l NHC, QC, Canada

Multi criteria Decision Analysis (MCDA) approach to evaluate the applicability of Nature Based Solutions (NBS) in tropical region: A field note from the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Thailand - Fahad Ahmed and Ho Huu Loc, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand

Interaction of surface water and groundwater in a complex hydroclimatic system - Rahman Davtalab, Saba Ghotbi and Caroline Reynolds, Singhofen and Associates Incorporated, FL, USA

Estimating census population contributions to crAssphage measured at wastewater treatment plants in Ohio - Corinne Wiesner-Friedman, Nichole Brinkman, Scott Keely and Michael Jahne, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, OH, USA

How to improve a wastewater and drainage system in a coastal low land area subject to climate change and growing population? – A challenging combined hydraulic modelling case study for a unique optimal decision support - Nelly Peyron, Hydropraxis, France, Romain Viavant and Loeiz Thetiot, Groupehuit (SCE), France

Considering underground structure for 1D/2D urban flood modeling - Martina Hauser, S. Reinstaller, University of Technology Graz, Austria, Martin Oberascher, University of Innsbruck, Austria, Dirk Muschalla, University of Technology Graz, Austria and Manfred Kleidorfer University of Innsbruck, Austria

Methodological approach for the optimization of a dynamically controlled bypass chamber - Yves Dion, Tetra Tech, QC, Canada, Alain Charron, Ville de Montreal, QC, Canada, Martin Pleau and Nicholas Read, Tetra Tech, QC, Canada

Growing challenges of rapid filling conditions in urban hydraulic systems - Daniel G Allasia, Rutineia Tassi, Leandro Pinto, Federal University of Santa Maria, Brazil, Robson L. Pachaly, Auburn University, AL, US, Vitor Geller, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, Brazil, Liriane Bock, Vitória Martin Federal University of Santa Maria, Brazil and Jose Goes Vasconcelos, Auburn University, AL, US

The odd couple: Sewer overflow modeling and the similarities between Pittsburgh, PA, and North Carolina - Henry Forkuo Junior Boateng, WithersRavenel, NC, US

GIS integrated SWMM modeling – A case study in Lethbridge - Adam McDonald, Andrew Rushworth,Laurel Richards, Carmen Janzen, Associated Engineering, AB, Canada and Matthew Harker, City of Lethbridge, AB, Canada

Storm parks: Integrated urban wetland systems for stormwater management and placemaking - Sahil, Sharma, MAGNA Engineering, AB, Canada

Albany GA’s decision analysis systems approach to eliminate combined sewer overflows - Joseph Threadcraft, TEI Engineering, NC, USA, K. Bruce Maples, Stacey Rowe, Jeffrey Hughes, City of Albany, GA, USA, Brian Jackson, Harrell and Jackson, Inc., GA, USA Nandana Perera, Hailiang Shen and Mike Gregor, CHI, ON, Canada

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