|Title:||Application of pumping operation models for a drainage system||Authors:||Chih-Chiang Wei||Issue Date:||Dec-2012||Source:||Wei, Chih Chiang. “Application of Pumping Operation Models for a Drainage System.” Applied Mechanics and Materials, vol. 256–259, Trans Tech Publications, Ltd., Dec. 2012, pp. 2416–2419. Crossref, doi:10.4028/www.scientific.net/amm.256-259.2416.||Journal Volume:||256-259||Start page/Pages:||2416-2419||Source:||Applied Mechanics and Materials||Abstract:||
A pumping operation model has been developed in urban areas caused by the storm runoff. The Chung-Kong pumping station in New Taipei City is used as a case study, where storm and operating records are used to train and verify the model’s performance. Historical records contain information of rainfall amounts, inner water levels, and pump and gate operating records in torrential rain events. The results show that the case with lag time of 15 min gives the better forecasted pumping discharge than other cases. The proposed predicting pumping model successfully addresses the problems of forecasted pumping discharge.
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