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Title: Computer-aided catchment-calibration model
Authors: Liong, S.-Y. 
Ibrahim, Y. 
Chan, W.T. 
Law, C.L.
Issue Date: 1993
Citation: Liong, S.-Y., Ibrahim, Y., Chan, W.T., Law, C.L. (1993). Computer-aided catchment-calibration model. Advances in Engineering Software 17 (3) : 147-154. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: A new version of a computer-aided catchment model, KBSWMM (Version 2), is presented and discussed. The model essentially contains the following features: (i) preprocessors for the Runoff and Extran blocks of the widely used Storm Water Management Model, SWMM. These preprocessors are developed on X Window system, X11; (ii) flow-routing components of the Runoff and Extran blocks; (iii) a probablistic-based catchment calibration model; and (iv) a postprocessor to display the computational results in both text and graphical forms. The application of KBSWMM is demonstrated on a catchment in Singapore. The data entry of KBSWMM is very user-friendly, the built-in automatic catchment-calibration process requires minimal effort to achieve the optimum set of values for the calibration parameters, and the computational results are presented in self-explanatory graphical forms. © 1993.
Source Title: Advances in Engineering Software
ISSN: 09659978
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