@Article{RN315, Author = {Fischer, A. and Rouault, P. and Kroll, S. and Van Assel, J. and Pawlowsky-Reusing, E.}, Journal = {Urban Water Journal}, Number = {6}, Pages = {457-470}, Title = {Possibilities of sewer model simplifications}, Volume = {6}, Year = {2009}, Abstract = {With increased computer performance and data-processing functionalities, there has been a tendency in the last few years to apply detailed hydrodynamic sewer modelling for long-term simulations, with long time series of rainfall. Although this is now fairly realistic for small networks, there is still a clear limit as to what can be done in the case of running bigger models for a long time, which need a lot more computational effort. Therefore, the idea has grown to investigate the possibilities of hybrid sewer modelling, a combination of conceptual and mechanistic modelling approaches to combine the advantages of both models, the speed of conceptual models and the accuracy of mechanistic models. Suggestions for hybrid model simplifications are presented in this paper within their application for two case studies.}, Project = {eva}, En_type = {Journal Article}, Access = {public}, Doi = {10.1080/15730620903038453}, en_id = {315} }