Automated calibration of the EPA-SWMM model for a small suburban catchment using PEST: a case study

@article{Perin2020AutomatedCO,
  title={Automated calibration of the EPA-SWMM model for a small suburban catchment using PEST: a case study},
  author={R. Perin and Matteo Trigatti and M. Nicolini and M. Campolo and D. Goi},
  journal={Environmental Monitoring and Assessment},
  year={2020},
  volume={192},
  pages={1-17}
}
Rainfall-runoff models must be calibrated and validated before they can be used for urban stormwater management. Manual calibration is very difficult and time-consuming due to the large number of model parameters that must be estimated concurrently. Automatic calibration offers as a promising alternative, ideally supporting a user-independent and time-efficient approach to model parameters estimation. In this article, we test the use of a state-of-the-art standard package (PEST, Parameter… Expand
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