Estimation of storm runoff loads based on rainfall-related variables and power law models – Case study in Alexandra

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This paper compares the use of simple regression equations of three commonly used pollutant build-up and wash-off functions, namely linear, power and exponential functions, to estimate event pollutant loads. The comparative study indicated that, event loads are better estimated as power functions of storm-related independent variables. On the notion that… (More)

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@inproceedings{OwusuAsante2004EstimationOS, title={Estimation of storm runoff loads based on rainfall-related variables and power law models – Case study in Alexandra}, author={Yaw Owusu-Asante and David B. Stephenson}, year={2004} }