Fast, simultaneous simulation of the integrated urban wastewater system using mechanistic surrogate models.

@article{Meirlaen2001FastSS,
  title={Fast, simultaneous simulation of the integrated urban wastewater system using mechanistic surrogate models.},
  author={Jurgen Meirlaen and Bruno Huyghebaert and F Sforzi and Lorenzo Benedetti and Peter. Vanrolleghem},
  journal={Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research},
  year={2001},
  volume={43 7},
  pages={301-9}
}
The urban wastewater system components (sewer, treatment plant, and river) are often modelled using complex mechanistic models. Mechanistic surrogate models are introduced here as simplified models that still contain some physical knowledge. Surrogate models are faster, but are less but still sufficiently accurate, and require more data to be calibrated. The possibilities of replacing actual field data by virtual data generated with a complex mechanistic model for calibration of the surrogate… CONTINUE READING

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