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Real-time control of sewer systems using turbidity measurements

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Real-time control (RTC) of urban drainage systems has been proven useful as a means to reduce pollution by combined sewer overflow discharges. So far, RTC has been investigated mainly with a sole focus on water quantity aspects. However, as measurement techniques for pollution of wastewater are advancing, pollution-based RTC might be of increasing interest. For example, turbidity data sets from an extensive measurement programme in two Paris catchments allow a detailed investigation of the benefits of using pollution-based data for RTC. This paper exemplifies this, comparing pollution-based RTC with flow-based RTC. Results suggest that pollution-based RTC indeed has some potential, particularly when measurements of water-quality characteristics are readily available.

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hal-00711223 , version 1 (22-06-2012)

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C. Lacour, M. Schuetze. Real-time control of sewer systems using turbidity measurements. Water Science and Technology, 2011, 63 (11), pp.2628--2632. ⟨10.2166/wst.2011.159⟩. ⟨hal-00711223⟩
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