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Title: Trends in studying urban runoff: a retrospective analysis
Authors: Moskovkin, V. M.
Serkina, O. V.
Lesovik, R. V.
Mitrokhin, A. A.
Dobrydina, I. M.
Keywords: science
balance equation
continuous simulation models
peak discharges
rational method
surface runoff coefficient
urban surface runoff
Issue Date: 2018
Citation: Trends in studying urban runoff: a retrospective analysis / V.M. Moskovkin [и др.] // Amazonia Investiga. - 2018. - Vol.7, N14.-P. 228-239.
Abstract: The paper is a retrospective analysis of trends in quantitative empirical and theoretical studies of urban surface runoff from the mid-19th century to the early 90s of the 20th century, when the largest Soviet scientific school for such studies in the city of Kharkov was dissolved. As shown in the paper, the calculation methods for estimating peak discharges of urban surface runoff can be traced back to a pioneering work by T.J. Mulvaney (1850), which laid the foundation for the “rational method”. Later this method was developed in the works by E.Kuichling (1889) and D.E.Lloyd-Davies (1906)
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