Runoff, Computer programs, Urban runoff, Watershed management, Data processing
The Stormwater Management and Design Aid (SMADA) is a computer model formulated to assess stormwater runoff quantity and quality. Applicable theory is reviewed to introduce a discussion of the modeling methodology. A pre- vs. post-development design objective can be incorporated to evaluate runoff quantity and quality for single or multiple land use watershed. Detention and retention facilities are considered and conveyance systems for runoff transmission can be sized. Initial design assessments and consistent design review and evaluation are possible. SMADA is written in the BASIC language and is executed in the interactive mode. No computer cards are required and data input is quite self-explanatory. The model is easily adaptable to table-top mini-computers.
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Wanielista, Martin P.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
v, 42 pages
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Runoff -- Computer programs, Urban runoff -- Computer programs, Watershed management -- Computer programs, Watershed management -- Data processing
Curran, Timothy M., "SMADA: Stormwater Management and Design Aid" (1980). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 476.