Method for optimizing size and location of urban detention storage.

A. C. Flores, P. B. Bedient, Larry Mays

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Abstract

A method was developed for determining the minimum cost sizes and locations of detention storage in urban watersheds. DBOPTE, an optimization model based on dynamic programming, was developed to optimize the size and location of detention storage. The method was applied to a 10 square mile hypothetical watershed for the Houston, Texas area. Different watershed shapes, land uses, flood frequencies, and drainage types were analysed for this application. (from authors' abstract)

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherKentucky Univ
Edition(ed.), Lexington, U.S.A., Kentucky Univ., 1982, Session IX-A,...
ISBN (Print)0897790480, 9780897790482
StatePublished - Jan 1 1982
Externally publishedYes

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Watersheds
Dynamic programming
Land use
Drainage
Costs

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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Flores, A. C., Bedient, P. B., & Mays, L. (1982). Method for optimizing size and location of urban detention storage. In Unknown Host Publication Title ((ed.), Lexington, U.S.A., Kentucky Univ., 1982, Session IX-A,... ed.). Kentucky Univ.

Method for optimizing size and location of urban detention storage. / Flores, A. C.; Bedient, P. B.; Mays, Larry.

Unknown Host Publication Title. (ed.), Lexington, U.S.A., Kentucky Univ., 1982, Session IX-A,... ed. Kentucky Univ, 1982.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Flores, AC, Bedient, PB & Mays, L 1982, Method for optimizing size and location of urban detention storage. in Unknown Host Publication Title. (ed.), Lexington, U.S.A., Kentucky Univ., 1982, Session IX-A,... edn, Kentucky Univ.
Flores AC, Bedient PB, Mays L. Method for optimizing size and location of urban detention storage. In Unknown Host Publication Title. (ed.), Lexington, U.S.A., Kentucky Univ., 1982, Session IX-A,... ed. Kentucky Univ. 1982
Flores, A. C. ; Bedient, P. B. ; Mays, Larry. / Method for optimizing size and location of urban detention storage. Unknown Host Publication Title. (ed.), Lexington, U.S.A., Kentucky Univ., 1982, Session IX-A,... ed. Kentucky Univ, 1982.
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