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Discover new research projects on OPEN SWMM site

Discover these recently posted research projects when you visit the OPEN SWMM site:

“Best Practices for LID Modeling (Curb Cuts, Infiltration/Bioretention Basins, etc.)”

Daniel Phillips, Texas Tech University

“Hydrologic and Hydraulic Invariance in a Peri-urban Catchment”

Susana Viñes, Catholic University of Argentina

Juan Cuerda Romero, Catholic University of Argentina

“Scenario-based Projections of Future Urban Floods by Means of a Hydrodynamic Model:

a Case Study in São Caetano Do Sul (SP)”

Elton Escobar, Brazil’s National Institute for Space Research

Dr. Cláudia Maria de Almeida, Brazil’s National Institute for Space Research

Visit the website to announce your project and engage the community in your research.

Expand your knowledge of SWMM with the people who know it best: its users, developers, and innovators.