Computer-Aided Wastewater Master Planning

by Michael Metts, Phoenix Gateway Cent, United States,
Wallace A. Ambrose, Phoenix Gateway Cent, United States,
Michael B. Holloway, Phoenix Gateway Cent, United States,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Critical Water Issues and Computer Applications

Abstract: Computerized wastewater collection system modeling is a tool now used by city planners and engineers to efficiently and accurately analyze present and future conditions. Once a model has been developed, it can be easily updated, saving money in planning and capital improvement costs. Greeley and Hansen has assisted municipalities in the development and implementation of computer-aided master plans for the past seven years. Five case studies in Arizona are discussed. With the aid of the computer models, each of these master plans are dynamic, able to be updated as the rapid Southwest growth dictates.

Subject Headings: Computer aided operations | Computer models | Wastewater management | Model accuracy | Dynamic models | Hydraulic models | Simulation models | Case studies | Arizona | North America | United States

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