Retrofitting a Detention Facility for Improved Quantity Controlby Stuart G. Walesh, Valparaiso Univ, Valparaiso, United States,
Abstract: Historically, detention facilities in the U.S. were first designed, constructed and operated for the single purpose of flood control. This led to a second phase, in which recreation and aesthetic features were also designed into new facilities, and a third phase, in which water quality features were included. Some of the early single-purpose flood control facilities could be retrofitted to improve flood control performance and serve other purposes. A procedure for retrofitting a detention facility for improved quantity control is presented.
Subject Headings: Recreational facilities | Water-based recreation | Water quality | Rehabilitation | Floods | Hydraulic design | Aesthetics
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