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Modeling is a tool that can be used to understand and evaluate complex processes. Some kind of stormwater model is needed whenever an estimate of the expected volume, rate, or quality of stormwater is desired. Modeling is also often necessary for the design of BMPs and hydraulic structures and for evaluation of the effectiveness of water quality treatment by BMPs.

This page (Category) provides links to tables that provide information on models, modeling, examples and case studies involving models, and parameters used for modeling.

The following 40 pages are in this category, out of 40 total.

- Classification of models by model type
- Comparison of precipitation totals from TP-40, Bulletin 71, and Atlas 14
- Cumulative percent storm rainfall Atlas 14
- Cumulative percent storm rainfall Bulletin 71
- Curve number for Use with pre-settlement conditions
- Curve numbers for antecedent mositure condition 2

- Met Council and Manual land use categories
- MIDS Calculator BMP summary
- MIDS Calculator land cover summary
- MIDS Calculator stormwater pond design level criteria related to pond volume
- MPCA Simple Estimator default BMP parameter assumptions
- MPCA Simple Estimator runoff coefficient and pollutant event mean concentration (EMC) values
- MPCA Simple Estimator: Rv, TSS EMC, and TP EMC Values for Land Use Types

This page was last edited on 6 December 2022, at 14:09.