WINSLAMM - Source Loading and Management Model for Windows

 

WINSLAMM Documentation
 

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Chapter 1. The Source Loading and Management Model (SLAMM)
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Chapter 2. The Integration of Water Quality and Drainage Design Objetives
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Chapter 3. Sources of Stormwater Pollutants, Including Pollutant Buildup and Washoff
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Chapter 4. Stormwater Quality Controls in SLAMM.
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Chapter 5. Using SLAMM
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Medium Density Residential Area Biofiltration: Example
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SLAMM, The Source Loading and Management Model
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WinSLAMM PRESENTATIONS
1. Introduction to WinSLAMM
Presentation 1a. Introducing WinSLAMM v10 Features. Using WinSLAMM for Effective Stormwater Management. Penn State Great Valley. March 13, 2012
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Presentation 1b. WinSLAMM v10 Introduction.
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2. WinSLAMM Basics
Presentation 2a. WinSLAMM v10 Theory and Practice. Meeting Urban Stormwater Management Goals. Baltimore, MD. April 23 - 24, 2012.
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Presentation 2b. WinSLAMM v10 Calibration and Verification. Using WinSLAMM for Effective Stormwater Management. Penn State Great Valley. March 13, 2012.
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Presentation 2c. WinSLAMM v10 Building a Basic "No Controls" Model. Using WinSLAMM for Effective Stormwater Management. Penn State Great Valley. March 13, 2012.
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Presentation 2d. WinSLAMM Batch Editor. UW EPD WinSLAMM Training. April 19 - 20, 2010.
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Presentation 2e. WinSLAMM v9.4 Control Practice Cost Analysis/Batch Editor. Metro Conservation Districts. July 13 - 14, 2010.
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3. Stormwater Controls in WinSLAMM
Presentation 3a. WinSLAMM v10 Site Design with Infiltration Practices. Meeting Urban Stormwater Management Goals. Baltimore, MD. April 23 - 24, 2012.
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Presentation 3b. WinSLAMM v10 Site Design with Settling Practices. Meeting Urban Stormwater Management Goals. Baltimore, MD. April 23 - 24, 2012.
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Presentation 3c. WinSLAMM v10 Bioinfiltration and Evapotranspiration Controls. Using WinSLAMM for Effective Stormwater Management. Penn State Great Valley. March 13, 2012.
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Presentation 3d. WinSLAMM v10 Grass Swales and Grass Filters. Using WinSLAMM for Effective Stormwater Management. Penn State Great Valley. March 13, 2012.
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Presentation 3e. WinSLAMM v10 Porous Pavement. Using WinSLAMM for Effective Stormwater Management. Penn State Great Valley. March 13, 2012.
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Presentation 3f. WinSLAMM v9.4 Wet Detention Ponds. Using WinSLAMM to Meet TMDL, LID, and MS4 Stormwater Requirements. UW EPD. Pyle Center, Madison, WI. April 26-27, 2011.
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Presentation 3g. WinSLAMM v9.4 Catchbasins/Hydrodynamic Devices. Using WinSLAMM to Meet TMDL, LID, and MS4 Stormwater Requirements. UW EPD. Pyle Center, Madison, WI. April 26-27, 2011.
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Presentation 3h. Role of Street Sweeping in Stormwater Management. Metro Conservation Districts. July 13, 2010.
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4. WinSLAMM Case Studies
Presentation 4a. Case Studies in Green Infrastructure and some Comments on Toxicant Control in Critical Source Areas.
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Presentation 4b. Millburn, NJ, Case Study and Workshop Problem for Stormwater Beneficial Uses and Alternatives. Using WinSLAMM for Effective Stormwater Management. Penn State Great Valley. March 13, 2012.
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Presentation 4c. WinSLAMM Support for Green Infrastructure in Combined Sewer Areas: Kansas City, EPA National Demonstration Project. Workshop presentation. San Antonio, TX, August 2, 2010.
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5. WinSLAMM Workshop Problems
Presentation 5a. Using WinSLAMM for Stormwater Retrofit in Urban Environments. StormCon 2011. Anaheim, CA, August 22, 2011.
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Presentation 5b. Modeling Urban Retrofits for City of Santa Monica, CA.
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Presentation 5c. Study Area Land Use. Medium Density Housing, Wilshire Drainage Area. Santa Monica, CA.
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Presentation 5d. Study Area Land Use. Wilshire Drainage Area. Santa Monica, CA.
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Presentation 5e. Residential Area Stormwater Analyses. Millburn, NJ.
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