Blue-Green Systems Launches in Palermo, Italy
Co-Editor in Chief, Ana Deletic, announced the launch of our new Open Access journal to over 300 delegates at the opening ceremony of the 11th International Conference on Urban Drainage Modelling in Palermo, Sicily.
Blue-Green Systems Launches at IWA World Water Congress in Tokyo, Japan
We are thrilled to have celebrated the launch of our latest Open Access journal, Blue-Green Systems at the IWA World Water Congress in Tokyo, Japan this Wednesday, 19 September, 2018.
Blue-Green Systems: launching in 3 cities across the globe!
We are thrilled to be launching our latest IWA Publishing journal, Blue-Green Systems in 3 major cities across the globe in the next 3 weeks: Xi'An, China; Tokyo, Japan; Palermo, Italy.
H2Open Journal welcomes new Editor in Chief
H2Open Journal, IWA Publishing's fully Open Access journal is pleased to welcome Ashok Chapagain to its team of Editors-in-Chief.
IWA Development Congress - Open Access Waiver Competition
In honor of this year's IWA Development Congress in Buenos Aires, we gave delegates the chance to win a 100% fee waiver to publish their paper Open Access in any one of our 12 IWA Journals.
Real-Time Control of Urban Drainage Systems: The state-of-the-art
Scientific and Technical Reports No. 2
The planning, design and operation of urban drainage systems (UDS) is a domain of civil engineers. Whereas technical progress in planning and design was strongly stim ulated by research and development, the operational problems have received comparatively little attention. Since an increasing num ber of UDS are equipped with sensors and data collection systems, knowledge is being gained of actual operational performance. Appropriate control systems (i.e. hardware) and control strategies (i.e. software) are being developed in order to use the existing systems better and to increase UDS performance to the maximum. In 1986 the IAWPRC/IAHR Joint Committee on Urban Storm Drainage commissioned a group of engineers and scientists to study the technical developments in the field of realtime control of urban drainage systems (RTCUDS). Initially the task group focused on the compilation of the present knowledge on RTCUDS. The result is this state-of-the-art report. It is planned to keep the report up-to-date and, ultimately, extend it so that it can be used as a RTCUDS planning, design and operations handbook.