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Modeling Sewer Overflow of a City with a Large Floating Population

The sewer system of many historical or holy cities is not well associated with the present need. The managing of the sewer system of such cities is very difficult. Karbala, located in central Iraq, is one such city that experiences tremendous pressure on its sewer system due to large visiting population during special religious gathering. As the sewer system of Karbala city is not designed for such high population like many other historic or holy cities, the sewer overflows, inundate the roads, and degrade the environmental due to the polluted sewer during religious gatherings. The problem often becomes critical due to heavy rainfall as the gathering usually happens during monsoon.

Citation: Obaid HA, Shamsuddin S, Basim KN, Shreeshivadasan C (2014) Modeling Sewer Overflow of a City with a Large Floating Population. HydrolCurrent Res 5:171.

 
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