PANDa rainfall model

The atlas is a local and up-to-date rainfall model (design rainfall intensity model) for urban areas, which can be the basis for appropriate designing of rainwater drainage systems and which can provide data for hydrological models and hydrodynamic system of dewatering of urban areas. The atlas can also serve as a basis for preparing a concept plan of rainwater removal from urban areas using water retention systems and reusing some of it in-situ.

The fundament for each model in up-to-date precipitation data from the last 30 years collected by rain gauges meeting the country’s measurement standards.

 

 

Benefits:

  • an up-to-date model that uses actual data from the past 30 years
  • reliable data source for designing and modelling the operation of dewatering systems in urban areas

 

Potential users:

  • Towns, cities and municipalities
  • Water supply
  • Road and Greenery Management Authorities
  • Industry
  • Roads and car parks
  • Transport
  • Design offices

 

Completed projects:

  • Design rainfall intensity model for the need of urban hydrology of the city of Bydgoszcz
  • Design rainfall intensity model for the need of urban hydrology of the city of Gliwice
  • Design rainfall intensity model for the need of urban hydrology of the city of Poznań
  • Design rainfall intensity model for the need of urban hydrology of the city of Rumia
  • Design rainfall intensity model for the need of urban hydrology of the city of Słupsk