Peter Marcus Bach
Peter Marcus Bach
Monash University / Eawag (ETH Zurich)
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A critical review of integrated urban water modelling–Urban drainage and beyond
PM Bach, W Rauch, PS Mikkelsen, DT Mccarthy, A Deletic
Environmental modelling & software 54, 88-107, 2014
1822014
Technological advances and applications of geothermal energy pile foundations and their feasibility in Australia
M De Moel, PM Bach, A Bouazza, RM Singh, JLO Sun
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 14 (9), 2683-2696, 2010
1182010
Redefining the stormwater first flush phenomenon
PM Bach, DT McCarthy, A Deletic
Water research 44 (8), 2487-2498, 2010
1052010
A planning algorithm for quantifying decentralised water management opportunities in urban environments
PM Bach, DT McCarthy, C Urich, R Sitzenfrei, M Kleidorfer, W Rauch, ...
Water science and technology 68 (8), 1857-1865, 2013
322013
Modelling cities and water infrastructure dynamics
C Urich, PM Bach, R Sitzenfrei, M Kleidorfer, DT McCarthy, A Deletic, ...
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-Engineering Sustainability …, 2013
302013
Stormwater pollutant runoff: A stochastic approach
E Daly, PM Bach, A Deletic
Advances in water resources 74, 148-155, 2014
272014
Framing water sensitive urban design as part of the urban form: A critical review of tools for best planning practice
M Kuller, PM Bach, D Ramirez-Lovering, A Deletic
Environmental modelling & software 96, 265-282, 2017
262017
Modelling interactions between lot-scale decentralised water infrastructure and urban form–a case study on infiltration systems
PM Bach, A Deletic, C Urich, R Sitzenfrei, M Kleidorfer, W Rauch, ...
Water resources management 27 (14), 4845-4863, 2013
262013
Dynamics of cities and water infrastructure in the DAnCE4Water model
C Urich, PM Bach, C Hellbach, R Sitzenfrei, M Kleidorfer, DT McCarthy, ...
Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Urban Drainage, Porto …, 2011
252011
Modelling transitions in urban water systems
W Rauch, C Urich, PM Bach, BC Rogers, FJ de Haan, RR Brown, M Mair, ...
Water research 126, 501-514, 2017
232017
Revisiting land use classification and spatial aggregation for modelling integrated urban water systems
PM Bach, S Staalesen, DT McCarthy, A Deletic
Landscape and Urban Planning 143, 43-55, 2015
202015
A rapid urban flood inundation and damage assessment model
B Jamali, R Löwe, PM Bach, C Urich, K Arnbjerg-Nielsen, A Deletic
Journal of hydrology 564, 1085-1098, 2018
182018
Can we model the implementation of water sensitive urban design in evolving cities?
PM Bach, DT Mccarthy, A Deletic
Water Science and Technology 71 (1), 149-156, 2014
142014
Modelling transitions in urban drainage management
W Rauch, PM Bach, R Brown, A Deletic, B Ferguson, J De Haan, ...
Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Urban Drainage Modelling, 2012
132012
The development of a novel approach for assessment of the first flush in urban stormwater discharges
PM Bach, DT McCarthy, A Deletic
Water Science and Technology 61 (10), 2681-2688, 2010
132010
Characterising a city for integrated performance assessment of water infrastructure in the DAnCE4Water model
PM Bach, C Urich, DT McCarthy, R Sitzenfrei, M Kleidorfer, W Rauch, ...
Proceedings of the 12nd International Conference on Urban Drainage, Porto …, 2011
112011
What drives the location choice for water sensitive infrastructure in Melbourne, Australia?
M Kuller, PM Bach, D Ramirez-Lovering, A Deletic
Landscape and urban planning 175, 92-101, 2018
92018
Modelling characteristics of the urban form to support water systems planning
PM Bach, A Deletic, C Urich, DT McCarthy
Environmental Modelling & Software 104, 249-269, 2018
92018
Impact of hybrid water supply on the centralised water system
R Sitzenfrei, J Zischg, M Sitzmann, P Bach
Water 9 (11), 855, 2017
92017
UrbanBEATS – A Virtual Urban Water System Tool for Exploring Strategic Planning Scenarios
PM Bach
PhD thesis, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, 2014
82014
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