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Ataur Rahman
Ataur Rahman
Professor, Water and Environmental Engineering, Western Sydney University, Australia
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Urban rainwater harvesting systems: Research, implementation and future perspectives
A Campisano, D Butler, S Ward, MJ Burns, E Friedler, K DeBusk, ...
Water research 115, 195-209, 2017
6752017
Rainwater harvesting in Greater Sydney: Water savings, reliability and economic benefits
A Rahman, J Keane, MA Imteaz
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 61, 16-21, 2012
3172012
Rainwater tanks in multi-unit buildings: A case study for three Australian cities
E Eroksuz, A Rahman
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 54 (12), 1449-1452, 2010
2532010
Optimisation of rainwater tank design from large roofs: A case study in Melbourne, Australia
MA Imteaz, A Shanableh, A Rahman, A Ahsan
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 55 (11), 1022-1029, 2011
2492011
Monte Carlo simulation of flood frequency curves from rainfall
A Rahman, PE Weinmann, TMT Hoang, EM Laurenson
Journal of Hydrology 256 (3-4), 196-210, 2002
2322002
Parameters affecting the performance of a low cost solar still
A Ahsan, M Imteaz, UA Thomas, M Azmi, A Rahman, NNN Daud
Applied energy 114, 924-930, 2014
2052014
Evaluating the non-stationarity of Australian annual maximum flood
EH Ishak, A Rahman, S Westra, A Sharma, G Kuczera
Journal of Hydrology 494, 134-145, 2013
2002013
Economic analysis and feasibility of rainwater harvesting systems in urban and peri-urban environments: A review of the global situation with a special focus on Australia and Kenya
C Christian Amos, A Rahman, J Mwangi Gathenya
Water 8 (4), 149, 2016
1882016
Regional flood frequency analysis in eastern Australia: Bayesian GLS regression-based methods within fixed region and ROI framework–Quantile Regression vs. Parameter Regression …
K Haddad, A Rahman
Journal of Hydrology 430, 142-161, 2012
1762012
Evaluation of climate change impacts on rainwater harvesting
MM Haque, A Rahman, B Samali
Journal of Cleaner Production 137, 60-69, 2016
1692016
A study on selection of probability distributions for at-site flood frequency analysis in Australia
AS Rahman, A Rahman, MA Zaman, K Haddad, A Ahsan, M Imteaz
Natural hazards 69, 1803-1813, 2013
1672013
Reliability analysis of rainwater tanks in Melbourne using daily water balance model
MA Imteaz, A Ahsan, J Naser, A Rahman
Resources, conservation and recycling 56 (1), 80-86, 2011
1652011
Human Health Risks and Socio-Economic Perspectives of Arsenic Exposure in Bangladesh: A Scoping Review
MA Rahman, A Rahman, MZ Khan, AMN Renzaho
Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 150, 335-343, 2018
1622018
Application of artificial neural networks in regional flood frequency analysis: a case study for Australia
K Aziz, A Rahman, G Fang, S Shrestha
Stochastic environmental research and risk assessment 28, 541-554, 2014
1482014
Design, fabrication and performance analysis of an improved solar still
A Ahsan, M Imteaz, A Rahman, B Yusuf, T Fukuhara
Desalination 292, 105-112, 2012
1452012
Selection of the best fit flood frequency distribution and parameter estimation procedure: a case study for Tasmania in Australia
K Haddad, A Rahman
Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment 25, 415-428, 2011
1432011
Impact of land cover changes on land surface temperature and human thermal comfort in Dhaka city of Bangladesh
HM Imran, A Hossain, AKMS Islam, A Rahman, MAE Bhuiyan, S Paul, ...
Earth Systems and Environment 5, 667-693, 2021
1392021
Regional flood frequency analysis in arid regions: A case study for Australia
MA Zaman, A Rahman, K Haddad
Journal of Hydrology 475, 74-83, 2012
1322012
Suitability of roof harvested rainwater for potential potable water production: A scoping review
MA Alim, A Rahman, Z Tao, B Samali, MM Khan, S Shirin
Journal of cleaner production 248, 119226, 2020
1312020
Reliability and cost analysis of a rainwater harvesting system in peri-urban regions of Greater Sydney, Australia
E Hajani, A Rahman
Water 6 (4), 945-960, 2014
1112014
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