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Course: HYDROLOGY 4500, Fall 2009
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7.1 Given Problem the rst seven observations of drainage area, X1 , and 10-yr peak discharge, Y , we estimate the power equation to be: 0.2969 Y = 2311.5 X1 Problem 7.31 A 3.9 7.1 8.9 C 0.40 0.55 0.30 L (ft) 600 720 tc 5 6 7 i 10 9.5 9 qp 15.6 37.1 24.0 tt (min) 5 4.8 total 15.6 52.7 76.7 And the predictions and errors for observations 8 12 are: Station 8 9 10 11 12 Prediction 9,406 6,642 10,271 10,149 10,467...

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7.1 Given Problem the rst seven observations of drainage area, X1 , and 10-yr peak discharge, Y , we estimate the power equation to be: 0.2969 Y = 2311.5 X1 Problem 7.31 A 3.9 7.1 8.9 C 0.40 0.55 0.30 L (ft) 600 720 tc 5 6 7 i 10 9.5 9 qp 15.6 37.1 24.0 tt (min) 5 4.8 total 15.6 52.7 76.7 And the predictions and errors for observations 8 12 are: Station 8 9 10 11 12 Prediction 9,406 6,642 10,271 10,149 10,467 Error -8,806 -6,182 -7,921 -6,049 -5,667 V (ft/s) 2 2.5 These predictions are very poor. Problem 7.12 I would not expect the equations to provide adequate predictions in other areas because many other important are factors not included, such as soil types, types of engineering design structures present, etc. Problem 7.21 Terms: qp : Peak discharge i: Precipitation intensity tc : Time of concentration Vq : Volume of runo Vr : Volume of precipitation C: Runo constant Problem 7.43 P = 4.5 CN = 79 for lawns, open space, fair, SG = C CN = 85 for half-acre lots, ...

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