Lecture 19 - Water Resources Engineering g g - Lecture 19...

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Water Resources Engineering - Lecture 19 repared by T Wagener & P Reed 1 Prepared by T. Wagener & P. Reed Penn State University
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Hydrologic Processes 2
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Reservoir and treamflow Routing apidan River] Streamflow Routing 3 [Rapidan River]
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ontent Content outing 1. Routing 2. Hydrologic Reservoir Routing Level pool routing 3. Hydrologic River Routing Muskingum method 4. [Hydraulic (Distributed) Routing] 4
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Routing 5
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outing Routing Flow routing is the procedure to determine the time and magnitude of flow at a point on a watercourse from known or assumed hydrographs at one or more points upstream. 6
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ydrologic (Lumped) Routing Hydrologic (Lumped) Routing I(t) dS t Q t =− he continuity equation (above) ( ) ( ) It dt The continuity equation (above) describes the relationship between input I, output Q and storage S as functions of time. S(t) Even if we measure I, we still need a second equation to tell us how Q nd S are related i e we need a Q(t) and S are related, i.e. we need a storage function, = 7 S f ( Q )
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Hydrologic Reservoir Routing 8
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ydrologic Reservoir Routing Hydrologic Reservoir Routing Reservoirs are an effective tool in flood control because of their large storage capacity.
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2008 for the course C E 361 taught by Professor Reed,patrickmichwalters,geoffrey during the Spring '07 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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